Climate Strike - How To Help
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Want to help make the PDX Climate Strike amazing? You're in the right place!

On Sept 20 the youth of Portland, along with a large coalition of adult organizations including 350PDX, are holding a massive strike rally outside City Hall, followed by a march across the Hawthorne Bridge, and finishing at an all day Climate Festival on the Eastbank Esplanade by OMSI.

But to make that happen in the short time we have, we need your help!!

On this page you will find all the needs, tasks, and opportunities for you to plug in and help make this day powerful. Thank you for joining us!
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Our two most needed needs!
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1. Donate!Invest in this youth-led strike by donating for flyers, banners, logistics, speakers, etc. This is much needed at this late stage!Link to donateashley@350pdx.org
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2. Volunteer on the dayLots of different roles, check them out on the form here.Link to volunteerchris@350pdx.org
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OutreachTo learn more / help out, contact:
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Print flyers and postersWe are running out of flyers faster than we can print them. A great donation to the climate strike right now is printing posters and flyers for people to distribute. Chris can help you with this!See printable flyers and posters herechris@350pdx.org
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Distribute flyers and postersWe need thousands of people to hear about the Strike, and handing out flyers and putting up posters is one of the most effective ways of doing that. See our Outreach Guide here--->PDX Climate Strike Outreach Guidechris@350pdx.org
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Make banners and big signs for bridges and busy locationsSaying something like 'Climate Strike Sept 20 - Follow The Youth' or similarchris@350pdx.org
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MarchTo learn more / help out, contact:
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Chant coordinatorsWill come up with chants, run them by youth organizing team, and produce chant sheets, recruit chant leaders, get megaphones and portable sound equipmentmisha@350pdx.org
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MusicWill reach out to brass bands, drummers etc. to make the march fun and musical! Examples - Unpresidented Brass Bandmisha@350pdx.org
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Climate FestivalTo learn more / help out, contact:
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TentsSmall 10x10 ones, 20x20 ones, and bigger onessarah.lou.carlberg@gmail.com
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Comfort CaptainsThe venue has a gravel floor, not ideal for sitting on the ground doing trainings. We need solutions for this! Whether it's chairs, cushions, or some more comfortable floor materialsarah.lou.carlberg@gmail.com
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Tables and Chairs
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Food TrucksPreferably eco / veggie / vegan places who would sell stuff for cheap / freesarah.lou.carlberg@gmail.com
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Site MapGraphic design skills to make a map of the festival site for people to navigate around - this person will work closely with Sarah (logistics lead)sarah.lou.carlberg@gmail.com
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Postcards TentNeed folks to help with this Action Station -- 'Write a postcard to yourself expressing how you feel in this moment - and we'll send it to you in a few weeks to remind you and keep you in that feeling so you can take action!'chris@350pdx.org
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Kids AreaGot kids? Got access to fun things for kids to do? We need you! It'll be a long day for parents and a good kids area will be so helpfulkaty@350pdx.org
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FacepaintersTo go in the kids area, or for adults too!chris@350pdx.org
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