League of Women Voters of the City of New York
4 West 43rd Street, Suite 615
New York, NY 10036
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The League of Women Voters of the City of New York has trained, non-partisan League representatives who provide guidance on voting and advocacy.
Through unbiased presentations, League members reach out to citizens to participate in elections. They touch upon information on ballot measures, the importance of voting, government policies, and have broad conversations about other topics such as:
- Campaign Finance Reform
- Environmental Action
- Affordable Housing
- Women’s Issues
Presentations last for 45 minutes to an hour, allowing time for speakers to discuss issues and answer questions.
Speakers are available for appearances up to five weeks before election day. Available weekdays and weekends.
League representatives travel throughout all five boroughs.
Groups of 15 or more are eligible to take advantage of these informative discussions. Groups of fewer than 15 people are welcome to attend a presentation with another group.
Introductions to advocacy can be designed for first-time voters. Clear instructions of locations and directions are essential for League speakers to attend events easily and timely.
An Honorarium fee for speakers of $25 for non-profits and $100 for businesses is highly recommended. Contributions to the LWVNYC help cover costs of supplies for voter and civic education activities such as brochures and travel expenses.
The support provided by donations goes to the League’s work in conserving, protecting and defending the country. All donations benefit the League and the members, and help to widen the impact of volunteers to inform and empower voters to make democracy work.