| Robert -- you know why I love grassroots organizing? |
Because you can actually see the impact you're making.
That's never been more true than it is with Obamacare. OFA volunteers were on the front lines of helping people get covered last enrollment period. We gave it everything we had, and thanks in part to grassroots organizers, a stunning 10.3 million fewer Americans are uninsured today.
We're getting ready to do it again -- OFA is planning to go all in for Obamacare enrollment this fall, but we can't do it without you. We still need 3 more folks from Yorktown to step up.
Please do one of these two things right now:
1.) Make a pledge to volunteer your time for Obamacare in the weeks ahead.On an issue like health care, you and I aren't here to win a political debate.
From the beginning, this has been about helping our friends and neighbors get access to affordable health care, so they can have the peace of mind that comes along with knowing their family is covered.
That's why this fight for change isn't some remote concept for people like us.
It's real. What you do will make a difference in someone's life.
We've always built this movement by relying on supporters like you to do what you can, when you can -- a little of your time here, a grassroots donation there.
On Saturday, our plans are set. Help make this work.
Pledge to get out there and volunteer for Obamacare today:
Or, chip in $5 or more to support this work -- and get your donation matched:
Thank you for all that you do,
National Organizing Director
Organizing for Action
Contributions or gifts to Organizing for Action are not tax deductible.
This email was sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, November 13, 2014
Can you do one of these two things, Robert?
at 3:09 PM