These volunteers took YOUR names to politicians’ offices
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These volunteers took YOUR names to politicians’ offices


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For a big part of this year, ONE members have been collecting letters and petition signatures in an amazing effort to fight the proposed budget cuts to foreign assistance. Recently, our volunteers delivered those signatures directly to the offices of elected officials — they’ve made 290 deliveries so far, in fact! — to show them that their constituents really care about this issue. In addition to admiring the dedication of these members, we appreciate your signatures (more than 107,000!) and support on this crucial issue. Let’s keep up the hard work as we continue to fight for the world’s poorest.

Volunteer Jen Scholte and her daughter dropping off letters and petitions with Rep. Ami Bera, CA-7.


Leia Johnson and her son delivered petitions and letters to Rep. Mike Bost in Illinois.


Katie Introcaso visited the offices of Rep. Mike Gallagher AND Sen. Ron Johnson.


Megan Peters spent a morning delivering letters to her Kansas senators and Congressman Kevin Yoder.


In Cleveland, Anne Hribar and her daughter delivered petitions to their officials.


Volunteer Susan Pillsbury made deliveries to Senators Shaheen and Hassan in Manchester.


Joe Mason and Dior Toynton dropped off letters and signatures to MO-7 Rep. Billy Long and Sen. Roy Blunt’s office.


Megan Rice and Geneva Häber met with Senator Jeff Flake’s office manager to discuss the importance of foreign aid.

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