Advocate

Advocate -There are Many Ways to be Heard

Your voice is powerful. Use it to raise awareness for a cause you care about by becoming an advocate in your community.  You can help to inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow for the lives of children and families who are struggling to get by. United Way of Milford is a support system for thousands of Milford residents, working to move people from poverty to possibility. We work to improve peoples’ lives by strengthening our community from the inside out. Together we can build a stronger community for all. With our focus on impact, United Way has a key role to play in advocating for Education, Income and Health.

Join us and advocate for an Education, Income, Health or nonprofit strengthening issue that you are passionate about. Your community needs you to have an impact. There are many ways that you can advocate. See below for ways you can create social change in your local community.

Speak Out:

Contact your representative in Congress about an Education, Income, Health or another nonprofit strengthening issue. Anyone can champion the cause. Whether you’re speaking out to improve education, income and health, reaching out to members of Congress, or wearing the LIVE UNITED shirt to show your support, you can help inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow. So, go ahead and advocate in a LIVE UNITED world. Do it in public. Be visible. Be loud.

State Legislators:

Be Informed:

Learn how your community ranks in academic achievement, income stability and health. Use the United Way Common Good Forecaster, a powerful online tool that lets people see for themselves how improving the education level has a positive impact on several key economic and social measures.

Engage With Your Community:

Host a community conversation with your friends, coworkers or neighbors. Learn about what people say are their aspirations for your community and talk about how you can work together to address challenges.

Raise Awareness About a Cause:

Use social media tools to educate your friends and networks about an issue you care about.