Advocacy is a Part of the Alliance's Shared Values...
"The Alliance values collaboration with industry, policymakers, and non-profit community service organizations: Whenever possible, the Alliance seeks to work with organizations representing the financial services industry, state and federal policymakers, and non-profit community service organizations to achieve common goals."
But "All Politics Are Local" So We Need You and Your Members To Get Involved
Grassroots advocacy requires a strong commitment from your members and chapter leaders. Members of Congress or State Legislators respond best to their local constituents. So, while the Alliance can do a great job of stressing the important role that fraternals play in providing financial stability for families, we also need the support from individual members.
There are several ways to effectively communicate with your member of Congress. The easiest is by e-mail.
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Click Here to Contact Your U.S. Senator
Contact Your U.S. Representative – There is no central listing of member office public e-mail addresses. Each member of Congress establishes their office’s policy related to the processing and management of e-mail. Generally, if a member has a public e-mail address, it can be found on the member’s website. The office may list a public e-mail address or provide a form directly on the member’s website. The U.S. House of Representatives does not provide a listing of public e-mail addresses for the elected Representatives.
House Concurrent Resolution 10 (H. Con. Res. 10) and Senate Concurrent Resolution 7 (S. Con. Res. 7) are the Alliance-sponsored federal resolutions that reaffirm the value of the fraternal business model. The Alliance goal for 2018 is 100 co-sponsors.