Make Our Mother's Day: Act for a Livable Climate for All Kids
This Mother’s Day teams across the country are planning marches, house parties, social media and postcard campaigns to tell elected officials and other decision makers that it is time to act for a livable climate for all children.
Now, more than ever, our work at the local and state level is essential for the swift and just transition from fossil fuels to clean, renewable energy sources.
Discover how to become involved with your local team or on your own.
2017 Mothers Out Front Postcard Deliveries
Start your own campaign by sending a postcard to your elected official and let them know why a livable climate is important to you.
- Postcard Instructions PDF
- Get your postcard(s) printed to send them in or deliver them!
- We will produce a printer-ready version as soon as possible.
Print this file at home, fold in half and tape to make a postcard size.
Social media is a key tool to help us amplify our message, increase pressure on decision makers and introduce us to new mothers across the country. It’s a way to participate even when you can’t be there in person. More importantly, it shows those who weren’t there what we are capable of doing.
Learn how to sign up for Twitter
Social Media Trainings
Download our Social Media Guide PDF
Want your event or story to be posted on the National Mothers Out Front website?
Stories and photos can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us how your delivery went!
If you are planning a Mother’s Day event in your area, learn how to get your local newspaper or TV station to cover your event.
Want to use Twitter to amplify your campaigns and share news about Mothers Out Front, but not sure how? This workshop is for you!
Want to use Facebook to amplify your campaigns and share news about Mothers Out Front, but not sure how? This workshop is for you!
Learn how to invite media to your event and how to talk to reporters when they attend.
- Monday, April 16 7pm
- Wednesday, April 18 1pm
- Thursday, April 26 11:30am
- Wednesday, May 2 1pm
- Monday, May 7 7pm
- Tuesday, May 8 11:30am
Communications Messaging & Planning