Vot-ER: A Civic Engagement Tools for Every Corner of Healthcare

Vote-ER develops nonpartisan civic engagement tools and programs for every corner of the healthcare system—from private practitioners to medical schools to hospitals. Their work is driven by a community of health care professionals, organizers, clinical students, and technologists united by a common vision: healthy communities powered by inclusive democracy.

Vot-ER’s Community Civic Engagement Program funds between $5,000 and $10,000 to Community Health Centers, Federally Qualified Health Centers, and look-alikes to implement non-partisan voting initiatives and turnout activities.

Vot-ER programs are in over 500 locations and have helped tens of thousands of Americans register and prepare to vote.

Vot-ER’s Community Civic Engagement Program application deadline is Friday: March 22, 2024

The application, FAQs, and informational webinar recording are available on our CCEP webpage at vot-er.org/ccep/. If you have any questions, contact [email protected] or  [email protected].

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