MANCHESTER, NH – Manchester Proud is a community-based movement, led by the people of Manchester to unite the city behind an aspirational vision for our city’s schools. In order to hear as many voices and perspectives as possible, we are going door to door to hear directly from the community about what they think about Manchester, its future, and its schools. This isn’t a top-down effort – the information we gather through these trainings will be used to help build a shared vision of what education can be and how to achieve it.
But, there’s more: We want to make sure that the community is involved, every step of the way. So, we’re recruiting community members like you to help us. At the core of Manchester Proud is a commitment to personal engagement, and who better to talk to residents than our own neighbors?
Manchester Proud is looking for volunteers to canvass on our final four days of neighborhood outreach:
- Wednesday, 9/26 – 3:30 p.m. at Central High School
- Saturday, 9/29 – 8:45 a.m. at Webster Elementary
- Thursday, 10/11 – 3:30 p.m. at Highland-Goffe’s Falls
- Saturday, 10/13 – 8:45 a.m. at Beech Street School
You can see which shifts we have available and sign up on our website, www.ManchesterProud.org/events. We’ll provide you with a T-shirt to wear (and keep!), training, and food. RSVPs are required, so please make sure to register before you attend. We’ll also use your registration information to email you more details about canvassing, the details of your shift, and other important information.
Have questions? Reach out to Liz Canada, our Director of Community Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, comments, or suggestions you have. We hope to hear from you soon!