You canvassed. You phone banked. You texted. And you voted. Thank you for making sure your voice was heard, and your community’s voice was heard. It is because of our activist, community leaders, and changemakers -- like you -- that our communities are healthy.
Thank you for continuing to support and take action – we look forward to seeing you this month!
November At A Glance: 3 Actions You Can Take from Home
1. Donate to PPHP through Token Moment (5 min + $)
Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic is partnering with Token Moment, an independent ceramics business owned by Brooklyn-based ceramicist Amanda Schram. Token Moment’s beautiful ceramics - from incense holders to jewelry and planters – are underlain with messages of empowerment and connection.
For every Yoni necklace purchased from November 4 through November 11, $20 will be donated to Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic.
And as a “thank you” to YOU, use promo code XXXXXX for 10% off your purchase!
(Make sure to share and tag @pphphealth and @tokenmoment on Instagram when you get your order!)
2. Tune in to the Self Care Series on Social Media
Every Tuesday in November, Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic will be joined by special guests to talk about the importance of self-care and the different ways people can practice self-care – particularly in times of major uncertainty and anxiety.
Make sure you tune into Instagram this Tuesday, November 10 at 5:00 p.m. for special guest Jose Tutiven, from Colored Colors, as we talk about Finding Self Care and Community Through Art.
3. Story Collection Text Bank - Monday, November 30 (1.5 hrs)
Story collection is a powerful communication and organizing tactic demonstrating the urgent necessity of access to reproductive, sexual, and preventive health care. Storytellers enable others to understand who they are and why it's important to take action to protect our rights and access.
On Monday, November 30 at 6:30 p.m., PPHP will be reaching out to Planned Parenthood supporters to encourage them to share their stories about how they have been able to access care either at Planned Parenthood or through the Affordable Care Act!