Current Volunteer Opportunities
Last updated 2023-1-5
If you're here because you're angry that the Supreme Court has made it legal for states to rob women and others of reproductive ability of the right to abortion, then check out this statement and video from our CEO Stacy Cross.
Then, see what opportunities you can sign up for below, and make sure you're getting our monthly volunteer newsletter and checking back on this page since new opportunities come up all the time.
Storytelling 101 Training
When: Thursday, Jan. 12 at 6 p.m.
We'll train you on the most effective way to tell your Planned Parenthood story, whether you're a former patient or simply a supporter. Storytelling can help promote health equity for tradiitonally marginalized communities.
We'll also provide you with concrete actions that you can take to share your story.
The Tanuja Bahal Artist-in-Residence Program
PPMM is thrilled to announce the launch of our Tanuja Bahal Artist in Residence (AiR) Program! AiR, named for past PPMM board chair Tanuja Bahal, is a project based residency intented to further the conversation around sexual and reproductive health. The selected artist will recieve a stipend for the duration of the four-month residency. For more information, click here.
Reno: Mar Monte Mondays - virtual event with our Reno team
When: Mon., Jan. 16 at 6 p.m..
Join us every other Monday for Mar Monte Mondays, a Virtual program hosted by our Reno team!
We'll be talking with community advocates about how we can work together to make a positive impact in the post-Roe world.
Remembering Roe Events
San Jose: Fr., Jan.20 at 4 p.m.
Oakland: Sat., Jan 21 at 11 a.m.
Davis: Sat., Jan 21 at 12 p.m.
Virtual: Sun., Jan 22 at 6 p.m.
Come together with friends, famiy, and neighbors to refelct on what would have been the 50th Anniversay of Roe v. Wade.
As we embark on a new post-Roe era, let us decpmpress within a creative community space as we discuss the realities of the reproductive rights movement, abortions stigma, and a sneak peek at the 2023 policy landscape for protecting reproductive rights in California and Nevada.
PPMM Event Series: Together we rise. We resist. We care.
Sacramento: Tue., Jan. 24 at 5:30 p.m.
Santa Cruz: Th., Feb. 16 at 5:30 p.m.
Peninsula: Fri., Mar 10 at 8:30 a.m.
Oakland: Sun., May 7 at 10: 30 a.m.
Virtual: Wed., May 24 at 6 p.m.
Monterey: Th., June 1 at 5:30 p.m.
Stockton: Sun., July 9 at 10:30 a.m.
After almost three years, in-person events are back!
PPMM's 2023 Event Series: Together We Rise. We Resist. We Care. starts in January ans inclused an in-person return to the Peninsula Breakfast, a new traveling "roadshow" held in five local venues featuring digital storytelling and local community leaders, and an inspirational virtual event.
Roadshow tickets start at $25, and sponsorships start at $1,500. Locations will be provided upon registration.
Pilot partners wanted for PPMM 'Plan A,' sex-ed video education program!
Eligible partners are those working with systems-involved youth in Tulare, Kern, San Joaquin, Carson, and Washoe counties.
PPMM's Education team is currently seeking pilot partners to implement a new evidence-based sex ed program, Plan A. This program is a 23-minute sex education video for youth ages 16-19 that was devloped by Sentient Research, a nationally known research and consulting firm specializing in non-profits.
Eligible pilot parnters are in Tulare, Kern, San Joaquin, Carson, and Washoe counties that serve young people who can become pregnant and are vulnerable youth who may be incarcerated, on probation, in foster care, or have been suspended from school.
Our pilot will make the video resource available and will support Plan A partner sites with program implementation, capacity building and professional devlopment opportunities. Interested pilot partners can leanr more by filling out the pre-application form.
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Take Action Volunteer Toolkit
Use our Take Action Volunteer Toolkit to volunteer on your own time. We've created multiple opportunities, from hosting a screening to doing relational organizing using the Impactive app to advocating on social media and more, that allow you to make a difference and get involved.
On the Take Action Volunteer Toolkit page, click on the yellow "Take Action" button below each opportunity to learn more.
After you take action, report your impact to let us know what actions you completed.
Share Your Story
Your story can make a difference. Whether it's affordable birth control or the right to safe and legal abortion, tell us why these services matter to you.
We like to uplift a broad range of stories and perspectives to help show lawmakers, the media, and supporters just what we're fighting and advocating for.
Hug a Health Center
Our health center staff work incredibly hard to provide sexual and reproductive health care and family medicine to hundreds of thousands of people every year.
Show them some love by virtually hugging a health center!
Join the PPMM Faith Network for Reproductive Justice
Are you a faith leader or do you know a faith leader who wants to advocate for reproductive justice? Then join our Faith Network for Reproductive Justice!
If you or your faith/spiritual community is interested in becoming part of PPMM’s network please complete the form here.
JOIN A PLANNED PARENTHOOD-AFFILIATED CAMPUS CLUB
Join a PPGenAction club on your campus! Several of the Planned Parenthood-affiliated clubs, called "Generation Action" or PPGenAction clubs, are recruiting new members and leaders. Use the links below to be connected with the leaders for the clubs at any of the below schools.
OUR COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION - RESOURCES AND LINKS TO LEARN AND TAKE ACTION
Readvia the NY Times, an op-ed from Alexis McGill Johnson, the president and chief executive of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. We must reckon with Margaret Sanger’s association with white supremacist groups and eugenics, and we hope our volunteers and supporters join us in this work.
Alexis McGill Johnson called for us to lend more support to intersecting issues, especially to organizations led by and focusing on issues that impact Black women and other women of color as well as trans and nonbinary people. Here are some resources to get started: