One Weekend, 1000 Doors

When I founded Hometown Action, I said it would be a member-led organization and I remain committed to that.

River Region MembersOur communities face many challenges. The only way to address them effectively is by understanding what the community’s priorities are and building bridges across racial, class, and partisan divides to find real community-based solutions.

When we come together collectively, we can accomplish amazing things.

To-date, we’ve had hundreds of conversations with residents in both central Alabama and the river region, but this weekend we’re setting an even bigger goal.

In one weekend, we will knock 1000 doors!

We’ll be talking directly with residents about their issues of concern and the change they want to see in their community.

And we’re asking you to hold us accountable to this goal by sponsoring a member and pledging $1 for every door they knock.Central AL Members

The average canvasser will knock on 60 doors over the course of their shift. Your contribution will support expansion into new communities, while being directly linked to the work we accomplish.

Sign up here to make your pledge and help us reach our goal of 1000 doors! 

Justin Vest is the founder and executive director of Hometown Action. A community organizer, social worker, and father, he recently returned to his small town Southern roots. He lives in Montevallo with his partner and three children.

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.