Coffee Party USA Local Communities
Your interest and commitment to create a Coffee Party Local Community can lead to in-the-flesh, person-to-person relationships across America’s political and societal divides. We believe this is vital work that can eventually bring America back to unity within our broad diversity.
If you decide to host a non-partisan Local Coffee Party Community, you will have a great deal of flexibility to develop practices that work for your group. You also have the support of our national organization as we empower you to cultivate conversations and plan activities around the issues that most matter to you.
There are numerous benefits available for you and your group when you become a Local Coffee Party Community including a Local Coffee Party Facebook page and a presence within the national website. You will be able to use the Coffee Party name and logo (which are trademark protected) and you will have direct access to a resource person from the national organization. You and other local leaders will also be a part of a private Facebook group where you can share your experiences, ask your questions and brainstorm together.
In turn, Coffee Party USA and our nation will benefit from your on-the-ground efforts to further the Coffee Party vision to “build, nurture and connect communities to reclaim our government for the people.”
We are looking for organizers who align with the Coffee Party mission, vision and core values and so the expectations of Coffee Party USA are minimal but crucial:
- The Local Group Leader for the community will be a dues paying member of the Coffee Party USA and will have signed our Civility Pledge and the Affiliation Agreement. (see next page for links)
- All individuals acting on behalf of the Coffee Party USA community group will abide by the Civility Pledge.
- All individuals acting on behalf of the Coffee Party USA community group may not endorse any political candidate as a part of your Coffee Party USA activities.
Follow this link to learn more and sign up to be a Local Communities Leader. Once you sign up, you will receive a simple guide to help you through the first steps.