Giving Your Time
Most often when people hear the word “give,” they immediately think of financial contributions. Although passing initiatives such as the FairTax does cost money, the other key element needed for success is an active grassroots membership. Throwing money at tax reform won’t get the FairTax passed – impassioned supporters will!
Ways to give your time:
- If you work well with groups, contact your local leaders
- If you’re a “solitary soul” get busy writing letters to your elected officials and local newspapers.
Business professionals can parlay networking skills into forming business coalitions and seeking the support of your industry affiliations.
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One of the most vital things you can do is spread the word about the
FairTax, and one of the best ways to do that is through a meeting or event.
- A meeting can be something informal held at your home or office, where you
invite friends, neighbors or co-workers to learn about the alternatives to
the current tax system.
- A meeting can be more formal when held in conjunction with local business
organizations, chambers of commerce outreach and civic clubs.
Setting up a FairTax table at events, whether organized by you or
others, can be another effective way to get the FairTax message out. These
may be a state or county fair, sporting event, dog show, art festival or
anywhere there are a lot of people.
Our grassroots volunteers offer these tips for those still new and nervous about these activities.
Be creative, and contact us to let us know how you can help achieve the goal of passing
the FairTax and repealing the 16th Amendment!