Sensible Washington has always been, and continues to be, an organization run and powered by volunteers. We’re definitively grassroots, and our ability to grow the conversation surrounding cannabis law reform has been possible only because of our volunteers, and their dedication to change.
This is truer now more than ever, and we need your help!
As we move forward, we’re preparing for our statewide 2013 initiative to end cannabis prohibition for adults (recently endorsed by Judge Jim Gray) – we’re working on our six city-wide initiatives to make cannabis the lowest priority and to bring forth federal non-cooperation – and we’re continuing our outreach efforts to spread the necessity of reform: efforts ranging from speaking at city council meetings, to forming protests, to garnering political support and involvement.
To ensure that these efforts continue, and are successful, we must build our volunteer base – with people willing to effect change – in order to give us the organizational strength to achieve success at the local and state level, and to achieve our core goal: a repeal of adult cannabis prohibition.
Whatever it is you want to do, whatever your skill-set may be, we’ve got a plethora of ways for you to get involved. Whether you want to work from home, pass out fliers at events, or get involved at the organizational level, we want your help, and we want to hear from you!
If you’re interested in volunteering, getting updates, or being contacted with further information, consider signing up as a volunteer on our website!