After this election we need your help more than ever!
Now at this pivotal moment in history, we can all play a part in the success of the Democratic Party in DuPage County.
Whether you’re inspired by a sense of pride, a commitment to community or a feeling of camaraderie and accomplishment that comes with working toward our common goals, your gift of time, energy and enthusiasm is incredibly valuable to the Naperville Township Democratic Organization (NTDO). We hope that it will also be valuable to you as a rewarding experience and a way of connecting with your community.
Would you like to work with the NTDO as a Democratic Volunteer? There are a number of ways you can become a key part of the organization. Whatever your talent or interest in local politics or government, we have a spot where you can make a difference.
NTDO Volunteer Programs:
Field Organization Volunteer
Responsibilities include working on phone banks or door-to-door canvassing neighborhoods or engaging voters at train stations. Stuffing envelopes, creating and stapling signs together.
Data Management Volunteer
Responsibilities include list management, input and organizing information gathered from phone banks, walk lists and voter activation networks.
Policy & Current Affairs Volunteer
Responsibilities include researching policy initiatives, writing policy briefs and making policy recommendations.
Responsibilities include planning fundraising events, donor outreach and follow up, and basically building relationships and exploring new fundraising techniques and ideas.
Event Organizing Volunteer
Responsibilities include organizing house parties, community outreach events and large special events.
Community Outreach Volunteer
Responsibilities include interacting with and offering support to people and organizations in the community, be they candidates, business organizations, charities or neighborhood voters.
Marketing / Membership Volunteer
Responsibilities include communicating with, connecting with, and engaging voters with the goal of growing the Democratic Party and the NTDO membership, using tools like advertising, public relations, social media and media production to get our message out.