Get Involved

There are lots of ways to get involved with the DPLC, and we need you now more than ever. There won't be a blue wave in November without you! DPLC volunteers are the heart of our organization - in fact, they're the entire organization. They engage in grassroots political action for progressive causes and candidates year-round, and there are many opportunities to take part, from knocking on doors to serving on committees to lending a hand in the office.

If you'd like to volunteer or sign up for our e-mail list, click here!

Here are some additional ways to get involved:

Join a Campaign

Lane County Comissioner Pete Sorenson

Knock Doors (Canvass)

Now-Rep. John Lively canvasses Springfield

Donate to the DPLC

Rep. Nancy Nathanson at a DPLC fundraiser

Make Calls (Phone Bank)

Karl Eysenbach working the phones

Support Elected Officials

Mayor Kitty Piercy addressing the Labor Day Picnic

Write a Letter to the Editor

Past DPLC Secretary Andrew Becker writing a LTE: Letter to the Editor

Rally for Progressive Causes

Fighting for Democratic values at the Capitol in Salem

Table at Community Events

Travis Prinslow and Celine Swenson-Harris at the Eugene Pride Festival

Attend a Training

Matt Keating giving canvassing tips

Staff our Office

Laura Gillpatrick making sense of campaign season


Check out our Calendar to learn about our upcoming events and volunteer opportunities.

Learn more about our internship program

You can also follow us on Facebook for real-time updates about DPLC activities.