CRLN is a grassroots organization, working for justice and peace for the poor majorities in Latin America, and depends upon its members and a network of volunteers. Some of the ways volunteers assist CRLN include:
- helping at CRLN events
- assembling monthly mailings to CRLN members
- writing human rights advocacy letters to officials in Latin America and the U.S.
- organizing educational events and speakers in your congregation or in other organizations
- hosting visitors from Latin America
Your special talents and interests may be of help in new endeavors - let us know what you can do and we'll find a way to use your abilities!
If you're not already a member, follow this link to learn about becoming one today.
To learn more about how you can effectively advocate with your elected representatives, follow this link.
Change your life by participating in a CRLN delegation. Learn more by following this link.
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For more information, to volunteer in the office, or help in other ways, contact Sharon Hunter-Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org