Getting Involved in the League
Getting involved without being overwhelmed.
How to get involved. What to do if you don't have much time.
LWVNH Local Leagues
Local Leagues and local units are groups of League members from specific New Hampshire regions, cities or towns. Local League meetings focus on policy and governmental issues concerning the local area but may also act on state and national issues. Local Leagues' voter education and voter service efforts will generally serve the citizens of that region, city or town. However, members may join any unit they like and are not restricted to their geographical region.
Local units are less formal than local Leagues, require only a steering committee and a group of interested members and a liaison with the state board. For more information about starting a local unit, contact "membership" on the Contact Us page.
Local meetings are held on varying schedules. They are intended to increase members' knowledge about policy and governmental issues, arrive at League positions on policy, and determine what courses of action are needed to put these policies in effect. One need not attend local League meetings to be a member. Participation via response to "calls for action" is also very important.
More information about contacting League of Women Voters of New Hampshire units can be found here. Information on League of Women Voters of New Hampshire membership can be found here.
Mt. Washington Valley
Just getting started, this local unit will have a meeting with all those who might be interested on Tuesday, March 20, 2018, at Conway Public Library. No commitment needed; just come and learn more.
Local members will report on the possibility of doing a voter registration event at the high school. They will also report on voter registration issues in NH.
Come learn more, meet others also interested in the work of the League of Women Voters.
This unit started in Spring 2017 and is up and running, serving the dozen or more towns in the Peterborough Area. Their meeting schedule is on the Calendar page. Meetings change location almost monthly. New members welcome.
Greater Nashua area unit formed summer 2015
Do you live in Nashua or the nearby towns? Visit their Facebook page
The group was busily doing voter service work in fall 2017 and has an active Education Study committee. An open house to for anyone interested in learning more about League will be held at Nashua Library on Sunday, March 25, 2018, from 3:30 to 4:30 pm. All interested women and men are welcome at their events.
There are many avenues of participating in League activities. Possibilities include working on voter service projects, administering events, developing publications, helping in the League office during elections, fundraising, writing emails and letters to legislators, making phone calls. There is something for everyone! Once you become a member, you will learn of specific opportunities through your local League, local Unit, or the New Hampshire Voter, the E-newsletter of the League of Women Voters of New Hampshire sent about 8 times a year.
The League of Women Voters of New Hampshire maintains a guilt-free policy for its members. You can join and participate as much, or as little, as you like. Many active members were inactive for years, then increased their participation as their lives changed. Membership dues of both active and less active members make possible continuing projects at the state and national levels.
Non-members can support the activities of the League as well. Send us an email via president on the Contact Us page of our website and we'll put you on our emailing list. Your response to action alerts helps us greatly.
Travel with the League
Love traveling? Want to explore other parts of the world with like-minded travelers, learn about other cultures, foreign history, exotic places not usually reached by tours? Travel Concepts International
is a long-established company started by a League of Women Voters member. Check out their interesting and exciting trip options. If you sign up for a trip through this League's link, the LWV New Hampshire will benefit financially.