Of course you can apply to join the march, or donate to the march in general or to individual marchers. But a lot of people want to know what else can they do, so here's a growing list of other ways to be a virtual marcher:
- Take a look at our list of equipment needs (you can also see our progress on some of these here). If you can help us with any of those things, contact Ed Fallon.
- Join our Facebook group for marchers and virtual marchers to follow what we're up to more closely and pitch in as you can.
- Spread the word about the march - like the Facebook page (& "share" things you like), follow us on Twitter (& retweet things you like), distribute flyers and put up posters around where you live.
- If you are a journalist, have a popular blog, or are otherwise in the news/media business, do a story promoting the march or helping share our mission and our message. Read our blogs, twitter, photo feeds, etc.
- Mention the Climate March when commenting on climate chagne new stories, blog posts, Facebook posts, etc. If you can, comment on a story and if you can mention the climate march in your post. Also be sure to link to our main website (http://climatemarch.org/) or direct them to our main Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ClimateMarch).
- If you are on our route (the second map has dates), volunteer to host a marcher or two in your home. You will never have a guest who is more grateful for a shower and a real bed. The person to contact for that is the state coordinator for the state you live in, they are listed among our staff.
- Send care packages! Most welcome things would include cookies, and wool socks. See Snail Mail Trail for where to send them.
- Help the advance teams find people and groups for us to meet with on the ground.
- Point other people who want to help to this page!
Feel free to add suggestions here: