Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the freeness of speech.

— Benjamin Franklin

Help Support Our 2020 VOTE Campaign

Want to make sure we turn the corner this fall and usher in positive change for our community, our state, and our nation?

Help support our 2020 “Let’s All Vote!” campaign with a donation today! Your gift will help fund our nonpartisan voter education and engagement work, as we reach out to sporadic voters here in Buncombe County to make sure they have the info and motivation they need to vote.


Volunteers provide the leadership and people power that makes this work possible. Your financial support helps cover the costs of voter outreach materials, publicity, event costs, and fees for text messaging, email, voice dialer technology, and online training.

1 - Make a special gift or monthly donation through PayPal

Regular donations are what keep us going. Indivisible AVL is a grassroots nonprofit, run entirely on volunteer energy. So every dollar you give to support the organization helps fuel our outreach and advocacy efforts. You can donate securely here, using any credit or debit card.

2 - Get your 2020 VOTE t-shirt!

Now you can support our voter engagement campaign and display your commitment to voting with an Indivisible AVL 2020 VOTE T-shirt! These lightweight tees proudly proclaim the purpose of our voter engagement campaign with the simple message: “Save Our Democracy – VOTE.” Yours free with a donation of $25. Get yours today!

3 - Donate by cash/check

We also welcome cash or check donations at any time to help support our work. If you would like to mail a check, please make it out to Indivisible Asheville/WNC and mail to:

P.O. Box 593
Asheville, NC 28802

Thank you for your support!

NOTE: Indivisible Asheville/WNC operates as a 501(c)4) nonprofit, not as a charitable organization. Donations are not deductible for income tax purposes.

Statement on Madison Cawthorn & Democracy Week

This week is Democracy Week, and here at Indivisible AVL we had planned on week-long actions supporting the For the People Act, the comprehensive democracy reform package aimed at cleaning up our political system, expanding and protecting voting rights, and creating a democracy that ensures all Americans can have their voices heard.  The For the…
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2020 “Let’s All Vote!” Campaign: A Year in Review

What a year it’s been. A year of challenge, hardship, anxiety – and, for many, a year of sadness and loss. Through it all, hundreds of Indivisible AVL volunteers and donors displayed an amazing resiliency and determination to continue the voter outreach and engagement campaign we launched at the end of 2019. Our 2020 “Let’s…
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Four Years of Standing Indivisible

Four years ago the headlines were very different. Four years ago, on the heels of a much different election, three people in Asheville got together and decided that something had to be done. We didn’t exactly know what, but we knew we needed to organize to protect our democracy from what appeared to be a…
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Defend the ACA Press Conference

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: October 23,2020 CONTACT: Christina Adeleke, NC AIDS Action Network, christina@ncaan.org, (305) 588-4373 MEDIA ADVISORY: North Carolinians gather at Pack Square to defend the Affordable Care Act On the day of Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation in the Senate, advocates gather to defend the ACA with personal stories of individuals who have benefited…
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New LTEs from Indivisible AVL Member

Have you written a good letter to the editor (LTE) recently? A well-written LTE is very effective, especially around election time. TIPS: Check the publication’s guidelines, and follow them carefully. If the word count is 200 words, don’t submit a 220-word letter! Focus on one issue, not many. SUBMIT: Submit to the Asheville Citizen-Times and…
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