2020 Campaign Updates
We are in the process of adapting our 2020 Voter Engagement Campaign to match the new reality of virtual meetings and stay-at-home activism, and we'll soon be releasing some revamped tools for direct voter outreach. We all can make a difference this year in our community, our state, and our country, even in the midst of this public health crisis. We hope you stay well, stay safe, and stay involved!
Indivisible AVL is a grassroots nonprofit run by a dedicated team of volunteers. For as little as $5 or $10 a month, you can help support this work and make our 2020 Voter Engagement Campaign a success. During the month of May, all donations are matched up to $500 through a special challenge grant from the national Indivisible Project. Every donation has double the impact!
Join us for Virtual Canvassing!
Find out how you can make a difference, from your own home! We're continuing to talk with voters about issues that matter to them, and we will also make sure they have current info about voting access.
On May 13, 2017 over 150 people gathered in Jackson Park in Hendersonville for a Mark Meadows Town Hall. The event was organized by Hendersonville Indivisible along with other local activists. Although Congressman Meadows had been invited to meet with constituents and hear their concerns, he did not attend. So over a dozen speakers addressed the crowd to discuss Health Care, Immigration and the Environment.Read More
Two of our members recently met with Roger Kumpf, Rep. Patrick McHenry’s staff member at his Black Mountain office, to…Read More