Take Action: Volunteer with GCV!

Phonebank with GCV


Are you interested in volunteering and love talking to people? Consider phonebanking with us! You’ll have opportunities to talk about important, pressing issues with people of all backgrounds and make a difference in our state.

Textbank with GCV


Are you interested in volunteering but would prefer not talking in person? Then textbank with us instead! Give encouraging texts to the people of Georgia and remind them why it’s important to be an environmental voter!



If environmentalists are going to change things for the future of our planet, we must vote in every election. Take a moment to get registered today! To vote in the Primary Election on May 24th, you must be registered to vote by April 25th. Early voting begins on May 2nd and absentee ballot applications should be turned in by May 13th to ensure they’re received on time to get a ballot mailed to you. Even if you are registered to vote, you should still check to see if your registration is still valid. Here in Georgia hundreds of thousands of voters are purged from the rolls each year, and this could impact you.

Visit Go Vote Georgia to get started.

We have a once-in-a-generation chance to rebuild our country and make revolutionary gains against climate change. But we need to act now!

Congress made a vital impact on the lives of millions of Americans by passing the American Rescue Plan but the country can’t afford to stay idle. We have a generational opportunity to change the future of our country for good. President Joe Biden is leading the charge to push the American Jobs Plan and we need to make sure Congress knows that we support it!

Ask GA Legislators to Protect the Okefenokee From Risky Mining

The future of the Okefenokee is at risk. Twin Pines Minerals, LLC, an Alabama-based company operated by people with a history of misrepresentation and pollution, is proposing a mining operation that threatens the Okefenokee Swamp and tourism-related jobs in the area. Take action now by sending a message to Georgia legislators and the Environmental Protection Division (EPD) to protect the Okefenokee.

Visit Protect Georgia to get started.

Other ways you can help Georgia thrive

We need every Georgian to speak up, show up, and stand up to protect the environment and tackle climate change. Here are a few ways to get started: