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October Newsletter

In case you missed it…

We held climate strikes in Nashua, Hanover, Manchester, and Bow to call attention to environmental injustice in New Hampshire. Thank you to everyone who showed up at a strike, and special thanks to the 350NH Youth Team members and volunteers who organized some of them! We need climate justice now – and for more people to join our movement.
We signed up 18 new monthly donors during our monthly donor drive! Thank you to everyone who donated, asked friends to sign up, and shared our social media posts. We rely on grassroots support from people like you, and we are incredibly grateful for it. On behalf of the 350NH Action Team, we thank you!
Some of you may know that we recently received independent nonprofit status. We want to thank NH Peace Action for being an amazing fiscal sponsor over the years! Thank you NHPA for helping us grow and supporting our efforts. Sign up for the NHPA newsletter here.

Upcoming Events

October 3rd, 6:00pm: Get Out the Vote Postcard Writing Party

  • Join us at the Portsmouth Public Library for a get out the vote postcard writing party! We will write postcards to voters to mail ahead of the election in November. Email jennifer@350nh.org if you have questions. 

October 6th, 6:00pm: Manchester Chapter Meeting

  • Help the Manchester Chapter strategize for their climate justice campaign. Email sarah@350nh.org to RSVP & get the location for the meeting.

October 18th, 7:00pm: No Coal No Gas Onboarding (virtual)

  • Come learn about the campaign to end coal in New England! This onboarding session will give you an overview of the campaign and help you plug into a working group. RSVP here.

October 20th, 7:00pm: No Coal No Gas Monthly Mass Call (virtual)

  • Make sure you sign up at nocoalnogas.org to get the latest updates from the No Coal No Gas campaign. We’ll send out a monthly call RSVP link soon.

October 27th, 6:00pm: Utility Rate Hike Town Hall with NH Renews

  • Utility rates across NH are skyrocketing – and it’s no coincidence since our government failed to expand renewable energy. Come to NH Renews’ Utility Town Hall to learn more about how this happened, what assistance is available, and what we can do to make a change. This event is hybrid and will have an in-person option as well as a Zoom option. RSVP here.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

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