Explore our list of actions you can take this month to make our city, state, country, and planet a better place!
The motto of The New York Society for Ethical Culture is Deed Above Creed, something we’ve worked to live up to with our rich tradition of activism since 1876.
In that spirit, in 2021 and beyond the Society will be sending out Calls to Action, featuring important causes selected by our member committees and allies, because your voice and your deeds matter!
Join the John Lewis Day of Action Voter Awareness March in NYC on May 8
Demand the passage of the For the People Act, the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, filibuster reform, and D.C. statehood at the John Lewis Day of Action Voter Awareness March on Saturday, May 8 at 2:00pm.
Download the ACLU Mobile Justice App to Securely Record and Report Police Misconduct
Tell New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson to Ban New Natural Gas Construction
Banning new natural gas installations is an important way to phase out fossil fuels and combat climate change in NYC. Call New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson at 888-431-7599 and ask him to introduce proposed legislation to phase out natural gas in new construction in NYC.
Sponsor Our AIDS Walk NYC Team
One of the Society’s Food Insecurity Initiative charity partners has expressed an urgent need for children’s clothing, sizes 4T-14, clean and lightly used. For more information or to donate, please contact Janet Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support Local Black-Owned Businesses
Following food activist and farmer Karen Washington’s recent Sunday Platform, answer her call to support Black-owned businesses by learning about 13 practical ways you can support them. (You can also donate to Karen’s own Rise & Root Farm here!)