ANCOR members are uniquely positioned as providers, employers, and community leaders to influence the policies that impact people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and the services and supports they leverage. That’s why countless ANCOR members routinely engage with their members of Congress to educate them about ANCOR’s legislative priorities in the form of one-on-one or small-group meetings, fly-in days, rallies, virtual town halls and more.
One of the most meaningful ways you can support ANCOR’s ability to advocate on your behalf is to let us know about these conversations with federal lawmakers. Now, ANCOR has a new resource that will enable members to easily provide this kind of feedback to ANCOR’s Government Relations team. The Capitol Hill Visit Feedback Form is a resource for ANCOR members to use when they have meetings with members of Congress or their staff, engage with their members of Congress during a town hall or other virtual or in-district function, or have other information to share with ANCOR.
Please use the form to let us know who you met with, what issues were discussed, and what follow-up ANCOR can do. You can access the form through the ANCOR website and clicking on the advocacy page.
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