Check here for the latest petitions to sign, letters to send, and actions you can take to protect marriage equality in Iowa.
Host a House Party
Party for a cause: Host a House Party! One Iowa can help with planning and party ideas. We can provide materials, information and support–all you need to do is host!
As a volunteer, you’ll join countless other individuals working to open hearts and minds across Iowa. Mark your favorite activities on the volunteer form, and we’ll contact you soon so you can join us to make change.
Invite One Iowa to speak at your company
Do you have an employee resource group at your company? Do you have a diversity coalition of fellow employees? Want to bring One Iowa in for an education session to talk to your coworkers about the importance of equality? We are here to help! We can work with your liaison to schedule a public education session to get back to the basics of marriage equality: people. With your help, we can reach even more Iowans. Contact Matty Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how we can schedule a speaking engagement at your workplace.
Talk to Your Legislator
Your personal story is the most convincing tool we have to impact the hearts and minds of legislators. Gay, single, married or straight, parent or student, Democrat or Republican – your story will make a difference! And don’t forget to tell us about your visit!
Start a One Iowa On-Campus Group
One Iowa On Campus is for students who want to take action on their campus to fight for equality. As part of our On Campus initiative, we have launched a “Home for the Holidays” and a “Summer Home” program that gives students the tools they need to go home over fall, winter, and spring break and talk with their family and friends back home about the importance of marriage equality.
Join our Speakers Bureau
Are you an outspoken and engaged supporter of equality who is interested in doing more? We are looking for you! Consider joining our Speakers Bureau and learn the skills you need to take our message of equality for all Iowans to a public audience—whether that includes the media, or public speaking engagements in their own community.