Volunteer

Here is an opportunity to do something that will

 

Impact The Community!

 

Help MCYD make a difference

 

There are many ways to support MCYD,

from making a small donation to taking action in your community.

Here are ways you can help:

​Join us in our mission to strengthen the youth leadership in Marin. We aim to connect our communities to elected officials, while getting our own members on boards and commissions, and elected. We aim to amplify young Democratic voices, mobilize awareness through sustainable action, and build a genuine leadership pipeline in the region. We work on projects, such as voter registration and education, affordable housing, and homeless rehabilitation.

 

We empower young people to make a difference in their community. We connect members with resources, endorse and elect candidates. Membership is open to Democrats ages 14-35, and honorary associate memberships are available to all registered Democrats.

 

MCYD hosts socials every month, such as a trivia night, beach bonfire, team bowling, and much more. 

 

We attend other YD events and support other local political committees and officials. 

 

We attend the CA young democrat retreats and have our own retreats as well. 

 

Every year, we travel to State Convention (this year in San Jose). 

 

Occasionally, we may challenge another YD to a competition-- softball, trivia, etc. 

 

We attend and host debate watch parties, no matter what team you are (Team Bernie or Team Hillary).

MAKE A 
DONATION

Your contribution goes directly towards the growth of MCYD. It can be used for attending events (state convention, etc.), paying dues, honorary memberships, volunteer work, and so much more. With your help, there is no limit to how much we can accomplish. 

Photo by Eli Beckman

Our mission is to amplify young Democratic voices, mobilize awareness through sustainable action, and build a genuine leadership pipeline in the region. We work on projects, such as voter registration and education, affordable housing, and homeless rehabilitation. 

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