Arthritis Advocate Tools and Resources

Advocacy Tools and Resources

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Use this section to learn how you can fight arthritis offline and in your community. Learn how to ask tough questions and get honest answers. To get started, download our Advocacy Toolkit (we even have a toolkit for children and young adults!) or watch our webinar series to hear from experts first-hand.


Advocacy Toolkit

This toolkit, first introduced at the 2015 Advocacy Summit in Washington, D.C., can help you become a strong Arthritis Foundation Advocate. View and download the toolkits here. Read More >>

Advocate Webinar Series

Learn more about important advocacy issues by listening to these recordings from the popular Advocate Webinar Series, hosted by Arthritis Foundation Grassroots Advocacy Manager Laura Keivel. Read More >>

Advocacy in Action Archive

Missed an Advocacy in Action alert? Browse the Arthritis Foundation's Advocacy in Action archives here to read more about key issues and legislative updates. Read More >>

How To: Write Congress

Whether as a follow-up to an office visit or as a first contact, an email or a letter to your legislator can be an effective advocacy tool to help people with arthritis. Learn more here! Read More >>

How To: Attend a Town Hall

Read the Arthritis Foundation's strategies to help our Advocates and Ambassadors advance their legislative agendas during Congressional Town Hall Meetings. Read More >>

How To: Get a Staffer's Attention

Read the Arthritis Foundation's tips to help you get a staffer's attention! Congressional offices receive a large quantity of mail each day, and it can be difficult for our group to receive the attention we think you deserve. Learn more now! Read More >>