You have more power than you know. 

Volunteers make everything we do possible. It’s our volunteers who organize Community Forums, produce the voter guide on VOTE411, register voters,  and organize all of our events. The League of Women Voters of the District of Columbia is an all volunteer-run organization and, as such, our success depends on the enthusiastic participation of our members.

As a volunteer, you can gain experience in leadership and collaboration, hone your skills or learn new ones, learn about critical advocacy and voter education activities, get a behind-the-scenes view of League operations and decision making, and meet other fascinating League members.


Register Voters

We register voters across the city every year and actively encourage all citizens to vote.  

Volunteer today and help us ensure everyone in our city is signed up and ready to vote


Voter Guide CommitteE

We are looking for volunteers to help us ensure all of the candidates participate in our Vote Guide on VOTE411 for the November Election.  All volunteers must be available between September 15 through October 1.  Team members will be given a list of candidates to contact by phone. 


Join the National Lobby Corps

Originally established in 1971, the Lobby Corps is a team of 20-25 League members from the National Capital Area that convene once a month when Congress is in session for briefings on League priorities. 


Join a Committee

There is a perfect committee just waiting for you! Find out how you can get involved and make a difference in the District of Columbia. Contact our office to learn more about our committees and ways you can make a difference. 

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful people could change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.
— Margaret Mead