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NC Healthcare Advocates Unite! 2020 Organizing Meeting
January 25 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 pm EST
We are bringing people together who want to advocate for healthcare, hold our reps accountable, and boost voter engagement in 2020.
> Are your or someone you know struggling under the burden of unaffordable healthcare or medications – and would you like to help open minds and change hearts by sharing your personal experience?
> Are you fed up with Big Pharma price hikes, which put needed medications out of the reach of the people who need them?
> Do you want to take action together with others to hold our representatives accountable for their votes to repeal healthcare protections and demand better representation in Washington?
Join an organizing meeting led by a Piedmont Rising healthcare fellow at the Cary Regional Library’s Conference Room on Saturday, Jan 25 at 9:30 am.
You’ll find out what the organization is working on in the local area to elevate healthcare as a critical issue that impacts voters – and how you can get involved, such as by sharing personal struggles with the healthcare system, becoming an advocacy leader in your circles, and participating in group actions that raise community awareness and get the attention of our legislative leaders.
The library is located at 315 Kildaire Farm Rd, Cary, NC 27511.
Please contact the event host (Stacie Borrello) with any questions.
About Piedmont Rising:
Piedmont Rising is a North Carolina non-profit dedicated to the values that North Carolinians care about, including the fight for more affordable, accessible health care.
For too many North Carolinians, rising premiums, steep out-of-pocket costs, and increased prescription drug prices are making health care expensive and difficult to reach.
Getting the care you need shouldn’t come at the expense of paying bills, building savings, or putting food on the table. And since our leaders aren’t fighting for us, we’re fighting back.