The ACLU of Michigan has opportunities in multiple communities across the state for people interested in volunteering their time and resources to address civil rights and civil liberties issues where they live. No matter where you live in Michigan, we need your help! Please complete our volunteer form.
Already completed your volunteer form? Here are steps you can take get started volunteering today.
The ACLU of Michigan has six local units across the state, including five geographic units representing metro Detroit (Wayne, Macomb and Washtenaw), Oakland County area, greater Flint, the Lansing area, and West Michigan (including Grand Rapids and regional communities north and south). We also have a statewide unit known as the Tuition Equality Local Unit. Local Units are groups of ACLU members who partner with supporters and community allies on rights and liberties issues where they live. Local units focus on three activity areas:
- Public Education & Awareness
- Engagement & Recruitment
Each local unit works on projects that fall into one or more of these categories. If you are interested in getting involved with the local unit in your area we encourage you to review the unit’s planned activities below and contact us to find out more information.
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