First drop — it all started this July 4th. Herb of Virginia’s 1st District Congress He had been given a postcard to write for Jones, but after the recent Supreme Court ruling, he wasn’t in the mood to celebrate a “normal” 4th of July. did. I decided to go to Urban’s farmhouse in Midlothian, Virginia to write a postcard. Nice place to sit outside on the patio with good coffee and food. I sent some inquiries to my social media group and said I would go write a postcard there. It was the 4th of July, so I thought no one would come. I was surprised when a table full of people appeared and wrote postcards!
Ripple 1 — This number of participants indicated interest and demand for writing postcards. After contacting the campaign, I received 1,000 postcards and an address, thinking this would be enough for the time being. After 3 days, 13 people wrote all the postcards!
Ripple 2 — I requested 1,200 postcards a second time, thought that was enough, and a few days later the same thing happened. I’m out of postcards!
One month ago today, I helped distribute 3,334 postcards. I now have another large box of postcards, ready to be packaged and ready to be lined up with some takers. I put a package with my name on it, put it in a shoebox on the doorstep, and people pick it up at a time of their choosing. For those who have problems with transport or can’t find the time, I kicked them out home, some asked for a postcard and already he came back a second time.
Ripple 3 — I started researching my precinct which was something I really wanted to do and found more postcard volunteers. A woman recently moved here and said she wanted to plug in and volunteer , I didn’t know how. I do postcards here in the county. I went back to her house and took her fifty of the cards she requested and handed them over to her house. She informed me that she had completed them and mailed them.
It just happened organically, with no intention of organizing a distribution effort. I felt the need and got my first batch of postcards to “test drive” my interest in volunteering.Crazy, at first he was thinking of writing only 100 cards rice field.