National Health Care
Day of Service


This summer, Organizing for America will fight to ensure Americans receive much-needed health care reform in 2009. Community service is a critical piece of our health care campaign and our National Health Care Day of Service on June 27, 2009 will highlight its importance.

Why Service?



Volunteers who participate in the National Health Care Day of Service will be stronger advocates for health care reform. Volunteer projects directly expose participants to the reality of our country’s health care system and the millions of people who it is currently failing.


National Health Care Day of Service volunteers will also build important relationships in their communities with health care professionals. Finally, these health care service projects give volunteers a chance to make an impact in their own communities and improve the lives of their neighbors in the short term while we simultaneously fight for long term, systemic health care reform.


You don’t need to be an expert to help out. If you have a few hours to spare, you can help people near you get the care they need, and raise awareness about the urgent reform our nation requires.