We are a group of over 80 women who want to contribute to a more equitable, democratic and caring community and country. We range from political novices to life-long activists and share a desire to be well-informed and civically engaged.
We are a chapter of the national Indivisible organization, which gives us additional resources and a national presence. The “SOS” in our name stands for Speaking Out Sanely.
In the past year, we’ve focused on get-out-the-vote campaigns, flipping the Senate, voting Trump out of office, holding the House and Senate, and on state issues, such as civil rights, immigration, reproductive rights, end-of-life options, and wildlife protection.
We meet each Monday from 9:30-11 am with one evening meeting per month.
We have a leadership team of seven led by president Sandra Dransfield.
We ask each member to make a dues payment based on her ability, with no minimum requirement. Our yearly budget is around $8,000, all from member contributions and matching funds from national Indivisible.
We are effective, efficient, have fun and are rewarded with the knowledge that we are making a tangible difference and that we are stronger when united. Our group has given us both hope and an important sense of community.