ORGANIZE A MOM POWER SUMMIT: TOOLKIT
Organize a Mom Power Summit to thank your mayor and city council for steps they have taken and encourage them to do more.
As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic, our events and meetings with elected officials are primarily virtual. All in-person events are held in compliance with local public health guidance. Keeping our families safe while we engage with our elected officials is our top priority.
What is a Mom Power Summit?
A mom power summit is a locally organized Moms Clean Air Force event that brings together our membership and local leaders to bring attention to issues and policy that impact clean air and children’s health. The goal of this day of action is to amplify the message of fighting for clean air and protecting children’s health.
While events may differ in size and type, common components include:
- Mom Power Summit Proclamation from your city.
- Invite local moms, dads, and other friends of climate to participate.
- Invite local children to become “Mayor for a Day” and write their clean air wishes to city hall.
- Invite one or two local speakers to talk about how your city is advocating for clean air OR a topic related to clean air and children’s health.
Mom Power Summit Resources:
The Moms Are Coming
Letter of Introduction
Guide to Meeting with Your Mayor
What Cities Can Do About Air Pollution and Climate Change
All Aboard: Joining Boards and Commissions
Mom Power Summit Proclamation
Please get in touch, and we’d be happy to coordinate and send additional resources for your event.
AMPLIFY WITH SOCIAL MEDIA
Tell our Million Moms what you are doing in your city and at your summit.
When posting photos or videos to social media, please use our event hashtags:
State-specific hashtag: #MomPowerSummit[state abbreviation], e.g., #MomPowerSummitPA
Additional option: #localleadersforcleanair
Please also stream your events live on Facebook and Twitter.
TELL US YOUR STORY
Please tell us why you are taking action today: Does your child have asthma or other illness exacerbated or caused by pollution? Is your neighborhood polluted? Do you care about climate change? Have you joined a local board or commission? Tell us about it.