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Urgent Actions

Show up for Racial Justice

We stand in solidarity with those who are speaking out and taking action for a more equitable and just country, and we ask all of you to do the same.

Approve 90

Pledge to stand up for Washington youth and vote to Approve 90 in November.

Support Family Planning Funding

Urge Hawaiʻi's elected officials to fully fund a state-run family planning program and keep Hawaiʻi healthy and safe.

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Speak Out

Record a video to share why reproductive health care matters to you.

Donate

Planned Parenthood is strong because you are strong. Keep Planned Parenthood strong for the people who need us, and for the challenges that lie ahead.

Join a Volunteer Team

Local volunteer teams, also known as Action Councils, will help us win more campaigns to protect our rights. Look for an Action Council in your area to join, or create your own! Action Councils are a chance to bring people together who care about similar things. 

Share your Story

You have the power to stop politicians from restricting access to your health care. Tell us what Planned Parenthood means to  you.

Volunteer with Us

We have volunteer opportunities in Alaska, Hawaiʻi, Idaho, and Washington!

Generation Action

Join or start a Planned Parenthood Generation Action group on your college campus.

Legislative Sessions

Get involved in your state's legislative session. Your legislators need to hear from you on the issues that matter.

Campaigns

Sex Ed in Washington 

The Washington State Legislature passed a vital bill to expand and improve our state’s sex education programs. Help us set the record straight on what SB 5395 does and what's already been the law in Washington.

Family Planning Funding in Hawaiʻi

Without enough funding, low-income people throughout Hawaiʻi will have to delay care or go without - risking their health and long-term economic security. We must ensure that people have the ability to access all preventive care, especially during this public health crisis.