CapitolRiver Council’s success depends upon the participation of people like you. Help the downtown community thrive: take action and get involved! Here are five easy ways:
1) Subscribe to CapitolRiver Council’s weekly E-newsletter
Our weekly e-newsletter includes links to news articles about our neighborhood and invitations to upcoming events and meetings. If you don’t receive the newsletter already, sign up today!
2) Donate to CapitolRiver Council
Please consider prioritizing CapitolRiver Council in your charitable giving this year. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, all donations are tax deductible – and all contributions go directly into the downtown community. Make a secure online donation today, or contact our office for more information.
3) Join a Committee or Task Force
CapitolRiver Council has several committees and task forces that work on issues facing our community. Anyone who lives, works, or owns property downtown can join! Peruse the list of committees to find one that interests you and come to its next meeting!
4) Become a Building Captain
Help spread the word about community events and meetings by posting flyers in your building or forwarding email invitations to everyone in your office or residential building! Captains also act as CapitolRiver Council’s primary contact for downtown buildings, should we want to get input from you and your neighbors about an issue that will specifically affect you. Sign up today!
5) Volunteer for CapitolRiver Council
CapitolRiver Council has only one staff person, so volunteers are very important to the organization. Volunteer opportunities arise throughout the year and include things like: assistance in the office, working at community events, and updating our database or other records. Join our team of volunteers to be informed of upcoming opportunities. Contact us if you are interested!
Connect with us on social media to stay up to date on what’s going on in your downtown community. This is a great way to get up to the minute news on important news, special offers, and reminders about our many community meetings.