Campus Partner Recruitment for Activation

Campus Partner Recruitment for Activation

Audience: community groups, nonprofits and grantees, businesses and vendors, and other organizations in your community who could help organize your activation

As you build your activation, bring in partner organizations from your community to expand your reach. Use this recruitment email to introduce your plans for Vote Early Day and start a dialogue for collaboration. 

Subject line: Partner with [Campus/Student Group] to Celebrate Vote Early Day 2024!

Hello [Name], 

I’m reaching out to ask [Organization Name] to join [Campus/Student Group] in celebrating Vote Early Day this fall!

Vote Early Day is a civic holiday started by media companies, nonprofits, technology platforms, election administrators, influencers, and businesses to give voters the tools and knowledge they need to cast their ballot early in a fun and engaging way. Through this tentpole day of action, organizations across the country are coming together to help Americans vote early and celebrate our democracy.

Voting early ensures that last-minute problems, long lines at the polls, voter disinformation, and confusing election laws can’t stop Americans from casting their ballot. Millions of Americans have options to vote ahead of Election Day by mail or in person, and we’re excited to be hosting an event to help ensure people in our community have the tools they need to cast their ballot early.

This year, Vote Early Day is scheduled for October 29th, the Tuesday before Halloween. [Campus/Student Group] is joining the movement to celebrate Vote Early Day because [insert your personal reason], and we’d love to have you join us. Our plan is to [insert activation plan]. We think you’d be a great fit by helping out with [best way for them to help].

Celebrating Vote Early Day would give [Organization Name] an opportunity to [how they would benefit from the celebration and contribute to the community].


Celebrating Vote Early Day would give the Chemistry Student Association an opportunity to make chemistry students’ voices heard in this election, expand your group’s reach on campus, and be part of a nationwide celebration. 

I’ll give you a call soon so we can talk more about what our collaboration could look like. In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions.

All the best, 

[Sender Name]

If you have encountered a problem with voting, please call this national nonpartisan hotline: 866-OUR-VOTE.