Community Action Network

Rebuilding America, One Community at a Time

AFA’s Community Action Network is a community for Americans who are passionate about revitalizing the political process and civil society. The Community Action Network harnesses the compassion, energy, and concern of the politically disenfranchised and organizes events and service projects across America to help enhance community well-being and to develop next generation leaders.

It’s Time to act

The Community Action network  changes the way people interact with community problems and politics by bringing service oriented solutions, next generation leaders and dialogue to the political process. Action For America seeks highly motivated young professionals to become AFA community directors.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do campus directors do?

Community directors identify, organize, and empower the millions of Americans who are politically homeless and convenes them in regular dialogue through programing and service oriented initiatives. Together, these communities create opportunities for individuals to have a direct impact on our politics.

How do they do it?

  • Organize community service projects with an eye towards impacting public policy
  • Host events at city hall, libraries, or schools that invite citizens from all over the political spectrum to talk about critical policy issues
  • Lead voter registration campaigns
  • Invite speakers--including elected officials, professors, business leaders, policymakers and community members
  • Organize community members to lobby local, state, or federal elected officials.

How do I get involved?

If you are interested in becoming a community director, please fill out the survey below and Tyler Fisher, AFA’s program coordinator will be in touch shortly. Should you have any questions, please direct them to

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