You Could Help the Next Rosa Parks Get Trained

We're sorry you won't be able to join us at the MoveOn Organizing Summit, but you can still play an extremely valuable part in the process. 

In 1955, Aubrey Williams was asked to chip in a few dollars to help a fellow activist travel to a grassroots leadership training, and he said yes. That activist was Rosa Parks, and just a few months after that confidence-building training, she courageously refused to surrender her seat on a Montgomery bus and helped spark the civil rights movement.

You could be the next Aubrey Williams to change history. Can you donate to the scholarship fund so that we can make sure that this generation's grassroots leaders get the training they need to change the world?