How to Start Your Chapter
Campus Chapters are one of the most effective ways to bring change to your community. You are already surrounded by your greatest allies - your peers! All you need to do is mobilize them to action.
Get Up and Running
You probably have a lot of questions about what advocacy looks like in your community. Let’s get down to some basics and have a quick civics lesson in Texas Government and then get into how you can get involved.
How to use this toolkit
Think of this site as a tool chest full of ideas and examples, not a rigid step by step guide.
Your chapter is meant to be lead by YOU with the goal of meeting YOUR campus’ individual and unique needs. You won’t find a “one size fits all” manual here, but rather a hub of best practices and tools to make your own.
Split into 3 easy sections, this toolkit will provide you resources on how to start your Deeds Not Words campus chapter, get it running, and a variety of templates that will save you time and help you amplify your efforts.
Since this is a living toolkit -- you will have an opportunity to play a key role in the shaping of our campus chapters. Have an idea or a best practice you want your neighboring schools to know about? Let us know!