Thank you for joining us for NN4Y’s 2021 Virtual Hill Day on March 25, 2021, from 9 AM to 1 PM ET. The world is changing, and now more than ever, your voice is needed to help transform systems to prevent and end youth and young adult homelessness!
This unique virtual experience will allow Summit attendees to speak directly with lawmakers on Capitol Hill about the issues affecting youth and young adults experiencing homelessness and advocate for our collective policy agenda – all from your home or office! NN4Y is providing specific asks for the Members of Congress and Fact Sheet about our policy priorities.
Youth, service providers, homeless liaisons, and advocates from across the country will be attending our annual National Summit on Youth Homelessness and join our virtual Hill Day.
We are providing a coordinating webinar for all hill day participants on Tuesday, March 9 at 3 PM EST, where NN4Y will provide important information to ensure everyone schedules and is prepared for their meetings with time for attendees to meet with others from their state.
- As a state captain, you will be responsible for coordinating SENATE meetings for all registrants in your state. This means that you will be responsible for scheduling meetings with your Senators on behalf of your state’s attendees.
- You are NOT responsible for scheduling the meetings with the HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES from your state, but we ask that you encourage all attendees to schedule their own House meetings. Also, please schedule your House meeting and invite others from the state who are in the same district to join. You can find your Senators here and your Representatives here.
- You will be receiving a list of registrants from your state several times as more people register. Please use this list to coordinate the meetings and prepare meeting agendas in advance.
- An informational webinar for all hill day participants will occur on Tuesday, March 9 at 3 PM ET. The webinar will cover:
- The difference of virtual, generally.
- What our congressional asks are
- Provide time in breakout rooms with folks from your state to begin coordinating
- Time for Q&A to ask any questions you may have.
If you can attend, that will be a great time to kick off the coordination and planning with others from your state.