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Inform Your Community

Fun Today. Change Tomorrow.


"People are busy. We want to learn about important issues, but we want to maximize our time and do it in a fun, social environment."


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Inform Your Community is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. As with all non-profits, your donation matters. Our programs on important topics and social issues rely on your support. Please Donate today. Our events are free, craft kits are free, and shipping is free. Your donation helps keep these free!


Here's what your contribution helps to support: 

  • $20 Covers the cost of materials and shipping for one Celebrate & Create Children's Craft kit 

  • $100 Supplies materials for one Craftivism Adult Crafting event

  • $250 Buys materials for hand-made products offered at one themed Smart Shopping events

  • $500 Helps us purchase movie licensing for our Popcorn & Chat Movie Night events

We appreciate any donation you can provide. Thank you!


Let us know what books you think will help others Get Informed by filling out this form:

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At Inform Your Community we maximize the power of authentic entertainment experiences to provide relevant impactful information to children and adults of all ages through fun, free, and meaningful events. These facilitate knowledge acquisition relevant to an informed electorate encompassed by the four C's: civics, civic engagement, civility, and civil rights. Inform Your Community is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.



We envision a future in which an informed electorate rejects the myth that we are a divided country.


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The study of the rights and duties of citizenship needed for understanding our role in government
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Individual and collective actions designed to identify and address issues of public concern
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Treating fellow citizens with respect and kindness in terms of civil rights and the law
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Personal rights guaranteed and protected by the U.S. Constitution and federal laws enacted by Congress


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“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”

- Helen Keller


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