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If you are a nonprofit, a business, an individual or a group of like-minded friends, and you want to make a direct contribution to this cause, the time is NOW.

The campaign has a place for anyone and everyone wishing to help, at whatever level they may be comfortable.  Here are four levels of support ambassadors can choose from (and level-up / level-down as convenient to them):


In addition to sending in your petition (and those of your friends and family), Level 1 Ambassadors ***SPREAD THE WORD***

  • Subscribe to email updates and follow the campaign on social media and share, share, share!

  • Become familiar with the FAQs on our homepage and be able to answer why we need a constitutional amendment and what it will do for our waters.

  • Share information with organizations and businesses you support and invite them to register as a supporting organization / active group helping to collect petitions.  If they're not onboard (yet), ask why!  Let us know if they need a meeting or presentation to answer any questions or concerns they may have.


In addition to Level 1 Support, Level 2 Ambassadors ***COLLECT PETITIONS***

  • Help organize / support local petitioning efforts in your community.  Grab some friends and volunteer a couple-few hours each weekend!  (Level 2 Ambassadors receive a t-shirt!)

  • Or, if you're a business or organization with a physical location, become a "petition location" where people can go to sign / drop off their petitions.

  • Make sure to deliver all collected petitions to your regional coordinator / county captain or a Level 3 ambassador in a timely manner.  If no one has picked up / received the signed petitions you have, email


In addition to Level 2 Support, Level 3 Ambassadors ***PROCESS PETITIONS***

  • Help process petitions!  Collect them from volunteers and/or petition locations, review them for any correctible mistakes, and submit them to county Supervisor of Elections offices.  (May require a letter of authorization from the campaign.) 

  • Finally, ensure numbers are accurately and timely reported according to your region's instructions.  Each region may have someone different reporting in numbers, so please ensure they're not over / under-reported.  Scroll down below to find report links.

  • Also in this category are ambassadors who directly help with communication operations, which may entail writing letters to the editor, op-eds, giving presentations, or communicating with potential supporters to raise funds or other forms of tangible support.


Well versed in all levels of support, Level 4 ambassadors ***DIRECTLY SUPPORT THE CAMPAIGN*** as county captains:

  • Maintain connection with and support to all petitioning operations, to include working with the campaign to fulfill logistical needs and track all signed petitions.

  • Support opportunities in communication operations, when possible, to help raise awareness and support in your area; for example, outreach efforts to potential supporting organizations, businesses and local governments.

  • Stay in solid contact with your regional coordinator / campaign coordinator to ensure everyone is well supported in your area. #Leadership

In order to accomplish our mission, we have to start with the end in mind and work backwards.  Vision:  Over 60% of Florida voters elect to amend our constitution in 2024 with the fundamental right to clean water.  To qualify for the ballot, we need over 900k printed and signed petitions verified by county Supervisors of Elections, submitted by November 30th, 2023.  

Campaign operations in brief:

  • The Florida Right to Clean Water campaign is divided up into six regions:  Northwest, North, West Central, East Central, Southwest and Southeast.  Check out this page to see which counties are in which regions, and don't hesitate to contact your regional coordinator if you have any questions or concerns (or thoughts or ideas).  

  • When you connect with your regional coordinator, you'll get a run-down of what to expect:  How the campaign will be providing you with communications and logistical support, who else will be part of the Unite for Clean Water effort in your area (so you can combine forces / synchronize as you'd like), etc.  They'll also ensure you have access to all the training and information you need for successful efforts.

  • When you feel comfortable and ready to go, you are encouraged to take the initiative in whatever event or effort you believe is helpful to achieve our signature goals.  To note, every county has its own numbers, but 1) more-active counties may have to help less-active counties, and 2) concentration of time and energy may depend on what the congressional district map looks like, whenever that gets determined.

  • In order to give ALL participants the most up-to-date, accurate picture of where we are (in numbers) and how far we have to go, we ask that every person / business / organization responsible for collecting signatures submits a weekly report (if you have something to report, of course).  Your regional coordinators and county / area captains will have access to these reports in order to keep an eye on the latest numbers.

So, friends, that's how it'll work!  We provide the structure and support, you pick up this ball of opportunity and run with it.  This is where we're putting our trust and confidence in our fellow Floridians, and -- knowing how much we all love and need our waters in this beautiful state, we believe we can all make this happen -- together.

Let us know if you have any questions!

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