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More Is Caught Than Is Taught: Time Commitments on HAT

The Homeopathy Choice Insider

Hello!  We’re so glad you’re taking the time to join us for the 12th edition of the Homeopathy Choice Insider. We trust it’s been an eye-opening look at what we work so diligently to do, each week, at Americans for Homeopathy Choice.

If you’d like to read the summary of today’s report, scroll down to the end of this post!

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Outline:

  • The Homeopathy Action Team (HAT) consists of two main roles: State Captains and Congressional Leads.
  • The time commitment for a Congressional Lead is about 1-2 hours a week for the first six months of initial training and then an average of 1-2 hours per month.
  • The time commitment for a State Captain is about 3-4 hours a week for the first six months of training and then an average of 3-4 hours per month.
  • All the training and support you need is provided free of charge!
  • Volunteering with the HAT team not only helps us save homeopathy in the USA, it’s also a great way to engage your kids and set a positive example for your family, as many others are doing!
  • Are you ready to lead by example? Sign up for the HAT team now by clicking the button below!
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Summary of Today’s Episode:

On our Monday Insider, we’ve been talking about our grassroots advocacy team, the Homeopathy Action Team, or HAT for short, who work on building relationships with Congress at the Federal level. This week, I wanted to share one of the big questions we often get from potential HAT members. That question is: How much time will it take for me to be a part of HAT? Well, we have two main roles, and today, I will break down the time commitment for each. 


The first role we have on HAT is the Congressional Lead. The time commitment for these members is about 1-2 hours per week for the first six months of training and preparation as they prepare for Homeopathy on the Hill. Once training is completed, this team member can expect to volunteer an average of 1-2 hours per month. That’s about 15-30 minutes each week. Congressional Leads can work on their own or as part of a small team of other members from their district. Their goal is to build a relationship with their legislator’s office. And remember, all the training is provided! 


The other role we have at AFHC is the State Captain role. The time commitment for these team members is about 3-4 hours per week for the first six months of training and preparation for Homeopathy on the Hill. Once training is completed, you can expect to continue volunteering an average of 3-4 hours per month. The State Captain’s task is to organize and support their Congressional Leads, guiding them as they go through AFHC’s training program. Often, State Captains may answer questions, provide direction and give ongoing support to help ensure their success.


Ultimately, it’s not just about volunteering hours to help save homeopathy in the USA. This can be–and has already been for so many others–a family effort. We have many Congressional Leads and State Captains who set a fantastic example for their children. They are making advocacy work part of their family vision, their homeschool curriculum for their older kids, and their family values.


Remember, your kids and grandkids are watching! More is caught than is taught. Our children and grandchildren see what we are doing. Trust me, they ARE watching. 


We are talking so much about the HAT team because it is our most precious asset and the greatest chance we have at winning our fight to protect homeopathy in the USA. OK! That’s it for this week. Join us next week as we talk about some breaking information on our essential advocacy work.

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