Join WWF for

Lobby Day 2021

March 9-10, 2020


The future of nature is at stake. As constituents and citizens, it's up to us to share our concerns and hopes for conservation and to hold our elected leaders accountable.

WWF's Lobby Day is a two-day event that culminates with one-on-one meetings on Capitol Hill to influence lawmakers on WWF's conservation priorities. Before taking to the hill, participants will receive immersive training on the most effective ways of being citizen advocates, and how best to communicate WWF's top priorities to their elected officials.

Additional sign-up and registration information to be released shortly.

How WWF Will Prepare You for Lobby Day

2019 Lobby Day Training - particpants in conference room

After you register for Lobby Day and are confirmed to attend, you will work closely with WWF staff to develop talking points and prepare for meetings with Congressional offices.

The two-day experience kicks off on Monday, March 9th with a training day. This training at WWF's headquarters in Washington, DC will cover a review of how Congress functions, offer practice briefing sessions, and get a policy guide specific to the meetings they will embark on the following day. Participants will be grouped with three to five other activists with whom they’ll attend meetings on Lobby Day. A panel of WWF staff will present overall strategy and answer any questions. By the end of the day, activists will feel comfortable and confident about speaking with representatives and sharing WWF's environmental priorities.

On Lobby Day (Tuesday, March 10th), groups will congregate on Capitol Hill for a day of meetings with legislators at the US Capitol Building.

Mark Your Calendar

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    Wednesday, February 12, 12:00 P.M. EST

    Dive into broader messaging that will be helpful in Lobby Day meetings.

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    Thursday, February 20, 12:00 P.M. EST

    Review talking points and the need for strong US Climate Policies.

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    Tuesday, February 25, 12:00 P.M. EST

    Learn how you can prepare for Hill meetings in advance of your arrival in DC.

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    Monday, March 9, 9:00 A.M.–5:00 P.M. EST

    WWF staff will work closely with attendees to prepare them for their congressional meetings on Lobby Day. We will review talking points and walk through personalized Lobby Day agendas.

    World Wildlife Fund Headquarters
    1250 24th St NW
    Washington, DC 20037

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    Tuesday, March 10, 9:00 A.M.–5:00 P.M. EST

    Advocates will arrive on Capitol Hill for a day of meetings with congressional representatives and staff.

    United States Capitol
    E. Capitol St. NE and First St. SE
    Washington, DC 20004

Book your stay

A limited number of rooms have been reserved at the Hyatt Place Washington DC/Georgetown/West End which is approximately 0.3 miles from the WWF office. The rate is $239 per night plus applicable taxes.

Hyatt Place Washington DC/West End/Georgetown
2121 M St.
Washington DC, 20037

Make your reservation. You may also call Hyatt Reservations at (800)-992-0698 and mention the group code, G-WRWI. You should identify yourself as a member of the World Wildlife Fund group. The discounted rate is available until February 17, or until the block is filled.

Become a WWF Lobby Day Team Lead

We are looking for volunteers to serve as Team Leaders. As a Team Leader, you will gain valuable leadership experience by helping prepare participants for their legislative appointments, and you’ll act as the main contact between WWF and your group on Lobby Day.
Team Leads are responsible for:

  • Knowing background and relevant positions of assigned legislators (provided by WWF)
  • Leading your team from one assigned legislative meeting to the next throughout the day
  • Introducing your group as a WWF delegation
  • Steering the general discussion of the meeting and bringing a "leave behind" folder
  • Reporting back on out how the meetings went after Lobby Day

Team Leads are NOT responsible for recruiting teams, and are NOT required to do all the talking. The discussion should be constituent driven, with different people speaking to various talking points.

Interested in being a Team Lead? Email: [email protected] today and let us know.


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