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Health access advocate

Raise your voice for those living with PI

Join team IDF to advocate for those with PI

IDF health access advocates serve as the local voice to media and government officials and play a crucial role in advocating for legislative issues related to primary immunodeficiency (PI).


As a volunteer, you will work with IDF staff to schedule in-district meetings with government officials and maintain communication with IDF's public policy division. You’ll build relationships with the local media in order to submit IDF op-eds, letters to the editor, and pitches that promote or oppose legislation. You will also attend community events and maintain accurate records of your interactions. The time commitment is approximately 5-8 hours per month for at least one year.


Ideal volunteers for this position need the following qualities:

  • Passion for telling the story of PI to the public
  • Strong communication and customer relations skills
  • Ability to work well with a diverse staff, as well as elected officials and policymakers of all political parties and ideologies

Ready to volunteer?

Submit an application to become a part of our community of changemakers.