Single Payer Local Organizing Toolkit
Get involved: Join a Medicare for All Hub!
MassCare is working to build a network of local single-payer advocacy groups called “hubs” across the Commonwealth. The purpose of these hubs is to build support for Medicare for All within its district and to mobilize on behalf of single-payer legislation through neighbor-to-neighbor outreach, public education, and lobbying. Our goal is to have an active single payer hub in every State Representative district in the Commonwealth. Mass-Care’s Go! Team of experienced organizers support these hubs with a toolbox of resources, organizing ideas, and opportunities to talk with single payer advocates across the state. Click here for a full list of existing hubs to find a group in your area.
Don't see your district on the list? Click here to download our guide to starting your own single-payer hub.
Organizing Resources for Hubs
Frequently asked questions about the bills for improved Medicare for All in the Massachusetts state legislature (H.1184 and S.683)
Informational PowerPoint about the bills for improved Medicare for all
Activist toolkit for passing a local Medicare for All resolution in your town or city
Template for drafting a city or town resolution in support of Medicare for All
Mass-Care's primer on hub organizing from 2019 Boston Medicare for All Organizing Meeting
Powerpoint on the state of the single-payer movement in Massachusetts