3 Ways To Get Involved:

#1: Be Informed.

  Sign up to join the FCC in its efforts to protect Florida's land, waters, & wildlife.

 When you join our email list, we consider you part of the FCC family. With your FREE membership you'll receive action alerts and updates from the Coalition with information on how you can help Florida's environment! To stay up-to-date on Florida's environmental issues, make sure to check the box to sign up for our daily news brief. You'll receive condensed versions of hand picked news stories to your inbox each morning.

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During session, we track legislation related to Florida’s environment as it moves through the House and Senate. By selecting ‘citizen advocate team’ subscription, you will receive regular updates on the progression of bills. See past legislative updates here.

#2: Become a Citizen Advocate.

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Inform your Representative

Using our Citizen Advocacy Toolkit, educate your local elected officials on environmental topics that are impacting your community. To get you started, the Citizen Advocacy Guide provides pro-tips for holding effective meetings. Other tools include talking points on our priority campaigns, legislative committee information, and contact information for your representatives.



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Donate By Mail

The FCC is charged fees for each donation it receives online. If you would like to donate to the FCC by mail, please send a check to 1000 Friends of Florida at the address below. In order for the FCC to receive the check, you must include a note with your check indicating that the donation is for the Florida Conservation Coalition.

1000 Friends of Florida
P.O. Box 5948
Tallahassee, FL 32314-5948


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1000 Friends of Florida is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information for 1000 Friends of Florida may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352) within the State or by visiting their website at this link (Click Here). Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the State. 1000 Friends of Florida does not sell or trade mail lists or distribute information about donors.

FCC's Citizen Advocacy Program was inspired by Senator Bob Graham's experience as an elected official and the citizens who affected his policy positions while in office. We believe in the importance of citizens building personal relationships with their elected officials, and using that familiarity to more effectively advocate for the environment.