GET INVOLVED

​Whether you are a current undergraduate or graduate student, an alum, a faculty or staff member, or a parent of a student, there are many ways to help Princeton divest from fossil fuels.

3 Actions, 3 Minutes

1.

Sign our Open Letter to President Eisgruber and pledge to withhold donations until Princeton divests. If you would like to donate to other organizations that expand access to higher education, check out this list compiled by Princeton alumni working in education.

2.

Share our Open Letter with 3 Princetonians. Use our Divestment Elevator Pitch if you need help.

3.

Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook

Have another minute?

4.

Email President Eisgruber, the Resources Committee, and the Board of Trustees to make your voice heard. Feel free to use these email templates.

5.

Email your Class Officers to share information about Divest Princeton's proposal with your class. Find your Class Officers' emails here. Class Officers have used this template to share information.

6.

Respond to Annual Giving's calls, emails, and letters explaining why you won't donate this year. When AG receives many messages like these, the news can make its way to the Board of Trustees, which makes the final call on divestment. If you fill out the AG slip, send us a picture too!

WANT TO DO MORE?

7.

Attend and share our events. See past events here with Bill McKibben, Stephen Heintz, President of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and others. Check back here or follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to learn about future events.

8.

Support Divest Princeton in a magazine, blog or newspaper by writing an op-ed - experts and non-experts both welcome! See our Press page for op-eds from Dr. Elizabeth Haase '85, Victoria Higgins '16, Graham Turk '17, and others.

9.

Divest and reinvest your own assets! Learn how to divest and reinvest along with other Princetonians in organizations committed to social and environmental justice here.

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PLANNING MEETINGS:

We meet on MONDAYS at 6 PM EST via Zoom. Undergrads, graduate students, alumni, faculty and staff are all welcome! Email ffdivestprinceton@gmail.com to join and be added to our Slack.

POWER HOUR ACTION MEETINGS:

We usually meet on FRIDAYS at NOON EST via Zoom. Email ffdivestprinceton@gmail.com to join us!  

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