Be an advocate
Give plain language a voice. We can all speak up for plain language with our colleagues and in public.
- You can speak up for plain language on your own or on social media like Twitter and Facebook
- Participate in democracy with your input on new laws and regulations and other calls for public comment
- Become a member of the Center and help our community grow.
- Volunteer on a Center project to create plain language advocacy resources.
Be a supporter
Your financial support helps make the Center’s activities possible
Stay involved. Keep your membership up-to-date. Consider increasing your support for our advocacy work (See the membership levels.) Use these links to sign in and…