We’ve started 2018 with a bang here at INVOKE Malaysia with the start of our Bina Semula Negara 2.0 tours. So far, we have been to Penang, Kedah and Johor over the last 3 weeks.
‘Errr.. but I’ve heard my fair share of political events and talks..’; if that is YOU, we’ve created an activity just for YOU!
YB Rafizi Ramli will be touring the country over the next few months to activate and rejuvenate the local ground teams in a series of ‘Volunteer Activation Sessions’. Do join one of our ‘Volunteer Activation Sessions’ if you’re interested to learn about the importance of our volunteer machinery, to get better insights on the current political climate at your state and of course – to meet the man himself.
Our ‘Bina Semula Negara 2.0’ truck stops are more focused at getting the undecided voters to turn up – so please join us at our ‘Volunteer Activation Sessions’ instead; do bring your friends and family as well!
Do not fret if you’ve missed out on the last stop – we will be coming to a city near you in due time, so please do watch this space for more information on our next leg of the tour.
In December, our volunteers have clocked in at over 300 volunteer activities throughout the country. This includes our phone bank operations, canvassing and PACABA (polling and counting agents) recruitment.
In the last weekend itself, we gathered more than 80 volunteers in total to be trained in Johor Bahru and Ledang. This is an incredible achievement.
If you’re still unsure if the activities are a right cut for you, you can go on our link at http://volunteer.invokemalaysia.org to learn more of what INVOKE has to offer.
We have also started to roll out our ‘Volunteer Cards’ – each with a unique QR code in which will be scanned by your RFC at all the volunteer activities. We are still in the midst of testing it out, and if you’re keen to get your hands on one, speak to your RFC at the next phone bank / canvassing session.
Next week, we will explore in depth the operations and the importance of our phone bank operations as well as the need for more and more and more polling and counting agents throughout our marginal seats (we will also debunk several myths) in Malaysia.
Lastly – if you’re living in Negeri Sembilan or Melaka, do save these dates:
27th January 2018 – Negeri Sembilan: Chuah, Rantau & Seremban
28th January 2018 – Melaka: Jasin, Felda Semujuk, Air Molek & Tangga Batu
See you there, and don’t forget to request your volunteer cards from your Regional Field Coordinator!