Registration Fee – $25
Each participant must register individually due to specific information needed per participant.
Requests for refunds will be accepted through Monday, February 10, 2020.
Deadline to Register – Sunday, March 1, 2020
PCOS Advocacy Day will include:
- On Wednesday, March 11th – PCOS Advocacy Training Session from 1-5pm.
- On Thursday, March 12th – A morning briefing and training session from 8-10am, followed by meetings with participants’ members of Congress and Hill staff. PCOS Advocacy Day will conclude with a reception and debrief from 4-5:30pm.
All PCOS Advocacy Day attendees are encouraged to attend as private citizens. Visits are being scheduled using addresses provided in the registration form, which should be your home voting address. We aim to schedule three meetings for each participant (two with each of your Senate offices and one with your Representative’s office in the House). You will attend these meetings with other participants from your state and congressional district. Please note that PCOS Challenge cannot guarantee three meetings for all participants, especially those who register after Friday, February 28, 2020. After, or in-between your meetings, you are free to visit other offices of your choosing to drop-off constituent letters and/or PCOS Advocacy Day “leave behind” materials provided by PCOS Challenge.
PLEASE NOTE: Registering for PCOS Advocacy Day to meet with your legislators is a serious commitment. A great deal of work goes into scheduling the appointments. ONLY register if you know you can commit your full day on March 12, 2020. It is very important that you register as soon as possible so PCOS Challenge has adequate time to set up meetings with the offices of your members of Congress. Late registrations will be accepted, however, you are not assured that you will meet with the staff of one of your three elected officials.