Resources

The Tobacco Endgame Center provides tools and resources to help you strengthen your campaign. These tools will help with your community organizing and engagement. Resources available here range from the Midwest Academy Strategy Charts to fact sheets and training webinars. Therefore, you can find what you need to help engage your community in policy and organizing campaigns focused on ending tobacco use in California.

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Case Studies and Success Stories

Community Engagement and Organizing

hidden Circles of Influence Worksheet

Circles of Influence Worksheet

Circles of Influence Worksheet Circles of Influence is a key tool in completing the Midwest Academy Strategy Chart (MASC). This tool will determine how a coalition can use its network and relationships to connect with and influence a decision maker (DM). Use the Circles of Influence (COI) tool to identify your allies and constituents to

Media Advocacy

hidden Sample Message to Your Legislator–Tobacco Kills Too Many

Sample Message to Your Legislator–Tobacco Kills Too Many

Subject: Tobacco Kills Too Many Californians To edit the text below, copy and paste the text into your email. Dear Assembly member (Name)/Senator (Name), Please help lead California to a healthier place by addressing the tragic harm done by tobacco and the tobacco industry in this state. While it is true that California has come

hidden Sample Letter to  the Editor–Teen Epidemic in COVID Pandemic

Sample Letter to the Editor–Teen Epidemic in COVID Pandemic

Subject: Topic The sample call to action is designed for coalition partners and community members. Tobacco tax funded projects cannot ask decisionmakers to pass tobacco control policies. Remember, when adding your personal connection, local ask and recent news stories, the letter should stay under 250 words, or the publisher’s requirements, which may be less. To

hidden Sample Letter to the Editor–Disproportionate Impact

Sample Letter to the Editor–Disproportionate Impact

Subject: Disproportionate Impact on Communities of Color and Impacts to Rural and Low-Income Californians The sample call to action is designed for coalition partners and community members. Tobacco tax funded projects cannot ask decisionmakers to pass tobacco control policies. Remember, when adding your personal connection, local ask and recent news stories, the letter should stay

hidden Sample Letter to the Editor–COVID-19 and Tobacco

Sample Letter to the Editor–COVID-19 and Tobacco

Subject: Topic The sample call to action is designed for coalition partners and community members. Tobacco tax-funded projects cannot ask decision makers to pass tobacco control policies. Remember, when adding your personal connection, local ask and recent news stories, the letter should stay under 250 words, or the publisher’s requirements, which may be fewer. To