U.S. Pain Foundation Ambassador Network
Last week I joined the U.S. Pain Foundation Ambassador Program. The work the organization does for people with chronic pain is hands-on and at a government level. There are endless opportunities for you to support the organization with the time you have available. I have to learn how to do screenshots on MAC OS quickly, I’m attending a Webinar on Thursday. Melinda
Dear Junior Ambassador,
I would like to personally welcome you into the U.S. Pain family! By joining our Pain Ambassador Network, you are taking action and choosing to help us advocate on behalf of the pain community. Our goal is to support you and provide you with the tools needed to raise awareness.
The U.S. Pain Foundation is a nonprofit organization created by people with pain for people with pain. We want the experiences you have as a junior ambassador to be full of fun and excitement. Our mission is to educate, connect, empower, and advocate for pain warriors as well as their families, caregivers, and friends; the hard work and dedication of ambassadors like you is what allows us to fulfill this mission. We greatly appreciate the time, energy, and passion that you have chosen to dedicate towards raising awareness!
To thank you for your commitment as a volunteer, we will be sending you a starter package in the mail. We encourage you to use these resources to empower yourself.
As a junior ambassador, we would also like to offer you the opportunity to be promoted to be an official ambassador for U.S. Pain. Below, we have outlined the simple steps you can take to bring your awareness work to the next level.
- Complete three tasks on behalf of the U.S. Pain Foundation. These tasks can be done at your own speed. Here are some examples:
- Host an information/awareness table (contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information)
- Hand out U.S. Pain awareness resources
- Attend/listen to volunteer webinar updates
- Submit an advocacy letter (only one advocacy activity counts towards becoming an official ambassador)
- Participate in Pain Awareness Month (PAM) activities
- Host a fundraiser benefiting U.S. Pain
Getting credit: Each time you perform a task, take a photo or screenshot if possible and submit your participation via the designated form provided in the ambassador toolkit for the specified activity. Once you have completed these three tasks, you will then become an official ambassador for the U.S. Pain Foundation.
- When volunteering and representing U.S. Pain via email, we ask that you use a signature with a disclaimer. Please include the following information at the bottom of any email related to U.S. Pain:
Texas Junior Ambassador, U.S. Pain Foundation
DISCLAIMER: This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you are not the named addressee you should not disseminate, distribute or copy this email. Please notify the sender immediately by email if you have received this email by mistake and delete this email from your system. All content of this email, such as text, graphics, images, or any other material contained in this email are for informational purposes only. Any information provided by U.S. Pain Foundation is not intended for use as a substitute for professional advice. The foundation cannot diagnose or recommend treatment. U.S. Pain does not represent itself as being an authoritative entity; please consult a trained or certified professional with questions pertaining to medical, legal, and financial concerns. U.S. Pain functions as a resource organization with a mission to educate, connect, inform, and empower those living with pain while advocating on behalf of the entire pain community.
- Are you on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and/or Instagram? U.S. Pain Foundation is too! Below are helpful links which will take you to our social media pages! Like and follow the U.S. Pain Foundation on:
Your ambassador team regularly creates new tasks, activities, and projects for you to complete when you are feeling up to it or when you have time. Make sure you periodically check emails and the ambassador toolkit for new volunteer opportunities. Emails may come from any member of the U.S. Pain team and will be sent from official uspainfoundation.org email addresses.
Again, welcome aboard! We look forward to working with you in an effort to empower, educate, and raise awareness! If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, we are always available at email@example.com.
Director of the Ambassador Program