Help us Save the Post Office!

The Save the Post Office Coalition represents over 300 public interest groups that came together when Louis DeJoy was appointed Postmaster General and began slowing down the mail. We are fighting to protect and expand the postal service, but we can’t do it alone.

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What We’re Calling For

We are calling on the President to fill the postal board of governors with appointees committed to protecting and expanding the postal service, make a speech laying out a vision for the future of the post office as a community hub for services, and name a postal “czar” to lead on that vision. We are calling on Congress to remove artificial barriers to USPS’s success, and enable the postal service to bring in new revenue streams like postal banking. 

Who We Are

The coalition’s membership includes over 300 organizations that range from national groups like Public Citizen, ACLU, NAACP, Indivisible, MoveOn, Color of Change, the American Postal Workers Union, National Farmers Union, VoteVets, and RuralOrganizing.org, to state groups like Mainers for Accountable Leadership, Alaska PIRG, and Kentuckians for the Commonwealth.

How You Can Help

The Save the Post Office coalition is hosted by the Take on Wall Street project of Americans for Financial Reform. Join the email list to get updates on our progress and find out what you can do to protect and expand the post office for future generations.

Here are 3 OTHER things you can do:

1. Find out why postal banking is key to saving the post office here.

2. Follow us and spread the word on Twitter and Facebook!

3. Support our fight to save the post office here.