New Power Leaders

Are you looking for ways to talk with your friends and neighbors about the issues you care about?

KFTC's New Power Leader program was born of the best of our ideas, skills, history, and lessons learned, and it's one of the ways we're deepening the impact of grassroots organizing. Members who are New Power Leaders learn to organize small clusters of people, helping them share in our vision for a better Kentucky, learn about KFTC's issues, and get involved in making change.

Who are New Power Leaders?

The New Power Leader Program is a way for members to take an important leadership role in KFTC. 

  • Help form a cluster of five folks and talk with them about KFTC and our work on issues at least four times a year.

Access your cluster records

Our New Power Leaders can now access member records for the people in their clusters. Click here to login!

We'd love your feedback

Click here to send us your questions, ideas, or feedback about our New Power Leader program.

Resources for organizing

Click here to visit a page full of resources and tools you can use today to help mobilize your cluster to action!

  • Be curious about the issues KFTC works on, so you can become an informed KFTC leader.

  • Be curious about learning new organizing and leadership skills, at your own pace.

  • Become a Sustaining Giver by contributing (at any level) on a monthly or quarterly basis, and encourage others to join KFTC and contribute as they can.

  • Channel your best ideas and biggest frustrations – and those of your cluster – back into KFTC, so KFTC continues to truly learn from and reflect our membership.

How do I get involved?

To become a New Power Leader, or to learn more about the program, talk with your local organizer, or send us an email and we'll be in touch.