Take action on school funding:
Send a letter!

Send a letter to your elected officials! You can write a letter on your own, or we have an easy-to-download and print template that

Step 1: Write and sign

Two options to create a letter:

Click here to download and print a letter in Word document format. Feel free to personalize it with an explanation of why funding public schools is important to you personally!
(Don’t have Word? Full text of the template letter is at the bottom of this page.)

Or, write a letter of your own telling your elected officials what you want them to do related to public school funding and why it’s important to you.

Step 2: Mail it

Two options for mailing:

Mail to UnifiEd. We are collecting letters from the community via mail and door-to-door canvassing to hand deliver to your officials. This ensures your letter doesn’t get lost in their inboxes and stands alongside many others in the community as a shared voice! (It also holds our officials accountable by making the volume of support they received public.)

Mail to: UnifiEd
1609 McCallie Ave.
Chattanooga, TN 37404

Or, mail directly to your elected officials. Here are their addresses:

County Commission

Attention: Your commissioner
401 Courthouse
625 Georgia Ave.
Chattanooga, TN 37402

County Mayor

Jim Coppinger
208 Courthouse
625 Georgia Ave.
Chattanooga, TN 37402

School Board

Attention: Your board member
3074 Hickory Valley Rd.,
Chattanooga, TN 37421

Who should I write?

Look up who your elected officials are and get their contact information.