A group of good-government organizations (including the Campaign for America's Future, the EPI Policy Center, Public Citizen, and Social Security Works) helps you tell your Congressfolk to expand Social Security benefits for future generations. Of course our government would like nothing so much as to take Social Security away from us and play dice with it on the stock market -- while telling us that things are just so bad that they can't keep their promise to give all Americans a safe and secure retirement -- but that's why you always play offense. And it wouldn't be tough to expand benefits -- merely lift the cap on payroll taxes such that income over $117,000 actually gets taxed for the purpose of paying into Social Security. (Oh, and I totally did say "keep their promise" just now to bait some right-wing troll into a pedantic rant about whether Congress ever really did "promise" the people anything about Social Security. Seriously, I wonder whether such folks ever get anywhere talking like that with their spouses or their kids.)
Meanwhile, Moms Rising helps you tell the government of Michigan to do right by the citizens of Flint, since that government's skinflint ways (see what I did there?) caused the water of Flint to be polluted with lead to begin with. Among other things, Moms Rising will help you tell Michigan to replace Flint's water infrastructure at no cost to its residents, refund all water bills since the fateful decision to switch to polluted Flint River water, and investigate the imbroglio without being hamstrung by any sense of "Executive Privilege" on the Governor's part -- because, again, the more you demand, the more you get. And what, exactly, is the reason not to replace Flint's water infrastructure? Because the state is "broke"? Spending on infrastructure is the surest way to get people working and spending again, since that is what gets economies moving. And the greatest health care development of the last century-plus has been clean water, and if Michigan citizens want to remain a free people, then the state needs to clean up the damn water. Sick people aren't free people.