We can do this together
New Zealand has always been a global leader in positive legal change. This is our chance to be on the right side of history.
We can change the law. We can legalise cannabis. We need your help to do it.
Every little action helps us get there. Here are some things you can do to help.
Spread the Word
1. Know the facts
2. Hear them out
3. Be patient
Follow, Comment, Like, Share
Our campaign has a strong presence in social media. Help our posts reach as many people as possible. Comment, Like, Follow but most importantly SHARE! This is how new people can find out why a YES vote is the right vote.
Show your support
By the September 19, 2020 Election and Referendum, we hope to see the MakeItLegal.NZ logo popping up across the country as much as possible!
Follow these simple steps to learn how to make a chalk stencil and start adding Make It Legal stencils around your suburb.
Don’t worry, chalk stencils wash away with the rain - but be careful to avoid putting them places that might upset public or property owners.
Billboards, banners, flags
By the September 19, 2020 Election and Referendum, we hope to see billboards, banners, and flags everywhere! Your fence, window, car aerial and front lawn are all prime spots to promote Make It Legal.
Get creative - make one at home! Get out the sewing machine, paints, or toolkit and make the best billboard, banner or flag in the street. Don’t forget to make one for your mum or koro as well.
Download a poster
Capture the moment
Show us how you’re supporting the YES vote. Take a photo and send it to us so we can show your hard work off to everyone.
Run a Picket
Help us spread the word of why a YES vote is the best vote.
If you think you and a couple of mates can run a picket, get in touch and we can help you get set up.
A picket involves standing on a busy main road with banners, for half hour at rush hour, encouraging people to toot in support. Its a great way to get visibility!
Host a speaker
Are you part of a club or group who would like a speaker to come and talk about cannabis law reform?
Contact us to arrange a speaker at your club or group.