Incorporating the Civility 'Tools'
Into Your Organization's Culture

If you’re interested in talking to an organization about passing a resolution for civility or writing a letter to support using the 9 tools of civility, the following samples can help you find a starting point. These examples represent the type of language various Sisters area associations, boards and businesses are using. You are free to use the language presented here; but you don’t have to.

To keep the Sisters Country Civility Project as meaningful as possible and as reflective of our community as possible, C4C supports having local groups tailor their resolutions and possibly even add a 10th civility "tool" that speaks specifically and genuinely to the work and values of their organization.

[To view or download the sample documents, either click on the images on this page or click on the text links above.]

In addition, if you would like a member of C4C to talk to your group or organization, we’re happy to do that, too. Simply Contact Us.

This resolution helps the SOQS leadership and volunteers walk our talk of serving our community through civility, understanding and cooperation.”
— Rosie Horton, Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show Board Co-Chair
  • SAMPLE RESOLUTIONS  (Simply click on the image above to view or download the sample resolutions.)  

• SAMPLE RESOLUTIONS (Simply click on the image above to view or download the sample resolutions.)  

  • SAMPLE PLEDGE OF SUPPORT  (Click on the image above to view or downloadthe sample pledge.)

• SAMPLE PLEDGE OF SUPPORT (Click on the image above to view or downloadthe sample pledge.)

  • SAMPLE LETTER OF SUPPORT  (Click on the image above to view or download the sample letter.)

• SAMPLE LETTER OF SUPPORT (Click on the image above to view or download the sample letter.)