Huh, weird. The difficulties of a service+organizing organization where the non-politicized public views the org as a good thing because of the serivce and is puzzled by its (“useless”) engagement in organizing, could be similar to (I imagine) challenges in more established unions where the union is nicely providing various workplace benefits from the employer to its members, but its nonpoliticized members have a hard time justifying the other side of the union – resources spent in political action and the broader union movement and organizing.