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  •  Cincinnati Indivisible

    Cincinnati Indivisible

    501c4. Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Cincinnati Indivisible is a youth led and youth formed nonprofit organization dedicated to opposing the Trump agenda in the Cincinnati region.

  •  FIRM Action

    FIRM Action

    Activity status unknown.

    FIRM Action is a national effort of individuals & grassroots orgs to build support for humane comprehensive immigration reform.

  •  Foot Soldiers for Democracy

    Foot Soldiers for Democracy

    Activity status unknown.

    Foot Soldiers for Democracy, an initiative of Black Youth Vote!, will recruit and train minority youth to serve as poll workers and poll monitors.

  •  Indivisible Clemson

    Indivisible Clemson

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We are a newly formed group of concerned citizens from South Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District coming together to actively resist the Trump agenda. Our model is the Indivisible Guide.

  •  Indivisible of Kirkland Washington

    Indivisible of Kirkland Washington

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible Kirkland is deeply committed to local action. We value a community where where all voices are heard, where hate has no place, where the sick and struggling are supported, where the planet is treated as precious, and where democracy is strong.

    We utilize all levels of government to implement this vision – federal, state, and local. Our group is actively engaged with the community: with our elected officials, with other organizations, with sister Indivisible groups, with businesses, and with concerned citizens looking for support.

  •  Indivisible Outer Cape

    Indivisible Outer Cape

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    In order to preserve our democracy, Indivisible Outer Cape (IOC) supports and empowers people who live on the Outer Cape and facilitates their political engagement. Indivisible Outer Cape is a non-partisan local entity, affiliated with the nationwide Indivisible network. Our members are a diverse group of citizens and U.S. residents who want fairness, decency and equality to dominate our country’s discourse and policies. We believe our participation in activism and the political process are key to achieving these goals. We will support our representatives when they stand for these ideals and hold them accountable when they do not. Some of us are first-time activists and others have been at the forefront of civic action for decades. We learn from and support each other.

  •  Indivisible Tuscaloosa

    Indivisible Tuscaloosa

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible Tuscaloosa. We the people are the vocal super-majority. Resist Trump, Resist Putin, Roll Tide.

  •  Revive My Vote

    Revive My Vote

    Founded in 2013. Activity status unknown.

    William & Mary Law School students and faculty, along with the Williamsburg Bar Association, started Revive My Vote in 2013 to help eligible Virginians regain the right to vote. Revive My Vote is a nonpartisan project that provides free and confidential assistance to anyone interested in restoring their right to vote. Revive My Vote is grateful to the Knight Foundation for financial support and to the Rights Restoration Office in Richmond for its cooperation.

  •  Texas Democratic Party

    Texas Democratic Party

    Activity status unknown.

    The Official Facebook of the Texas Democratic Party. We fight for a fair shot for all hard working Texans.

  •  The Center for Anti-Violence Education CAE

    The Center for Anti-Violence Education CAE

    Activity status unknown.

    The Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE) develops and implements comprehensive violence prevention programs for individuals and organizations. Through a combination of education, physical empowerment, and leadership development, CAE provides underserved communities throughout the New York metropolitan area with skills to break cycles of violence.

  •  The National LGBTQ Task Force

    The National LGBTQ Task Force

    Founded in 1973. Activity status unknown.

    We’re building a future where everyone is free to be themselves in every aspect of their lives. Today, despite all the progress we’ve made to end discrimination, millions of LGBTQ people face barriers in every aspect of their lives: in housing, employment, healthcare, retirement, and basic human rights. These barriers must go. That’s why the Task Force is training and mobilizing millions of activists across our nation to deliver a world where you can be you.

  •  The New Agenda

    The New Agenda

    501c4. Founded in 2008. Activity status unknown.

    The New Agenda is a 501c4 and The New Agenda Foundation is a 501c3 organization dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls by bringing about systemic change in the media, at the workplace, at school and at home.

  •  The New York Women’s Foundation

    The New York Women’s Foundation

    Founded in 2009. Activity status unknown.

    The New York Women’s Foundation supports organizations and programs that promote economic well-being and independence of women, girls, and gender fluid individuals living at or below the poverty level by providing greater access to education, job training, employment, business development/entrepreneurship, asset building, and work supports for individuals while also working to achieve economic justice.

  •  The Youth Justice Coalition

    The Youth Justice Coalition

    Founded in 2012. Activity status unknown.

    The Youth Justice Coalition works to build a youth-led movement to end police violence, mass incarceration and criminalization of youth of color in L.A and abroad.

  •  Tioga County Democratic Committee

    Tioga County Democratic Committee

    Activity status unknown.

    We support Democratic candidates and work to advance the principles of the Democratic Party.

  • #cut50

    #cut50

    Activity status unknown.

    #cut50,­ an initiative of The Dream Corps­, is a national bipartisan effort to reduce the number of people in our prisons and jails while making our communities safer.

  • #ItsBiggerThanYou

    #ItsBiggerThanYou

    Activity status unknown.

    #ItsBiggerThanYou is an organization, that provides a platform to support positive social change. Our aim is to uplift, inform and empower communities using the agency of youth advocacy, and radical activism. We aim to teach from the ground up, to eradicate systematic oppression and disenfranchisement of people of color. Through education, awareness and empowerment within our communities. We choose to focus our beauty, power, and potential through sustainable methods of activism and revolution.

  • #Resist

    #Resist

    Activity status unknown.

    Concerned about where things are heading? You’re not alone. Join others who care about what’s happening to democracy, human rights, social justice, equality, sustainability, and other issues in your area. It’s ok if you’ve never been to a protest, march, or town hall - start here. You really can make a difference.

  • #VOTEPROCHOICE

    #VOTEPROCHOICE

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Since 2016, #VOTEPROCHOICE has helped prochoice voters find prochoice champions in every election everywhere. Find your prochoice champions today!

  • 159 Georgia Together

    159 Georgia Together

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a group of committed individuals primarily based in Georgia. We have members in almost every one of Georgia’s 159 counties and supporters throughout the country. We met one another initially through a private offshoot from Pantsuit Nation on Nov. 5, 2016. Post-election, the collective desire for change in, and protection of, our humanity has created a growing and interconnected network of members. Together, we are working virtually and in person to bring change to Georgia, one county at a time.

  • 18MR

    18MR

    Activity status unknown.

    Activating Asian America.

  • 2 Hours A Week

    2 Hours A Week

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    We are a community fostering a new level of civic engagement following the 2016 election by offering you 2 hours a week of tangible action.

  • 350.org

    350.org

    Founded in 2008. Activity status unknown.

    350.org is a grassroots global movement working to unite the world around solutions to the climate crisis—the solutions that science & justice demand.

  • 5 Calls

    5 Calls

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Calling members of Congress is the most effective way to have your voice heard. Calls are tallied by staffers and the count is given to your representatives, informing them how strongly their constituents feel about a current issue. The sooner your reach out, the more likely it is that your voice will influence their position.

  • 50/50 day

    50/50 day

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    A global day of film screenings, discussions, and a global Q&A around how to get to a more gender-balanced world in all sectors of society, from the economy and politics to culture and home.

  • A Way Home Washington

    A Way Home Washington

    Activity status unknown.

    A Way Home Washington is a growing movement dedicated to ensuring these young people receive the support, care, and resources they need to overcome these barriers. We have one goal: preventing and ending youth homelessness in Washington state.

  • AAAJ-Atlanta

    AAAJ-Atlanta

    Activity status unknown.

    Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta’s mission is to protect and promote the civil rights of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders in Georgia and the Southeast through policy advocacy, legal services, civic engagement, and leadership development. Our vision is a social movement where individuals are fully empowered, active in civic life, and working together to promote equity and fair treatment for all.

  • ACCIPP

    ACCIPP

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    A regional coalition focused on those who work with or are concerned about children of incarcerated parents.

  • ACE-Naperville

    ACE-Naperville

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Born out of the Women’s March in January, 2017, ACE-Naperville is a progressive, grassroots group based in the western suburbs of Chicago. Our main areas of concern include health, education, and welfare; the environment; human rights; federal and state budgets; and campaigns and candidates.

  • ACLU

    ACLU

    Founded in 1920. Activity status unknown.

    For nearly 100 years, the ACLU has been our nation’s guardian of liberty, working in courts, legislatures, and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and the laws of the United States guarantee everyone in this country.

  • ACLU of Arizona

    ACLU of Arizona

    501c4. Founded in 1958. Activity status unknown.

    The ACLU of Arizona is the state’s premier guardian of liberty, working daily in the courts, the Legislature and communities statewide to defend and preserve individual rights and freedoms guaranteed to all.

  • ACLU of Florida

    ACLU of Florida

    501c4. Founded in 1965. Activity status unknown.

    The American Civil Liberties Union of Florida is freedom's watchdog, working daily in the courts, legislatures and communities to defend individual rights and personal freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

  • ACLU of Kentucky

    ACLU of Kentucky

    Activity status unknown.

    The ACLU of Kentucky has more than 8,000 members statewide. It is governed by a Board of Directors elected by the membership and its work is accomplished through a network of volunteers, coordinated by a staff of seven working out of its Louisville office.

  • ACLU of Maryland

    ACLU of Maryland

    Founded in 1931. Activity status unknown.

    The Maryland ACLU works to ensure that all people in the state of Maryland are free to think and speak as they choose and can lead their lives free from discrimination and unwarranted government intrusion. We are guided in our work by the United States Bill of Rights and the Maryland Declaration of Rights. The Maryland ACLU acts without partisanship to achieve these goals.

  • ACLU of NEVADA

    ACLU of NEVADA

    Founded in 1966. Activity status unknown.

    Started in 1966, the ACLU of Nevada is a non-partisan organization that works to defend and advance the civil liberties and civil rights all Nevadans. Grounded in the principles of liberty, justice, democracy and equality, the ACLU of Nevada works in three areas: public education, advocacy, and litigation when necessary.

  • ACLU of New Jersey

    ACLU of New Jersey

    501c4. Founded in 1920. Activity status unknown.

    The ACLU of New Jersey works to defend liberty throughout our state. We are involved in litigation and advocacy on behalf of individuals, and we lobby on scores of bills in the state legislature and local councils. In addition, the ACLU is active in many public education and community organizing projects.

  • ACLU of Pennsylvania

    ACLU of Pennsylvania

    Activity status unknown.

    Founded in 1920, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is the nation's foremost guardian of liberty. We are a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to defending and protecting our individual rights and personal freedoms.

  • ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties

    ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties

    501c4. Activity status unknown.

    SDACLU is a 501c4 org that defends and preserves the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution and US laws.

  • ACLU of Virginia

    ACLU of Virginia

    Activity status unknown.

    Defending individual liberties and advancing civil rights in Virginia.

  • Act 100

    Act 100

    Activity status unknown.

    This is a group for people committed to taking action during the 100 days leading up to the Midterms. We'll be suggesting actions, but feel free to take your own.

  • Action Alliance

    Action Alliance

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    We are a loosely federated group of organizations that, in the wake of the 2016 election, are sharing daily or weekly calls to action. We came together to connect, coordinate, and create greater impact.

  • Action Corps

    Action Corps

    Activity status unknown.

    We are disrupting global inequality by transforming passion into effective advocacy. Focuses: Climate ChangeConflict

  • Action Corps NYC

    Action Corps NYC

    Founded in 2011. Activity status unknown.

    Volunteer-run group disrupting inequality by transforming passion into effective advocacy.

  • Action for a Better Tomorrow

    Action for a Better Tomorrow

    Activity status unknown.

    Determined to make a difference, not just through action but through better action. Action takes a different approach to civic engagement: through our vetted, meticulously-researched actions and our trainings and seminars, we empower our members to be more informed, prepared and ready to create a better world for future generations.

  • Action for Justice IL

    Action for Justice IL

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a grassroots organization dedicated to taking meaningful action for positive change. IL14/6.

  • Action Group Network

    Action Group Network

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    The Action Group Network is a nationwide network of action groups dedicated to moving the country progressively forward in the wake of a divisive election.

  • Action NC

    Action NC

    Activity status unknown.

    Action NC’s mission is to confront and reduce the root causes of poverty, underdevelopment, and social and economic inequality through grassroots education, training, organization and mobilization. We organize in poor and working-income communities full of talented and committed people looking for an opportunity to work together to build a stronger and more secure future. We reach out to them in a variety of ways to offer them the opportunity to join, organize, fight, and win.

  • Action St. Louis

    Action St. Louis

    Founded in 2014. Activity status unknown.

    Founded in 2014, we are a Black-led organizing collective working to build political power in St. Louis.

  • Action Together Massachusetts

    Action Together Massachusetts

    Activity status unknown.

    Action Together Massachusetts (ATMA) is a women-founded and women-led organization working to support and strengthen the ideals of American democracy. Our goal is to create a politically and socially engaged community that holds itself, elected officials, and institutions accountable for fulfilling the promise of our diverse, democratic nation.

    To achieve this, we provide and encourage a variety of civic and legislative actions, connect members with events, resources and training opportunities, establish regular contacts with legislators and other decision makers, and work in all ways to ensure our collective voices are heard from the workplace to the halls of Congress.

    The ATMA network includes nine regional groups that span the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as well as a statewide group that includes members from each region.

    Across our regional groups, ATMA’s work is centered on four priorities:

    • Connect and share as a community
    • Network to build partnerships and alliances with each other, existing progressive groups, and our local, state and national legislators
    • Learn about issues, legislation and opportunities for action
    • Act in order to make a real impact and improve our Commonwealth and our nation

    In all areas, ATMA stands for equal rights, religious tolerance, freedom of the press, science, inclusivity, social justice, economic freedom, and fundamental human decency.

  • Action Together Network

    Action Together Network

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Action Together Network (ATN) connects leaders of activist groups and creators of resources for activists with one another and provides them with support services. ATN members troubleshoot together, share best practices, amplify each other's efforts, and collaborate on projects. At its core, ATN is part of the connective tissue designed to bring together people in productive and mutually-supportive ways. ATN has grown into a network of hundreds of leaders across the the US and abroad. Groups in ATN range in size and focus: from town, district and county groups to state/regional groups and large national/international organizations.

  • Action Together NJ

    Action Together NJ

    Activity status unknown.

    To come together as a state to act in concert to be more effective on state legislation and elections which impact our daily lives. We are a growing grassroots group from all over the Garden State, and we share a passion for equal rights, for progressive ideals, and for building a brighter future for all Americans.

  • Action Together Rochester

    Action Together Rochester

    Activity status unknown.

    We are the organizing arm for civic action in Rochester. We strive to protect our democracy, persist in the face of adversity, and promote a progressive agenda.

  • Action Together Zurich

    Action Together Zurich

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    A community of progressives, mostly American and Swiss, based in Zurich. We're not too far away from the US to resist!

  • ACTION Tulsa

    ACTION Tulsa

    Activity status unknown.

    ACTION (Allied Communities of Tulsa Inspiring Our Neighborhoods) is Tulsa's only broad-based organizing effort. Through our member institutions (congregations and non-profits), we teach the practical skills of public engagement to Tulsans. In so doing, ACTION aims to sustain a vibrant democratic culture in Tulsa, which builds the power necessary to effect change around issues that matter most to our families. Channel 8 speaks with ACTION leaders about this mission: http://ktul.com/news/local/community-group-trying-to-inspire-community-action-in-tulsa

    ACTION is a partner organization with VOICE (Voices Organized in Civic Engagement) in Oklahoma City as well as affiliated nationally with the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF), which is the oldest and largest organizing network in the United States. The IAF operates under the West/Southwest IAF Network.

  • Activists IV Justice

    Activists IV Justice

    Activity status unknown.

    ASJ is a student lead collective democratic organization at Long Island University Brooklyn that address a variety of social justice issues. Promoters of Social Justice. Anti-racism. Anti-sexism. Bringing revolution to our community.


  • Adopt A State

    Adopt A State

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We are rebuilding the party from the ground up by redistributing resources from dense liberal areas to Red States in order to build up State Democratic Parties, rebuild their political benches, and to help elect down-ballot Democrats.

  • Advance Peace

    Advance Peace

    Activity status unknown.

    Advance Peace is dedicated to ending cyclical and retaliatory gun violence in American urban neighborhoods.

  • Affinity.works

    Affinity.works

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Affinity.works makes tools that help activists solve grassroots organizing problems.

  • AFL CIO

    AFL CIO

    Founded in 1965. Activity status unknown.

    The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) works tirelessly to improve the lives of working people. We are the democratic, voluntary federation of 55 national and international labor unions that represent 12.5 million working men and women.

  • Albert Einstein Institution

    Albert Einstein Institution

    Founded in 1983. Activity status unknown.

    The mission of the Albert Einstein Institution is to advance the worldwide study and strategic use of nonviolent action in conflict.

  • ALIGN

    ALIGN

    Activity status unknown.

    ALIGN is a longstanding alliance of labor and community organizations united for a just and sustainable New York. ALIGN works at the intersection of economy, environment, and equity to make change and build movement. Our model addresses the root causes of economic injustice by forging strategic coalitions, shaping the public debate through strategic communications, and developing policy solutions that make an impact.

  • Alliance for Community Transit Los Angeles (ACT LA)

    Alliance for Community Transit Los Angeles (ACT LA)

    Activity status unknown.

    The Alliance for Community Transit - Los Angeles strives to create community transit – just, equitable, sustainable transit systems and neighborhoods for ALL people in Los Angeles, placing the interests of low-income communities and communities of color first as we create a more sustainable city.

  • Alliance for Youth Action

    Alliance for Youth Action

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a nationwide network of organizations building political power of young people, and the premier youth vote vehicle in the United States.

  • Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) Action

    Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) Action

    Activity status unknown.

    The Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) Action is a grassroots, member-led, statewide community organization working with more than 10,000 members across California. ACCE is dedicated to raising the voices of everyday Californians, neighborhood by neighborhood, to fight for the policies and programs we need to improve our communities and create a brighter future.

  • AllOfUs

    AllOfUs

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    As a new movement fighting back against Donald Trump and the hatred and greed poisoning our politics, your support is critical.

    We refuse to allow Donald Trump and a corrupt ruling class to divide us and destroy our country. We will organize a democratic revolution to make America a real, multi-racial democracy for the first time in our history. Help us make that possible.

  • Always Forward

    Always Forward

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    On the front lines of the war of ideas, we build tools to help you tell powerful stories about candidates and issues. Weaponized AI propaganda for good!

  • America Resurgent

    America Resurgent

    Founded in 2012. Activity status unknown.

    Progressives for Prosperity fights for the American ideal: That all, regardless of immutable characteristic, have a right to life, liberty, and property pursuit.

  • America Votes

    America Votes

    Founded in 2003. Activity status unknown.

    America Votes is the coordination hub of the progressive community, working with over 400 state and national partner organizations to advance progressive policies, win elections, and protect every American’s right to vote.

  • America Will Be

    America Will Be

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a diverse group of Americans who advocate to protect our liberal, tolerant values, and to help the middle and working class. Our main goals are to fight back against media complacency, especially in their false equivalency and failure to report Trump's scandals and to contact our elected representatives and encourage them to respect the centuries-old democratic values of America.

  • American Bridge

    American Bridge

    Founded in 2011. Activity status unknown.

    American Bridge 21st Century is a progressive research and communications organization committed to holding Republicans accountable for their words and actions and helping you ascertain when Republican candidates are pretending to be something they’re not.

  • American Family Voices

    American Family Voices

    501c4. Founded in 2000. Activity status unknown.

    American Family Voices serves as an umbrella group that helps foster a broad network of organizations – including civil rights, environmental, women’s rights, consumer advocacy and health care organizations, and multi-issue think tanks – and build their infrastructure, both in the field and in communications.

  • American Friends Service Committee

    American Friends Service Committee

    Founded in 1917. Activity status unknown.

    The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is a Quaker organization that promotes lasting peace with justice, as a practical expression of faith in action. Drawing on continuing spiritual insights and working with people of many backgrounds, we nurture the seeds of change and respect for human life that transform social relations and systems.

  • American Indivisible

    American Indivisible

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    American Indivisible was created to respond to the Trump presidency. We are excited by momentum on the political left and the rational Never-Trump right, in particular by the sea of political and community involvement organized and inspired by the Indivisible Guide and its authors. We are here to support the Indivisible movement.

  • Amnesty International

    Amnesty International

    Founded in 1961. Activity status unknown.

    Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 7 million people who take injustice personally. We are campaigning for a world where human rights are enjoyed by all.

  • Amplify Her NYC

    Amplify Her NYC

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    Amplify Her is a New York City-wide organization created to directly address women’s shocking underrepresentation in the City’s elected offices. With an increased and engaged voter base, passionate volunteers, and community-sourced donations, we will power progressive women candidates’ campaigns to win primaries in the next election cycle and ultimately amplify women’s voices so our values and diversity are represented across NYC.
  • Annie's List

    Annie's List

    Founded in 2003. Activity status unknown.

    Annie’s List supports progressive women candidates who are committed to advocating for women and their families. Our six pillars include championing for reproductive rights, affordable and accessible health care for all Texans and prevention of violence against women and children.

  • Anti Police-Terror

    Anti Police-Terror

    Activity status unknown.

    The Anti Police-Terror Project began as a project of the ONYX Organizing Committee. We are a Black-led, multi-racial, intergenerational coalition that seeks to build a replicable and sustainable model to eradicate police terror in communities of color. Founding coalition members include the Black Power Network, Community Ready Corps, Workers World and the Idriss Stelley Foundation. APTP is not a non-profit organization.

  • Anti-Defamation League

    Anti-Defamation League

    Founded in 1913. Activity status unknown.

    We are activists, educators and experts. We fight anti-Semitism and all forms of hate. We advocate for a safe and secure democratic Jewish State of Israel and combat efforts to delegitimize it. We help shape laws locally and nationally, and develop groundbreaking model legislation. We work with students to respect inclusion and to challenge bias and bullying. We train law enforcement officers about extremism, terrorism and hate crimes. We never give up trying to build a better world inspired by our democratic sense of unity: There is no them – only us.

  • AORTA

    AORTA

    Activity status unknown.

    AORTA is a worker-owned cooperative devoted to strengthening movements for social justice and a solidarity economy. We work as consultants and facilitators to expand the capacity of cooperative, collective, and community based projects through education, training, and planning. We base our work on an intersectional approach to liberation because we believe that true change requires uprooting all systems of oppression.

  • APRI

    APRI

    Activity status unknown.

    A constituency group/union of the AFL-CIO, the A. Philip Randolph Institute mission is to support racial equality and economic justice and to advocate for economically disadvantaged communities through community engagement and civic participation.

  • ARC - Southeast

    ARC - Southeast

    Activity status unknown.

    Access Reproductive Care-Southeast aims to help in accessing safe, compassionate, and affordable reproductive care through funding and public advocacy.

  • ArchCity Defenders

    ArchCity Defenders

    501c3. Activity status unknown.

    ArchCity Defenders (ACD) is a non-profit civil rights law firm providing holistic legal advocacy and combating the criminalization of poverty and state violence against poor people and people of color. ACD uses direct services, impact litigation, and policy and media advocacy as its primary tools to promote justice, protect civil and human rights, and bring about systemic change on behalf of the poor and communities of color directly impacted by the abuses of the legal system.

  • Arise Larchmont Indivisible

    Arise Larchmont Indivisible

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible group working to resist Trump's agenda. Holding our legislators accountable in Westchester 7th and NY 16th and 37th.

  • Asian American Democratic Club

    Asian American Democratic Club

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Asian American Democratic Club (AADC) is a National Caucus to educate, enlighten, empower and enlist Asian American Democrats in progressive causes.

  • Asian Americans Advancing Justice

    Asian Americans Advancing Justice

    Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to advance civil and human rights for Asian Americans and to build and promote a fair and equitable society for all. Asian Americans Advancing Justice is an affiliation of five organizations that work together to provide programs and services to the AAPI community nationwide.

  • Asian Pacific Environmental Network

    Asian Pacific Environmental Network

    Founded in 1993. Activity status unknown.

    All people have a right to a clean and healthy environment in which their communities can live, work, learn, play and thrive. Towards this vision, APEN brings together a collective voice to develop an alternative agenda for environmental, social and economic justice. Through building an organized movement, we strive to bring fundamental changes to economic and social institutions that will prioritize public good over profits and promote the right of every person to a decent, safe, affordable quality of life, and the right to participate in decisions affecting our lives. APEN holds this vision of environmental justice for all people. Our work focuses on Asian and Pacific Islander communities.

  • Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON)

    Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON)

    Founded in 1976. Activity status unknown.

    The Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON) is a coalition of community-based organizations that advocates for the rights and needs of the Asian and Pacific Islander American (APIA) Community in the greater Los Angeles area, with a particular focus on low income, immigrant, refugee and other disadvantaged sectors of the population.

  • Assemble

    Assemble

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Assemble is a web and mobile application where you can connect to actions and opportunities from mission-driven organizations.

  • Association on American Indian Affairs

    Association on American Indian Affairs

    501c3. Founded in 1922. Activity status unknown.

    The Association on American Indian Affairs is the oldest non-profit serving Indian Country protecting sovereignty, preserving culture and educating youth. The Association was formed in 1922 to change the destructive path of federal policy from assimilation, termination and allotment, to sovereignty, self-determination and self-sufficiency. Throughout its 96-year history, the Association has provided national advocacy on watershed issues that support sovereignty and culture, while working on the ground at a grassroots level with Tribes to support the implementation of programs that affect lives on the ground.

  • Ballotready

    Ballotready

    Activity status unknown.

    Our mission: Create a more informed electorate and strengthen our democracy by helping voters vote informed, all the way down the ballot.

  • Bay Area Legal Resource Network

    Bay Area Legal Resource Network

    Activity status unknown.

  • Bay Ridge Democrats

    Bay Ridge Democrats

    Activity status unknown.

    Bay Ridge Democrats is a progressive political club. We endeavor to strengthen the Democratic voice of our neighborhood through education, social action and electoral politics.

  • Bend The Arc

    Bend The Arc

    Activity status unknown.

    Bend the Arc is building the power and passion of the progressive Jewish movement in America by bringing together Jews from across the country to advocate and organize for a more just and equal society. We are the only national Jewish organization that is focused solely on promoting these values here in the U.S.

  • Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Southern California

    Bend the Arc: Jewish Action Southern California

    Founded in 1999. Activity status unknown.

    Bend the Arc is a movement of tens of thousands of progressive Jews all across the country. For years, we’ve worked to build a more just society. Now we’re rising up in solidarity with everyone threatened by the Trump agenda to fight for the soul of our nation. Together we:

  • Big Pictures

    Big Pictures

    Activity status unknown.

    BIG PICTURES is a creatively driven multimedia production company founded by award-winning filmmaker Katie Galloway, who is known for producing intimate, emotionally powerful work that brings attention to pressing political and social issues.

  • Black Alliance for Just Immigration

    Black Alliance for Just Immigration

    Activity status unknown.

    The Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI) believes that a thriving multiracial democracy requires racial, social and economic justice for all. African Americans and black immigrants are stronger together and we can win by becoming leaders in the fight against structural racism and systemic discrimination. BAJI was formed to bring Black voices together to advocate for equality and justice in our laws and our communities.

  • Black and Pink

    Black and Pink

    Founded in 2004. Activity status unknown.

    Black & Pink is an open family of LGBTQ prisoners and “free world” allies who support each other. Our work toward the abolition of the prison industrial complex is rooted in the experience of currently and formerly incarcerated people. We are outraged by the specific violence of the prison industrial complex against LGBTQ people, and respond through advocacy, education, direct service, and organizing.

  • Black Leadership Action Coalition

    Black Leadership Action Coalition

    Founded in 2010. Activity status unknown.

    We are the political arm of The Black Institute, dedicated to raising the voices of black people and people of color communities in NYC and throughout the diaspora.

  • Black Women's Health Imperative

    Black Women's Health Imperative

    Founded in 1983. Activity status unknown.

    Since 1983, we have been the only national organization dedicated solely to improving the health and wellness of our nation’s 21 million. Black women and girls – physically, emotionally and financially.

  • Black Youth Project 100 BYP100

    Black Youth Project 100 BYP100

    Activity status unknown.

    BYP100 is National, member-based organization of Black 18-35 year old activists and organizers, dedicated to creating justice and freedom for all Black people. We do this through building a network focused on transformative leadership development, direct action organizing, advocacy, and political education using a Black queer feminist lens.

  • Blackout for Human Rights

    Blackout for Human Rights

    Activity status unknown.

    Blackout for Human Rights (Blackout) is a network of concerned artists, entertainers, advocates, spiritual leaders, educators and everyday citizens who commit their collective resources to immediately address the staggering level of human rights violations against Americans in the United States. We are at an unprecedented moment in our country’s history and now is the time to take a stand for change.

  • Blue New World

    Blue New World

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    A grassroots organization for activists to connect, gather info, take action to promote a truly Progressive platform and create an effective ground game nationwide.

  • Blue Wall Dallas

    Blue Wall Dallas

    Activity status unknown.

    The Blue Wall is a progressive, grassroots organization committed to promoting local political action in and around Dallas through the sharing of information and events. Our mission is to promote local candidates, political activist opportunities, and civic engagement efforts. We encourage group members to use this page as a resource to identify the best use of their talents to help turn Texas blue.

  • Blue Wave Crowdsource

    Blue Wave Crowdsource

    Activity status unknown.

    This is the principle that guides BWCS. Democrats need to be competitive in every election, at every level. Through rigorous vetting, the BWCS team selects and promotes candidates from all over the country. Aware of the unique issues faced by candidates in more historically Republican-leaning "red" states, we identify the most progressive candidate the area can bear.

    We are not "Bernie" or "Hillary" Democrats. We are Democrats who will support a moderate Democrat in rural Georgia and a very progressive Democrat in San Francisco. Every district is different, which means that researching every candidate and every district thoroughly is our imperative.

    America's strength is in its diversity. We need diverse candidates. That means, of course, diversity of ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, and socio-economic background, but it also means diversity of thought. We promote party unity, and the best way to unify the party is to win.

  • Border Angels

    Border Angels

    Founded in 1986. Activity status unknown.

    Border Angels is an all volunteer, non profit organisation that advocates for human rights, humane immigration reform, and social justice with a special focus on issues related to issues related to the US-Mexican border.

  • Brady Campaign

    Brady Campaign

    Founded in 1974. Activity status unknown.

    The mission of the Brady organization and its Million Mom March is to create a safer America by cutting gun deaths in half by 2025.

  • Brennan Center for Justice

    Brennan Center for Justice

    Think Tank. Founded in 1995. Activity status unknown.

    The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law is a non-partisan public policy and law institute that focuses on the fundamental issues of democracy and justice. Our work ranges from voting rights to campaign finance reform, from racial justice in criminal law to Constitutional protection in the fight against terrorism. A singular institution — part think tank, part public interest law firm, part advocacy group — the Brennan Center combines scholarship, legislative and legal advocacy, and communications to win meaningful, measurable change in the public sector.

  • Bronx Progressives

    Bronx Progressives

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a diverse grassroots group of progressives in the Bronx. Local .

  • Bronx Young Democrats

    Bronx Young Democrats

    Founded in 2013. Activity status unknown.

    The Bronx Young Democrats is the youth arm of the Bronx Democratic Party.

  • Brooklyn Defender Services

    Brooklyn Defender Services

    Activity status unknown.

    The mission of Brooklyn Defender Services is to provide high quality legal representation and related services to people who cannot afford to retain an attorney.

  • Brooklyn Voters Alliance

    Brooklyn Voters Alliance

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Brooklyn Voters Alliance is dedicated to making democracy work for all New Yorkers. We want to ensure open and fair elections and encourage informed, active participation in our government. We seek to achieve this through reforming New York State’s antiquated voting laws, promoting civic education and building networks with community and nonprofit partners (at the local and state levels) to protect and expand voting rights in New York State.
  • Brooklyn Young Democrats

    Brooklyn Young Democrats

    Founded in 2010. Activity status unknown.

    The official youth arm of the Kings County Democratic Party.

  • Brown Girls Lead

    Brown Girls Lead

    Activity status unknown.

    Brown Girls Lead is a leadership development organization focused on cultivating positive social change on college campuses and in communities across the US.

  • Building Blocks New York

    Building Blocks New York

    Activity status unknown.

    Building Blocks New York is an organization dedicated to advocating for New York's working class families.

  • CAIR New York

    CAIR New York

    Founded in 2010. Activity status unknown.

    Enhance understanding of Islam, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, encourage dialogue, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

  • California Community Foundation

    California Community Foundation

    Founded in 1917. Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to lead positive systemic change that strengthens Los Angeles communities. We envision a future where all Angelenos have the opportunity to contribute to the productivity, health and well-being of our region. And we believe that our common fate will be determined by how successfully we improve the quality of life for all of our residents. The impact we help create is of, by and for Los Angeles, because the community is our foundation.

  • California Poor People's Campaign

    California Poor People's Campaign

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is uniting tens of thousands of people across the country to challenge the evils of systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation and the nation’s distorted morality.

  • California Reinvestment Coalition (CRC)

    California Reinvestment Coalition (CRC)

    Activity status unknown.

    CRC builds an inclusive and fair economy that meets the needs of communities of color and low-income communities by ensuring that banks and other corporations invest and conduct business in our communities in a just and equitable manner. 

  • Campaign Zero

    Campaign Zero

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Campaign Zero is a police reform campaign proposed by activists associated with Black Lives Matter, on a website that was launched on August 21, 2015. The plan consists of ten proposals, all of which are aimed at reducing police violence. The campaign's planning team includes Brittany Packnett, Samuel Sinyangwe, DeRay Mckesson, and Johnetta Elzie. The activists who produced the proposals did so in response to critics who asked them to make specific policy proposals. Many of the policies it recommends are already in place as best practice policies of existing police departments. Some of these include the Milwaukee policing survey and the PRIDE act.

  • Campus Vote Project

    Campus Vote Project

    Founded in 2012. Activity status unknown.

    In 2012, Fair Elections Center (formerly Fair Elections Legal Network) launched Campus Vote Project (CVP) to focus and expand its work around student voting issues. CVP works with universities, community colleges, faculty, students and election officials to reduce barriers to student voting. Our goal is to help campuses institutionalize reforms that empower students with the information they need to register and vote.

  • CARECEN Los Angeles

    CARECEN Los Angeles

    Founded in 1983. Activity status unknown.

    CARECEN empowers Central Americans and all immigrants by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice and promoting cultural diversity.

  • Caring Collectively for Women Prisoners

    Caring Collectively for Women Prisoners

    Activity status unknown.

    CCWP is a grassroots social justice organization, with members inside and outside prison, that challenges the institutional violence imposed on women, transgender people, and communities of color by the prison industrial complex (PIC). We see the struggle for racial and gender justice as central to dismantling the PIC and we prioritize the leadership of the people, families, and communities most impacted in building this movement.

  • Catalyst Project

    Catalyst Project

    Founded in 1998. Activity status unknown.

    Catalyst Project helps to build powerful multiracial movements that can win collective liberation. In the service of this vision, we organize, train and mentor white people to take collective action to end racism, war and empire, and to support efforts to build power in working-class communities of color.

  • Center for American Progress

    Center for American Progress

    Activity status unknown.

    The Center for American Progress is an independent nonpartisan policy institute that is dedicated to improving the lives of all Americans, through bold, progressive ideas, as well as strong leadership and concerted action. Our aim is not just to change the conversation, but to change the country.

  • Center for Popular Democracy

    Center for Popular Democracy

    Founded in 2012. Activity status unknown.

    The Center for Popular Democracy works to create equity, opportunity and a dynamic democracy in partnership with high-impact base-building organizations, organizing alliances, and progressive unions. CPD strengthens our collective capacity to envision and win an innovative pro-worker, pro-immigrant, racial and economic justice agenda.

  • Center for Reproductive Rights

    Center for Reproductive Rights

    Founded in 1992. Activity status unknown.

    The Center for Reproductive Rights uses the law to advance reproductive freedom as a fundamental human right that all governments are legally obligated to protect, respect, and fulfill.

  • Center for Story-based Strategy

    Center for Story-based Strategy

    Founded in 2002. Activity status unknown.

    Center for Story-based Strategy (CSS) is a national movement-building organization dedicated to harnessing the power of narrative for social change. We offer training and strategic support to social justice organizations and alliances to change the story on the issues that matter most.

  • Change South Dakota PAC

    Change South Dakota PAC

    Founded in 2016. Active as of January 2019.

    We are a Political Action Committee that helps liberal candidates achieve election and re-election in South Dakota.

  • Charlotte Pride

    Charlotte Pride

    Founded in 2000. Activity status unknown.

    Charlotte Pride is the leader in LGBTQ visibility in Charlotte and the Carolinas. We present and collaborate on programs, projects, and activities, including the annual Charlotte Pride Festival and Parade, Charlotte Trans Pride, Charlotte Latin Pride, and Reel Out Charlotte, among others. Since its founding in 2000, Charlotte Pride has expanded its year-round programming and partnerships to better connect community members with its mission, vision, and values. It is now one of the largest LGBTQ Pride organizations in the American Southeast.

  • Chicago CRED

    Chicago CRED

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Chicago CRED (Creating Real Economic Destiny) was created in 2016 by Emerson Collective, a social impact organization founded and run by Laurene Powell Jobs, along with former U.S. Education Secretary and Chicago Public Schools CEO Arne Duncan. Our singular purpose is to achieve a transformative reduction in Chicago gun violence.

  • Chicago Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights

    Chicago Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights

    Founded in 1968. Activity status unknown.

    We are civil rights lawyers and advocates working to secure racial equity and economic opportunity for all. We provide legal representation through partnerships with the private bar, and we collaborate with grassroots organizations and other advocacy groups to implement community-based solutions that advance civil rights.

  • Chicago Lawyers’ Committee

    Chicago Lawyers’ Committee

    Founded in 1969. Activity status unknown.

    Chicago Lawyers’ Committee was founded in 1969 as a group of civil rights lawyers and advocates working to secure racial equity and economic opportunity for all. Our vision is to root out and dismantle deeply entrenched systems of discrimination, racism, and economic oppression by using the power of the law to give voice to those most impacted by these civil rights issues.

  • Chicago Unheard

    Chicago Unheard

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Chicago Unheard tells the untold stories of struggle and success in Chicago Public Schools. We are a space for parents, students, teachers and everyone with a stake in improving public schools to share their experiences and weigh in on policy, politics and practice in Chicago’s public schools. We have a particular interest in the stories of Chicago’s neighborhood schools and how they are working to improve outcomes for all kids.

  • Chicago Women Take Action

    Chicago Women Take Action

    Activity status unknown.

    Chicago Women Take Action (CWTA) is a group of women united in the commitment to achieve women’s leadership and economic and social equality. We are activists of all ages (many of us belong to several organizations) working on the local, national and international level to promote women leaders and secure the health and well being of women, their families, and their communities.

  • Chicago Youth Peace

    Chicago Youth Peace

    Activity status unknown.

  • Childrens Firearm Safety Alliance

    Childrens Firearm Safety Alliance

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a coalition of physicians, law enforcement, prosecutors, lawmakers, and gun violence prevention advocates focused on reducing shootings by children with unauthorized access to loaded, unsecured access to firearms – through policy advocacy, legislation and education.

  • Cities United

    Cities United

    Founded in 2011. Activity status unknown.

    Cities United is a national initiative led by mayors to end violence against African American men and boys and to create safe, healthy, hopeful communities

  • Citizen Action Illinois

    Citizen Action Illinois

    Activity status unknown.

    Citizen Action/Illinois is the state's largest public interest organization. Building on over a decade of experience, Citizen Action/Illinois is a key player in the fight for social and economic justice at the state and national levels. Leading campaigns for lower utility rates, fair taxes, affordable and quality health care, insurance and campaign finance reform, and stronger environmental and food safety protections. Working hard to hold our elected officials accountable on these issues every day in the State House and in the Congress.

  • Citizen Action NYC

    Citizen Action NYC

    Activity status unknown.

    Fighting for racial, social, economic and environmental justice. The NYC chapter of Citizen Action NY.

  • Citizen Action of New York

    Citizen Action of New York

    501c4. Founded in 1980. Activity status unknown.

    Citizen Action of New York is a grassroots membership organization taking on big issues that are at the center of transforming society – issues like:
    -quality education and after-school programs for all our kids
    -guaranteed quality, affordable health care
    -public financing of election campaigns
    -dismantling racism and promoting racial justice
    -a more progressive tax system

    We look for opportunities to accomplish big changes – not small, incremental reforms. We work to elect progressive candidates to office who are committed to these issues. Our power comes from the grassroots: people coming together to push the edge of the possible. Every new member helps bring New York and America closer to a society that works for all of us!

  • CitizenBe

    CitizenBe

    Activity status unknown.

    CitizenBe is a non-profit group of social and behavioral scientists that works to create and sustain impactful political participation. We help groups become more effective through evidence-based research and testing.

  • Citizens Climate Lobby

    Citizens Climate Lobby

    Activity status unknown.

    We exist to create the political will for climate solutions by enabling individual breakthroughs in the exercise of personal and political power.

  • Civic Dinners

    Civic Dinners

    Activity status unknown.

    We believe meaningful conversation over food can spark real and lasting change.

  • Civic Engagement Fund

    Civic Engagement Fund

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a nonprofit organization driving voter and civic engagement of multicultural millennials by funding grassroots organizations, providing capacity building, and conducting new research.

  • Civic Hall

    Civic Hall

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a community of action-oriented, cross-sector professionals located in the heart of Manhattan, where we aim to better the world through civic tech.

  • Civic Sundays

    Civic Sundays

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Postcarding, phone & text banking, and canvassing for progressive candidates nationwide.
  • Climate Defense Project

    Climate Defense Project

    Activity status unknown.

    The climate movement needs climate lawyers. Climate Defense Project fills a gap in the legal landscape by supporting front-line activists, pursuing climate impact litigation, and connecting attorneys with communities and campaigns. CDP’s three co-founders are recent Harvard Law School graduates. As law students, they brought the first fossil fuel divestment lawsuit, Harvard Climate Justice Coalition v. President and Fellows of Harvard College. Since graduating, they have continued to work toward a stable climate for present and future generations.

  • Climate Justice Resilience Fund

    Climate Justice Resilience Fund

    Founded in 2007. Activity status unknown.

    Making grants for community-led, social justice approaches to climate change adaptation and resilience-building.

    We invest in communities first hit, first to respond, and first to adapt to climate change.

    The climate is changing. The first hit communities are the first to respond and the first to adapt. To survive and thrive on a warming planet they need voice, power, and the opportunity to innovate. We help these first hit communities create and share their own solutions for resilience.

  • Climate Solutions

    Climate Solutions

    Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to accelerate clean energy solutions to the climate crisis.

  • Climate Works for All

    Climate Works for All

    Founded in 2014. Activity status unknown.

    Formed in 2014, Climate Works for All is comprised of environmental justice advocates, community organizations, and Labor unions with the goal of addressing climate change and income inequality. The coalition focuses on promoting policies to tackle both reductions in carbon emissions, as well as resiliency. Investments in resiliency upgrades can serve as a catalyst for job creation, including pathways to apprenticeship, and local hire opportunities. In particular, the coalition is focused on mandatory large-building retrofits and devising a comprehensive strategy to install renewable energy systems on New York City public buildings.

  • Coalition for a Better Illinois 6th

    Coalition for a Better Illinois 6th

    Activity status unknown.

    The Coalition for a Better Illinois 6th (CBIL6) is a network of grassroots groups in the 6th Congressional District of Illinois who believe that everyone deserves equal and fair treatment regardless of their race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or socioeconomic status and that a successful democracy requires an informed and engaged public.

  • Coalition for Economic Survival (CES)

    Coalition for Economic Survival (CES)

    Founded in 1973. Activity status unknown.

    The Coalition for Economic Survival is a multi-racial, multi-culture grass-roots community-based organization that has been dedicated to organizing low and moderate income people to win economic and social justice throughout the greater Los Angeles area since 1973.

  • Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)

    Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)

    Founded in 1993. Activity status unknown.

    CHIRLA advances the human and civil rights of immigrants and refugees; promote harmonious multi-ethnic and multi-racial human relations; and through coalition-building, advocacy, community education and organizing, empower immigrants and their allies to build a more just society.

  • Code for America

    Code for America

    Founded in 2011. Activity status unknown.

    Code for America is a non-partisan, non-political 501 organization founded in 2009 to address the widening gap between the public and private sectors in their effective use of technology and design.

  • CodeBlue

    CodeBlue

    Activity status unknown.

    Rebuild a progressive voting majority in federal, state and local government.

  • CODEPINK

    CODEPINK

    Founded in 2002. Activity status unknown.

    CODEPINK is a women-led grassroots organization working to end U.S. wars and militarism, support peace and human rights initiatives, and redirect our tax dollars into healthcare, education, green jobs and other life-affirming programs.

  • Collective PAC

    Collective PAC

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    The Collective is a political action committee whose mission is to build Black political power by recruting, training, funding and electing progressive black candidates on the local, state and federal level.

  • College Democrats of Illinois

    College Democrats of Illinois

    Founded in 2009. Activity status unknown.

    College Democrats of Illinois is an organization of student activists dedicated to electing experienced, hardworking Democrats to local, state, and federal office in Illinois. CDIL is dedicated to fighting the Trump/Rauner agenda from congress to city council.

  • College Democrats of Indiana

    College Democrats of Indiana

    Activity status unknown.

    College Democrats of Indiana (CDIN) works to promote the ideals of the Democratic Party and to empower college students on the national, state, and local levels.

  • Color of Change

    Color of Change

    Founded in 2005. Activity status unknown.

    Color Of Change is building a new, effective strategy for changing the rules society lives by, and ending the injustices Black people face.

  • Common Defense

    Common Defense

    Activity status unknown.

    Common Defense is a diverse, grassroots organization of U.S. veterans and military family members who are fighting to preserve the core values we swore to uphold and defend. Together we vow to protect our communities from hate and violence, to serve on the front lines for social, economic, and environmental justice, and to champion a truly equitable and representative democracy.

  • Communities United for Police Reform (CPR)

    Communities United for Police Reform (CPR)

    Activity status unknown.

    Communities United for Police Reform (CPR) is an unprecedented campaign that is working to end discriminatory policing in New York. We are advancing policies that protect the safety and rights of all New Yorkers to create true community safety. We are in the courts fighting to hold police accountable for violating New Yorkers' constitutional rights. We are training communities to know their rights and to observe and document police abuse. We engage in strategic direct action, organizing and civic engagement to build the power of communities most impacted by abusive policing. And we are in Albany and at City Hall demanding law and policy changes that advance police accountability to improve safety for communities.

  • Community Alliance of Oklahoma

    Community Alliance of Oklahoma

    501c3. Activity status unknown.

    Community Alliance of Oklahoma works to create thriving and prosperous communities for all in partnership with dynamic, innovative and revolutionary individuals, local, state and national organizations, and progressive movements. CAOK bridges the gap between individuals and organizations in a collective capacity to obtain and sustain human rights, dignity and justice.

  • Community Coalition

    Community Coalition

    Founded in 1989. Activity status unknown.

    Community Coalition works to help transform the social and economic conditions in South LA that foster addiction, crime, violence and poverty by building a community institution that involves thousands in creating, influencing and changing public policy.

  • Community Development Technologies (CDTech)

    Community Development Technologies (CDTech)

    Founded in 1995. Activity status unknown.

    CDTech is a catalyst for change in South LA, activating and focusing the potential of residents and businesses. We equip them with the training, strategies and programs they need to be leaders and organizers for neighborhood improvement and economic growth.

  • Community Justice Reform Coalition (CJRC)

    Community Justice Reform Coalition (CJRC)

    Activity status unknown.

    Community Justice Reform Coalition (CJRC) is a national advocacy coalition that promotes and invests in evidence-based policies and programs to prevent gun violence and uplift criminal justice reforms in urban communities of color.

  • Conyers Institute of Public Policy

    Conyers Institute of Public Policy

    Activity status unknown.

    The mission of Conyers Institute is to ensure equitable governance and inter-social treatment for persons of African descent in countries where they are a minority population. The C.Institute addresses social justice issues that are the result of unequal wealth and resource distribution caused by anti-inclusionary policies.

  • Corrections Accountability Project (CAP at UJC)

    Corrections Accountability Project (CAP at UJC)

    Activity status unknown.

    We work to eliminate the influence of commercial interests on our criminal legal system and end the exploitation of those it touches.

  • Cosecha

    Cosecha

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Cosecha is a nonviolent, popular immigrant movement. On May 1st, we led a strike—for dignity, respect, and permanent protection.

  • Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)

    Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)

    Founded in 1994. Activity status unknown.

    CAIR's mission is to enhance understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

  • CTZNWELL

    CTZNWELL

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    CTZNWELL is organizing the community of 50+ million Americans who are waking up, living their values, coming together in community and speaking out around the issues that matter to them. And it’s not just who we are organizing, but how. Our practice gives us the tools, a shared language, safe spaces, and internal resources to confront some of the most difficult issues of our time. We are building a movement from the inside out - one that is centered in personal power, amplified by community and committed to democratizing wellbeing for all.

  • CWA Political Action

    CWA Political Action

    Activity status unknown.

    True political power comes from an organized working class fighting for JUSTICE.

  • Daily Action

    Daily Action

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Since its launch in mid-December 2016, Daily Action has exploded into a huge phenomenon, with over a quarter of a million subscribers. We make civic engagement easy and painless, with a single action every day—connecting citizens to their legislators with a quick swipe of their phones.

  • Daily Kos

    Daily Kos

    Founded in 2002. Activity status unknown.

    It is at once a news organization, community, and activist hub; Daily Kos fights for a progressive America by empowering its community and allies with information and tools to directly impact the political process.

  • Dallas Democrats

    Dallas Democrats

    Activity status unknown.

    The Dallas County Democratic Party is committed to expanding opportunity for every Dallas resident. That commitment is reflected in an agenda that emphasizes the strong economic growth, affordable health care for all Americans, retirement security, open, honest and accountable government, and securing our nation while protecting our civil rights and liberties.

  • Dallas Young Dems

    Dallas Young Dems

    Founded in 2008. Activity status unknown.

    We are Young Democratic professionals and activists between 14 and 40 years of age. Dallas County affiliate of and .

  • DataCenter

    DataCenter

    Activity status unknown.

  • Decarceration Project

    Decarceration Project

    Activity status unknown.

    The Decarceration Project is a litigation and policy initiative of The Legal Aid Society that is dedicated to ending the mass incarceration of low-income New Yorkers, and eradicating the criminal justice system’s disproportionate impact on communities of color. The Project helps New Yorkers navigate the inequities of the money bail system and provides assistance to sentenced people who have had their sentences calculated incorrectly. It also is home to the Women’s Pretrial Release Initiative, a collaboration between Legal Aid, Fedcap and the Open Society Foundation focused on getting cis- and trans-women off of Rikers Island. The Project is the first of its kind in the country, and a national voice for changing how public defenders fight pretrial detention and end mass incarceration. In 2018, the Project was recognized as an Exemplary Project in Indigent Defense by the American Bar Association.

  • Defend Our Future

    Defend Our Future

    Founded in 2014. Activity status unknown.

    Defend Our Future is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to empowering young people of all political persuasions who are interested in advancing climate change and clean energy solutions that grow our economy and protect the world for future generations.

  • Defiant

    Defiant

    Activity status unknown.

    We support grassroots community leaders and who are taking democracy into their own hands. This summer, Defiant is traveling the country to document the leadership of young people who are shepherding their communities through generationally-defining crises: opiate addiction, mass incarceration, devastating debt, environmental injustice, the 1099 economy, among others.

  • DeKalb Democrats

    DeKalb Democrats

    Founded in 2013. Activity status unknown.

    DeKalb County. We're working hard to turn Georgia blue!

  • Delaware County New York Democratic Committee

    Delaware County New York Democratic Committee

    Activity status unknown.

    The Delaware County Democratic Committee exists for the purpose of getting Democrats elected to office. We work to combine our efforts to elect representatives to local, state and national government. We are a “big tent” Party; we unite under a general Democratic philosophy of striving to benefit the general welfare with special attention to those who need it. The Democratic Party, at all levels, is inclusive, striving for the greatest possible public participation in our society.

  • Democracy Engine

    Democracy Engine

    Activity status unknown.

    Democracy Engine is a flexible, completely self-contained donation processor that channels funds between donors and causes of any size. With a suite of simple and effective online tools, we provide a solution for anyone who donates, manages, tracks, raises, or receives financial contributions on behalf of candidates, organizations, committees, or causes.

  • Democracy for America

    Democracy for America

    Founded in 2004. Activity status unknown.

    Democracy for America is a member-driven, people-powered political action committee. Our mission is building and empowering a broad coalition of grassroots organizers to elect the New American Majority -- people of color and white progressives -- to fight for inclusive populism at all levels of office in all 50 states.

  • Democracy In Color

    Democracy In Color

    Activity status unknown.

    Democracy in Color is an organization focused on race, politics and empowering the New American Majority—multiracial, multicultural, and progressive—through media, public conversations, research and analysis on race and politics. They do this by Campaign, Podcast, and Newsletters.

  • Democracy Labs

    Democracy Labs

    Activity status unknown.

    DemocracyLab is building a hub for online civic participation. Their vision is to create a dynamic database of civic tech tools and resources with distinct views for citizens, volunteers, leaders and donors. It will create an efficient marketplace to allocate eyeballs and funding in the growing civic tech sector.

  • Democracy NC

    Democracy NC

    Activity status unknown.

    We protect democracy in our state and promote citizen ownership of our government.
    As part of our mission to help North Carolinians achieve meaningful pro-democracy reform, Democracy North Carolina engages in a variety of activities, including: Research, Organizing, Training, and Democracy Summer.

  • Democracy NYC

    Democracy NYC

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    A youth-driven movement dedicated to making NYC's structures of participatory democracy more equitable, accessible, and representative.

  • Democracy Spring

    Democracy Spring

    Activity status unknown.

    Democracy Spring is a decentralized network of autonomous local teams, supported by a National Support Center (NSC), which maintains national infrastructure, provides trainings and resources to local teams, and drives national campaigns. They focus on the problems of Voter Suppression, Big Money in Politics, and overturning Citizens United.

  • Democratic Club of El Barrio/East Harlem

    Democratic Club of El Barrio/East Harlem

    Founded in 2003. Activity status unknown.

    The Democratic Club of El Barrio/East Harlem was founded in 2003 by DL John Ruiz, The Club covers New York's 68th Assembly District.
  • Democratic Women of Wake County

    Democratic Women of Wake County

    Activity status unknown.

    Democratic Women of Wake County information. Meetings held last Thursday of the month.

  • Democrats of Orleans County

    Democrats of Orleans County

    Activity status unknown.

    Our vision as Democrats is to do everything we can to make Orleans County a community where people will want to live, work, raise families, and thrive, and thereby benefit many others.

  • Demos

    Demos

    Activity status unknown.

    Demos is a public policy organization working for an America where we all have an equal say in our democracy and an equal chance in our economy.

  • Desert Progressives Indivisible

    Desert Progressives Indivisible

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    As a non-partisan, issues-based group, our purpose is to creatively inform, connect and inspire people to work for human rights. These include affordable health care, quality public education, a welcoming and fact-based immigration system, women’s rights, racial justice, a clean and safe environment and more. Our goals are to stand up for our values with concrete actions and to elect candidates who will energetically champion social justice and the rights of all people.

  • Desiree Alliance

    Desiree Alliance

    Activity status unknown.

    The Desiree Alliance is a national coalition of current and former sex workers working together with supporting networks for an improved understanding of sexual policies and its human, social and political impacts of criminalization surrounding global policies in sex work.  Our priorities are building national and worldwide leadership to constructively advocate sex workers’ human, health, labor and civil rights.  We commit ourselves to the tenets of human rights and base our foundations upon equality, empowerment, and agency, that bring those voices into constructive and productive leadership roles in the sex worker rights movements and umbrella issues unique to sex work.  We advocate for the full decriminalization of all forms of consensual sex work.

  • Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF)

    Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF)

    Founded in 1979. Activity status unknown.

    The Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF), founded in 1979, is a leading national civil rights law and policy center directed by individuals with disabilities and parents who have children with disabilities. Legal and Political advocacy and training/education.

  • Disrupt DC

    Disrupt DC

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    DisruptDC is a network of business leaders advancing better government and elections. Our mission is to make government efficient, effective, and accountable in order to establish a more competitive, innovative business climate in America.

  • DoSomething.org

    DoSomething.org

    Activity status unknown.

    We're activating young people in every US area code and in 131 countries!

  • Dream Corps

    Dream Corps

    Activity status unknown.

    Founded by Van Jones, The Dream Corps finds aspiring leaders who have the courage and determination to tackle America’s toughest challenges. Then we connect them to world-class partners, smart digital tools and national media platforms to help them succeed. We back initiatives that close prison doors and open doors of opportunity. We currently work on these three programs: cut 50, yes we code, green for all

  • EarthJustice

    EarthJustice

    Activity status unknown.

    As the nation’s original and largest nonprofit environmental law organization, we leverage our expertise and commitment to fight for justice and advance the promise of a healthy world for all. We represent every one of our clients free of charge.

  • East Area Progressive Democrats EAPD

    East Area Progressive Democrats EAPD

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a local, community‐based Democratic club focused on the greater East Side of Los Angeles and open to all local Democrats. This vibrant and diverse organization was formed to influence lawmakers, candidates, elections, and policies that affect our communities and daily lives.

  • ECPAT-USA

    ECPAT-USA

    501c3. Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to protect every child’s human right to grow up free from the threat of sexual exploitation and trafficking.

    ECPAT-USA is the leading anti-trafficking policy organization in the United States. As a member of ECPAT International, ECPAT-USA belongs to a network of organizations in 93 countries all working together to end the commercial sexual exploitation of children.

  • El Nuevo Caribe Dems

    El Nuevo Caribe Dems

    Founded in 1949. Activity status unknown.

    The first Puerto Rican Political Club in the United States. Founded by Tony Mendez Sr in 1949.

  • Elect Scientists

    Elect Scientists

    Activity status unknown.

    We are dedicated to the election of more candidates - at all levels of government - with scientific credentials.

  • Elevated Chicago

    Elevated Chicago

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Elevated Chicago launched in 2017 to present collaborative, community-led solutions to neighborhood displacement and inequities using an underutilized asset: our public transit system. Historically, trains have connected people to places; we believe transit can also can connect people to ideas, innovations and capital, both within and outside of their communities.

  • Ella Baker Center

    Ella Baker Center

    Founded in 1996. Activity status unknown.

    We are named after Ella Baker, a brilliant, black hero of the civil rights movement. Following in her footsteps, we build the power of black, brown, and poor people to break the cycles of incarceration and poverty and make our communities safe, healthy, and strong.

  • Emerge

    Emerge

    Activity status unknown.

    Increasing the number of Democratic women leaders from diverse backgrounds in public office through recruitment, training, and providing a powerful network.

  • Emerge Alabama

    Emerge Alabama

    Activity status unknown.

    Emerge Alabama is the premier campaign-training program for Democratic women. The Emerge program inspires women to run, and hones their skills to win.

  • Emerge America

    Emerge America

    Founded in 2005. Activity status unknown.

    Emerge America is the national organization of the Emerge America network. We oversee the locally-based training programs in our states, open new state affiliates to reach more Democratic women across the country, build capacity to train more women in each of our current states and work to expand our program offerings to meet the growing need for candidate training programs across the country. In addition, we provide our program’s alumnae with a strong, supportive national network of women in politics, which includes a national association of Emerge alumnae, the Emerge board and advisory council members.

  • Emerge New York

    Emerge New York

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Emerge New York launched in 2017 as the premier campaign-training program for Democratic women in the state. Emerge inspires women to run for public office, and hones their skills to win. Our goal is clear: to increase the number of Democratic women in all levels of public office throughout New York. Emerge New York is part of a network of 25 other state affiliates of the national organization, Emerge America. Emerge New York trains, recruits, and provides a powerful network for women in New York state.

  • Emerge South Carolina

    Emerge South Carolina

    Activity status unknown.

    Emerge South Carolina is the premier training program for Democratic women. We inspire women to run, we hone their skills to win.

  • Emerson Collective

    Emerson Collective

    Activity status unknown.

    We are an organization dedicated to removing barriers to opportunity so people can live to their full potential. Established and led by Laurene Powell Jobs, we center our work on education, immigration reform, the environment, and other social justice initiatives. We use a wide range of tools and strategies—partnering with entrepreneurs and experts, parents and policymakers, advocates and administrators—to develop and execute innovative solutions that will spur change and promote equality.

  • EMILY's List

    EMILY's List

    Founded in 2009. Activity status unknown.

    EMILY’s List’s vision is to be a driving force of change in America. By electing more pro-choice Democratic women to national, state and local office, EMILY’s List will consistently infuse our government with leaders who will drive change. Change that truly matters today, tomorrow and forever. Our vision is a government that reflects the people it serves, and decision makers who genuinely and enthusiastically fight for greater opportunity and better lives for the Americans they represent. We will work for larger leadership roles for pro-choice Democratic women in our legislative bodies and executive seats so that our families can benefit from the open-minded, productive contributions that women have consistently made in office.
  • EMILY’s List

    EMILY’s List

    Founded in 1985. Activity status unknown.

    EMILY's List is an American political action committee (PAC) that aims to help elect pro-choice Democratic female candidates to office. It was founded by Ellen Malcolm in 1985.[4] According to the Washington Examiner, Emily's List is "the nation's most influential pro-choice political action committee."[5]

  • Empowered To Run

    Empowered To Run

    Activity status unknown.

    OUR MISSION: Empower thoughtful leaders everywhere to run for office successfully and govern effectively. OUR VISION: A robust American politics rooted in civic engagement and responsive, evidence-based policymaking that enables individual and societal achievement. OUR WORK: We are making the knowledge and skills necessary to run modern political campaigns and an effective, active government accessible to everyone. We are developing online training and guidance on campaign techniques, policy, messaging, and governance, with a state & local focus.

  • End Citizens United

    End Citizens United

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Democratic activists fighting for true campaign finance reform.

    To end Big Money in politics and fix our rigged political system by electing campaign finance reform champions, passing state ballot measures, and elevating this issue in the national conversation. We will work in partnership with these champions to overturn Citizens United and end the unlimited and undisclosed money in politics.

  • End Citizens United

    End Citizens United

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Democratic activists fighting for true campaign finance reform.

    To end Big Money in politics and fix our rigged political system by electing campaign finance reform champions, passing state ballot measures, and elevating this issue in the national conversation. We will work in partnership with these champions to overturn Citizens United and end the unlimited and undisclosed money in politics.

  • END IT Movement

    END IT Movement

    Activity status unknown.

    Shine A Light on Slavery.

  • Engage Progress

    Engage Progress

    Activity status unknown.

    Engage Progress wants to strengthen democracy by training people to effectively use digital tools. Post-election we saw many pledge for the first time to be more involved and take action to advance progressive causes. EngageProgress is a way to match remote volunteers with progressive groups, causes, and candidates to build a movement of engagement between election cycles.

  • Enlace

    Enlace

    Activity status unknown.

    Enlace is an international multiracial multisector alliance that does capacity building trainings and engages in strategic campaigning for the self-determination of the working people.

  • ENOUGH

    ENOUGH

    Activity status unknown.

    Ending Gun Violence for a Safer, More Peaceful Nation. The ENOUGH Campaign, grassroots movement founded in CT post-Newtown massacre, stands for change.

  • Environment North Carolina

    Environment North Carolina

    Founded in 2010. Activity status unknown.

    Environment North Carolina, a project of Environment America, is a policy and action group with one mission: to build a greener, healthier world.

  • Environmental Advocates of New York

    Environmental Advocates of New York

    Activity status unknown.

    Environmental Advocates of New York is our state's green government watchdog, ensuring protections for our public health, climate, air, water, land and wildlife for more than 45 years.

  • Equality Labs

    Equality Labs

    Activity status unknown.

    Equality Labs works at the intersection of community-based participatory research, socially-engaged arts, and digital security.

    We are building a vision of South Asian American communities centered on the values of South Asian caste and religion-oppressed migrants. This includes Adivasis, Dalits, Bahujans, Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs, and Christians. 

  • Equality NC

    Equality NC

    Founded in 1979. Activity status unknown.

    Equality NC is dedicated to securing equal rights and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) North Carolinians.

  • Exhale

    Exhale

    Activity status unknown.

    Exhale is the nation’s premiere organization addressing the emotional health and wellbeing of women and men after abortion. Founded in 2000 by and for women who have had abortions, we provide and promote emotional support across a dynamic landscape of private and public spaces, online and offline. 

  • Faith in Public Life

    Faith in Public Life

    Activity status unknown.

    A Catholic social justice faith voice. Faith in Public Life (FPL) has played an important role in changing the narrative about the role of faith in politics, winning major progressive policy victories, and empowering new religious leaders to fight for social justice and the common good. Social faith justice

  • Families Belong Together

    Families Belong Together

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    Families Belong Together opposes the cruel, inhumane and unjustified separation of children from their parents along the U.S. border with Mexico and at other ports of entry into the U.S. We protest the conditions in which these children are kept. We protest the irreversible trauma that has already been perpetrated on these children and their parents for the crime of seeking a better life.
  • Families for Freedom

    Families for Freedom

    Founded in 2002. Activity status unknown.

    Founded in September 2002, Families for Freedom is a New York-based multi-ethnic human rights organization by and for families facing and fighting deportation. We are immigrant prisoners (detainees), former immigrant prisoners, their loved ones, or individuals at risk of deportation. We come from dozens of countries, across continents. FFF seeks to repeal the laws that are tearing apart our homes and neighborhoods; and to build the power of immigrant communities as communities of color, to provide a guiding voice in the growing movement for immigrant rights as human rights.

  • Family Values @ Work

    Family Values @ Work

    Activity status unknown.

    27 progressive state coalitions working for paid sick days, paid leave and policies that value families at work.

  • Feminist Women's Health Center

    Feminist Women's Health Center

    Founded in 1976. Activity status unknown.

    We provide safe and compassionate abortion and gynecological care while also advocating to protect reproductive rights and laws.

  • Ferguson Youth Initiative (FYI)

    Ferguson Youth Initiative (FYI)

    501c3. Activity status unknown.

    Ferguson Youth Initiative is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization serving the youth of the Ferguson community. FYI empowers teens from Ferguson and surrounding communities to become productive, positive, and contributing members of the community.

  • Fifth Ave Committee

    Fifth Ave Committee

    Activity status unknown.

    Fifth Avenue Committee, Inc. (FAC) is a community organization in South Brooklyn that advances economic and social justice by building vibrant, diverse communities where residents have genuine opportunities to achieve their goals, as well as the power to shape the community’s future.

  • Fight for $15

    Fight for $15

    Founded in 2012. Activity status unknown.

    The Fight for $15 began in 2012 when two hundred fast-food workers walked off the job to demand $15/hr and union rights in New York City. Today, we’re a global movement in over 300 cities on six continents. We are fast-food workers, home health aides, child care teachers, airport workers, adjunct professors, retail employees – and underpaid workers everywhere.
  • Fight for 15

    Fight for 15

    Activity status unknown.

    Fight for $15 is a strike-support website that provides the tools needed to execute a strike for higher, livable wages most notably seen in multi-billion dollar mega corporations in Fast food and Department stores. They are fighting for a Nationwide minimum wage of $15 per hour which would strengthen the economy and decrease crime rates.
  • Fight for the Future

    Fight for the Future

    Founded in 2011. Activity status unknown.

    Fight for the Future is dedicated to protecting and expanding the Internet’s transformative power in our lives by creating civic campaigns that are engaging for millions of people. Alongside internet users everywhere we beat back attempts to limit our basic rights and freedoms, and empower people to demand technology (and policy) that serves their interests. Activating the internet for the public good can only lead to a more vibrant and awesome world. More coming soon.

  • Fightback PAC

    Fightback PAC

    Activity status unknown.

    Starting today, we begin work on March On The Polls 2018, our comprehensive election battle plan. We have a lot of work to do to retake majorities in statehouses and Congress. We are committed to putting the marchroots at the center of our decisions about which candidates we, as a movement, will support or oppose. There will be different levels of support we can offer, from simple endorsements, to volunteer support coordinated by March On, to expensive advertising campaigns our Fight Back PAC can conduct. We can pick candidates at local, state and national levels. We will use civic engagement technology to help us make these decisions. But first, we’ll debate and dialogue with each other as a community to make our case about candidates that deserve our support—or our opposition. And once we’ve made our decisions, we’ll unite and throw our collective weight behind doing what it takes to win.

  • First Degree

    First Degree

    Activity status unknown.

    First Degree Consulting provides consultation services to local governments, nonprofit organizations, academic institutions, and the philanthropic sector.

  • FLIP NC

    FLIP NC

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    FLIP NC is a Durham-based Indivisible group taking targeted, evidence-based action to elect progressives in North Carolina. In January 2017, a handful of friends met over beers to figure out how we could fight against gerrymandering and the failed policies of the North Carolina GOP.

  • Flip NY24

    Flip NY24

    Activity status unknown.

    A movement to elect a Democrat to represent the people of NY24. We will work to educate voters and provide resources to GOTV.

  • Flippable

    Flippable

    Activity status unknown.

    Flippable works in building a government for the people by focusing on the states, where the rules of our country’s democracy are written. First, by using data to locate the most important state elections, then they inspire their community to support progressive candidates who are running for the people's needs. More state strength means a higher impact on the next big election.

  • Florida Black Youth Vote

    Florida Black Youth Vote

    Activity status unknown.

    Black Youth Vote! is a broad based coalition of organizations and individuals committed to increasing political and civic involvement among black men and women aged 18-35.

  • For our Future

    For our Future

    Activity status unknown.

  • For Our Future Fund

    For Our Future Fund

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a people-driven organization committed to serving progressive values and causes that are larger than ourselves. And by working with local leaders and organizations, we will create permanent and lasting change all around us. Our mission is to mobilize and empower people and community-based organizations to drive real change and advance our shared agenda – this is community organizing to win!

  • Forward Wyoming

    Forward Wyoming

    Activity status unknown.

    Forward Wyoming was launched with the goal of reinvigorating the political culture and fostering a more representative, responsive government. Without talented people who know how to effect real change, Forward Wyoming started the Grassroots Institute to give young people the skills necessary for transforming the system.

  • Freedom Cities

    Freedom Cities

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Freedom Cities demand that our communities have the resources they need to thrive. It’s about making entire cities, towns, and communities safe for immigrants, Black people, Muslims, workers and all oppressed communities. We believe we all deserve to live with dignity and have the opportunity thrive without fear of physical or economic violence at the hands of the corporations, vigilantes or government.

  • Galapagos Center NYC (GCNA)

    Galapagos Center NYC (GCNA)

    Activity status unknown.

    Galapagos Center for New Americans (GCNA) is a community based non-profit organization that works hands-on with immigrant women to enhance their participation in leadership roles and the economy through the support of a network of mentors.

  • Generation Progress

    Generation Progress

    Activity status unknown.

    Generation Progress is a national organization that works with and for young people to promote progressive solutions to key political and social challenges.

  • Get Out The Native Vote

    Get Out The Native Vote

    Activity status unknown.

    Get Out The Native Vote is a non-partisan effort in Alaska to mobilize Alaska Native and American Indian voters.

  • Giffords Law Center

    Giffords Law Center

    Founded in 1993. Activity status unknown.

    Giffords Law Center has 25 years of experience fighting for the laws, policies, and programs proven to save lives from gun violence.

  • GoodWerk!

    GoodWerk!

    Activity status unknown.

    Goodwerk’s mission is to explain where progressive values are on the ballot and what we can do to support candidates that fight for those values.
  • Google News Initiative

    Google News Initiative

    Activity status unknown.

  • Grab Your Wallet

    Grab Your Wallet

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    To encourage boycotts of companies that carry Trump products
  • Grandmothers Against Gun Violence

    Grandmothers Against Gun Violence

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Grandmothers Against Gun Violence

  • Grassroots Coordinating Committee (GCC)

    Grassroots Coordinating Committee (GCC)

    Founded in 2107. Activity status unknown.

    The Grassroots Coordinating Committee has been meeting monthly since spring 2017. Its members have helped plan and implement a diverse range of events in conjunction with the Woman’s National Democratic Club and other organizations such as ActLocal, Democracy for America, the Democratic National Committee, Job-First.org, Network for Progress, NetworkNOVA, RISE Stronger, RISE District, The Women's March, and numerous grassroots groups from the Greater Washington, DC area.

  • Grassroots Leadership

    Grassroots Leadership

    501c4. Activity status unknown.

    At Grassroots Leadership, we believe no one should profit from the imprisonment of human beings. We live in the most incarcerated society in the history of the world. Every day we confront a prison industry that preys on pain because locking people up dehumanizes all of us.

  • Grassroots Network IL

    Grassroots Network IL

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    The purpose of Grassroots Network Illinois is to promote activities and provide information that supports informed citizenship and progressive values, including the following: It is the responsibility of a just society to strive for freedom, equality, and security for all its citizens. The government should represent the interests of the people, and not corporations. All individuals have different experiences, and those with privileges must listen to and stand up for those without. Grassroots Network Illinois is nonpartisan and will not endorse political candidates, however, it may provide a platform for progressive groups to share their endorsements and opinions.

  • Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance

    Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance

    Activity status unknown.

    The Greater New Orleans Housing Alliance is a collaborative of non-profit housing builders and community development corporations working to rebuild the housing stock available in the city of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city’s infrastructure. Since its creation in 2007, GNOHA has sought to create change in the Greater New Orleans community through public policy advocacy and public education. The collaborative advocates for the preservation and production of affordable housing for people within the Greater New Orleans metropolitan region and places a special emphasis on the needs of the most vulnerable in society - seniors, people with disabilities, veterans, low-wage workers and low-income families.

  • GreenLatinos

    GreenLatinos

    Founded in 2007. Activity status unknown.

    GreenLatinos is a national non-profit organization that convenes a broad coalition of Latino leaders committed to addressing national, regional and local environmental, natural resources and conservation issues that significantly affect the health and welfare of the Latino community in the United States.

  • GreenPeace USA

    GreenPeace USA

    Activity status unknown.

    Greenpeace has been peacefully defending the planet since 1971. By bringing together activists, supporters and people everywhere, Greenpeace has played a pivotal role in huge wins for the environment. The threat of global warming, destruction of ancient forests, deterioration of our oceans, and the threat of a nuclear disaster loom large and Greenpeace is actively working to address these and other threats.

  • Greenville Democrats

    Greenville Democrats

    Activity status unknown.

    The Greenville County Democratic Party (GCDP) is the local branch of the state and national Democratic Party. We share our party’s values, including a commitment to equal opportunity for all Americans, promoting economic growth, improving public education, protecting the environment, making health care affordable for all Americans, and keeping America strong at home while restoring its standing abroad.

    GCDP recruits and supports candidates for local office while helping statewide and national candidates organize within our county and win elections. We organize and connect volunteers with opportunities for involvement during elections and beyond. In between election cycles, we keep local Democrats connected with each other and informed about issues and events that are important to us. And hopefully, along the way, GCDP grows through attracting voters, young and old, independents as well as disenchanted partisans, to share our vision of community and to join us in making it a reality.

  • Group Against Smog and Pollution

    Group Against Smog and Pollution

    Founded in 1969. Activity status unknown.

    Group Against Smog and Pollution (GASP) is a non-profit citizens' group in Southwestern Pennsylvania working for a healthy, sustainable environment. Founded in 1969, GASP has been a diligent watchdog, educator, litigator, and policy-maker on many environmental issues, with a focus on air quality in the Pittsburgh region.

  • Harmony Labs

    Harmony Labs

    501c3. Activity status unknown.

  • Haven Coalition

    Haven Coalition

    Activity status unknown.

    The Haven Coalition is a 501c3 non-profit made up of volunteers dedicated to supporting people traveling to New York City for abortions.
  • Heart of L.A. Democratic Club

    Heart of L.A. Democratic Club

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We formed the Heart of L.A. Democratic Club in recognition of the growing awareness within the Democratic Party that women should be fully and equally represented both in the political community. Heart of L.A. Democratic Club is open to all Democrats who subscribe to our goals and purposes regardless of their gender identity.

    The mission of the Heart of L.A. Democratic Club is be to make the Democratic Party, the body politic and its elected officials responsive to, and responsible for, the needs of all people, particularly, though not exclusively, women in our community.

    We believe that we have a responsibility to ourselves and to society in general to affirm the role of women in the political arena. We are conscientious activists committed to stimulating advancement of feminist ideals through a combination of social fellowship, community involvement, and political activism.

    We seek to eliminate discrimination based upon gender and gender identity / expression, real or perceived sexual orientation, race, age, religion and/or disability. We promote freedom of choice and human and civil rights; and further economic and social justice for all people. We support public policy to further these goals.

    We will encourage and support feminist candidates for public office who are competent and qualified, and who are registered to vote as members of the Democratic Party.

    We will engage and empower feminists in the Democratic Party through volunteerism, fundraising and outreach. We believe that this process will sculpt future leaders who are committed to feminist principles, thereby positively influencing our community, state and nation.

  • Herndon Reston Indivisible

    Herndon Reston Indivisible

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We are fueling a progressive network to resist the Trump agenda while electing Democrats who support our values: transparency, inclusion, tolerance and fairness.

  • High School Democrats of Missouri

    High School Democrats of Missouri

    Active as of January 2019.

    High School Democrats of Missouri (MOHSD) is a student-run organization committing to promoting progressive politics. It is a gateway for students who want to get involved in Democratic politics. MOHSD has members across the state fighting for what they believe in.

  • HIPS

    HIPS

    Founded in 1993. Activity status unknown.

    HIPS promotes the health, rights, and dignity of individuals and communities impacted by sexual exchange and/or drug use due to choice, coercion, or circumstance. HIPS provides compassionate harm reduction services, advocacy, and community engagement that is respectful, non-judgmental, and affirms and honors individual power and agency. 

  • Homeless America LLC

    Homeless America LLC

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    Homeless America LLC. Non profit, Non government funded project, connecting disadvantaged Americans to emergency accommodation, food, clothes & support.

  • Human Rights Campaign

    Human Rights Campaign

    Founded in 1980. Activity status unknown.

    The Human Rights Campaign is America's largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer equality.

  • IGNITE

    IGNITE

    Activity status unknown.

    IGNITE is building a movement of young women who are ready and eager to become the next generation of political leaders. We build political ambition in young women via political & civic education.

  • Immigrant Defense Project

    Immigrant Defense Project

    Activity status unknown.

  • Immigrant Families Together

    Immigrant Families Together

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    Immigrant Families Together is a network of Americans committed to rapid response unification of families separated by the 'zero tolerance' policy.

  • Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC)

    Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC)

    Activity status unknown.

  • IN Stonewall Dems

    IN Stonewall Dems

    Activity status unknown.

    State-wide chapter of LGBTQ Hoosiers working to expand civil rights and elect more Democrats!

  • ​Independent Women’s Voice IWV

    ​Independent Women’s Voice IWV

    501c4. Activity status unknown.

    Independent Women’s Voice is an advocacy that fights for women and their loved ones by effectively expanding support among women, independents, and millennials for policy solutions that aren’t just well-intended, but actually enhance people’s freedom, choices, and opportunities. IWV has a track record of asking different questions, approaching problems creatively, seeing opportunities where most others haven’t, and winning.

  • Indiana High School Democrats

    Indiana High School Democrats

    Founded in 2010. Active as of January 2019.

    Our Mission is to spread the Democratic message to high school students across Indiana and engage them in the political process. Additionally, equip these high school Democrats with the tools they need to impact local, state, and national elections.

  • Indiana Young Democrats

    Indiana Young Democrats

    Activity status unknown.

    As the official youth caucus of the Indiana Democratic Party, the Indiana Young Democrats (IYD) mobilize young people between the ages of 14 and 35 to participate in the electoral process, influence elections, promote the ideals of the Democratic Party and develop the skills of the youth generation to serve as leaders on local, state, and national levels. IYD is also a recognized charter of the Young Democrats of America and a recognized constituency caucus on the Indiana Democratic Party State Central Committee.

  • Indigenous Climate

    Indigenous Climate

    Activity status unknown.

    Indigenous Climate Action (ICA) is an Indigenous-led organization, guided by Indigenous peoples from communities & regions across the country. Indigenous communities contribute the least to climate change yet are first to experience the effects of it. Therefore, Indigenous solutions need to be at the forefront. Our goal is to uplift Indigenous worldviews and experiences within climate discussions. Indigenous knowledge is key to finding sustainable and effective solutions. We are working towards true climate justice which guarantees real solutions and ensures that Indigenous rights will be upheld for generations to come.

  • Indivisible

    Indivisible

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to fuel a progressive grassroots network to defeat the Trump agenda.
  • Indivisible - IL 8th

    Indivisible - IL 8th

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible IL-8th District was formed in response to the unethical and authoritarian tendencies of the current administration. Our mission is to encourage resistance by helping to coordinate civic participation in the service of justice, liberty, ethics, and the protection of our US Constitution and democracy.

  • Indivisible 606

    Indivisible 606

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    A Chicago based Indivisible group focused on the power and responsibility to make change!

  • Indivisible Alabama

    Indivisible Alabama

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    No, You don't have to live in Alabama. Everyone who shares the following values is Welcome! Indivisible Values: Resist Trump’s agenda. We believe Trump’s agenda is racist, misogynistic, authoritarian and corrupt, and it must be stopped. Embrace progressive values. We model inclusion, respect and fairness in all of our actions. Coordinate and collaborate. We partner with other Indivisible groups on advocacy, elections and national Indivisible campaigns. Build a strong and strategic movement. We focus our efforts to maximize our impact, winning progressive policy victories and taking power at the local, state and federal level.

  • Indivisible Ally

    Indivisible Ally

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Advocacy progressive group based in Forest Park, IL. Affiliated with Indivisible.

  • Indivisible Brooklyn

    Indivisible Brooklyn

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible Brooklyn is part of the nationwide Indivisible grassroots movement and is open to all people dedicated to inclusion, tolerance and fairness. We are organizing to take political action in three areas: federal, state, and city governments. Our aim is to promote progressive policy through civic engagement, build strength in our community, and block the the regressive policies of the Trump administration.

  • Indivisible CA-33

    Indivisible CA-33

    Activity status unknown.

    Grassroots political action using the Indivisible guide. CA-33, West LA and Beach Cities.

  • Indivisible Chester County

    Indivisible Chester County

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible Chester County makes our voices known to our elected representatives, supports candidates with progressive positions, and takes part in non-violent exercise of our First Amendment rights.

  • Indivisible Chicago-South Side

    Indivisible Chicago-South Side

    Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible Chicago-South Side fights for progressive values via grassroots influence on our elected officials.

  • Indivisible Columbus

    Indivisible Columbus

    501c4. Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    We are residents of the Columbus, Ohio, area who are committed to resisting the Trump agenda locally by contacting our U.S. Representatives and Senators. We are part of the Indivisible Movement that was launched in December 2016 with the release of Indivisible: A Practical Guide For Resisting the Trump Agenda.

  • Indivisible Dallas

    Indivisible Dallas

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a group of progressive, action-oriented Dallas citizens resisting regression and promoting progressive values of equality for all in our city, state, and nationwide.

  • Indivisible Denver

    Indivisible Denver

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to empower citizens to advocate for progressive values through nonviolent political activism, community-building, and providing education focused on increasing civic literacy and building a stronger culture of participatory citizenship.

  • Indivisible Eastside

    Indivisible Eastside

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible Eastside is a local chapter of the Indivisible Movement, inspired by the Indivisible Guide. The Indivisible Guide was written by a group of former Congressional staffers who witnessed the success of the Tea Party and turned their experiences into a practical guide for resisting Donald Trump’s agenda.

    Indivisible Eastside’s mission is to work effectively together within the Eastside region of metropolitan Seattle to 1) stop the Trump Agenda and 2) advance progressive and compassionate policies and government per the Indivisible Guide (www.indivisible.org).

  • Indivisible Evanston

    Indivisible Evanston

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    A grassroots citizen action group dedicated to resisting the Trump agenda and part of the movement.

  • Indivisible Front Range Resistance

    Indivisible Front Range Resistance

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible Front Range Resistance (IFRR) is a citizen-led group representing communities along Colorado’s Front Range. IFRR is focused on local, state, and federal policy and elections and is dedicated to effecting progressive change through contacting members of Congress, social media campaigns, coordination with allied organizations, and peaceful participation in rallies, marches, and town halls. IFRR honors the Colorado way of life: one of fairness, opportunity, responsibility, freedom, and preservation of natural resources. IFRR believes that government should serve the people; that the economy should work hard for those who work hard; that every person should have the chance to succeed; that businesses who do right by their workers, communities, and the environment should be rewarded; and that everyone should have the freedom to live the lives they want.

  • Indivisible Georgia

    Indivisible Georgia

    Activity status unknown.

    We are citizens of Georgia. We share progressive values and are united in opposition to the reactionary, divisive, dystopian Trump agenda.

  • Indivisible Glen Ellyn

    Indivisible Glen Ellyn

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Organizing IL-6 and the Chicago suburbs.

  • Indivisible Greenwich

    Indivisible Greenwich

    Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible Greenwich is an issues-focused, grass-roots organization opposed to the Trump agenda. We are informed, engaged, and concerned citizens seeking results-oriented action to counter what we see as a fundamental threat to our nation's democracy.

  • Indivisible Hoosiers

    Indivisible Hoosiers

    Activity status unknown.

    Indiana Hoosiers Indivisible Against Trump and the Republican Agenda.

  • Indivisible Humboldt-Logan

    Indivisible Humboldt-Logan

    Activity status unknown.

    Proud members of the Resistance in Chicago's Humboldt Park and Logan Square neighborhoods.

  • Indivisible IL 14

    Indivisible IL 14

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Concerned citizens of Illinois 14th Congressional District fighting the Trump agenda. We are a group of concerned citizens dedicated to ensuring the continuation of our democracy based upon the tenets put forth through the Indivisible Guide. We believe in and promote community activism at all levels of government–from the local to national stage.

  • Indivisible IL 1st

    Indivisible IL 1st

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Combative Progressive resistance: Resist, Recruit, Train, Sustain.

  • Indivisible IL-18

    Indivisible IL-18

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Grassroots effort inspired by Indivisible Guide serving the IL-18th congressional district.

  • Indivisible Kane IL

    Indivisible Kane IL

    Activity status unknown.

    Kane County Illinois based group for resisting Donald Trump and Republicans.

  • Indivisible Kansas

    Indivisible Kansas

    501c4. Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Kansas congressional district 3 coming together to organize and take action in opposition to the Trump agenda, inspired by the Indivisible Guide.

  • Indivisible Kansas City

    Indivisible Kansas City

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Working to represent progressive voices, tolerance, diversity & respect in Missouri District 4. To empower ordinary people to engage with their elected representatives. Greater Kansas City will be a model of civic engagement, demonstrating the power of progressive, grassroots activism to hold elected officials accountable.

  • ​Indivisible Little Rock and Central Arkansas

    ​Indivisible Little Rock and Central Arkansas

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible Little Rock and Central Arkansas is a grassroots activist organization that promotes a progressive and inclusive agenda. We are dedicated to the principles of justice, equality, compassion, and honesty. Our actions are focused on ensuring these principles are upheld in all levels of government.

  • Indivisible Massachusetts

    Indivisible Massachusetts

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible MA is an all-volunteer, collaborative effort of 200+ Indivisible groups across the Commonwealth. Our goal is to amplify our collective work.

  • Indivisible Metro East

    Indivisible Metro East

    Activity status unknown.

    Grassroots Positive Progressive Activism in the St. Louis Metro East. Part of a diverse progressive movement of constituents across the country. With one spirit we are organizing locally to enact progressive positive changes.

  • Indivisible Mich-14

    Indivisible Mich-14

    Activity status unknown.

    Michigan's 14th District Indivisible. We are like-minded individuals in SE MI who resist through congressional advocacy. We will persist and win for democracy.

  • Indivisible Missouri

    Indivisible Missouri

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We are an Indivisible group focusing on issues impacting Missourians on both the state and local level. We also partner with other Indivisible and advocacy groups in pursuit of progressive policies at the local, state and federal levels.

  • Indivisible Nation Staten Island

    Indivisible Nation Staten Island

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    "Until we become politically mature we will always be deceived into supporting someone who doesn't have the good of our community at heart."

  • Indivisible NE Iowa

    Indivisible NE Iowa

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Northeastern Iowans committed to using strategic tactics to preserve our democracy in Iowa's 1st District. We also focus on SD 28/HD55 in Statehouse.

  • Indivisible Nob Hill

    Indivisible Nob Hill

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We believe that the next four years depend on citizens across the country standing indivisible against the Trump and GOP agenda. We believe that buying into false promises or accepting partial concessions will only further empower Trump to victimize our fellow citizens. We hope that this group will provide those who share that belief useful tools to make Congress listen.

  • Indivisible NY 22

    Indivisible NY 22

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Defending human rights, education, fair wages, social justice, the environment, and healthcare.

  • Indivisible Oak Park

    Indivisible Oak Park

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Progressive grassroots organization dedicated to resisting the Trump agenda. Built on values of inclusion, diversity, and tolerance.

  • Indivisible OH 14

    Indivisible OH 14

    501c4. Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Dedicated to making Ohio's 14th members of Congress aware of their constituents' opposition to the Trump agenda.

  • Indivisible Omaha

    Indivisible Omaha

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a grassroots organization of voters in Omaha inspired by the Indivisible Guide. We intend to serve as a resource to all individuals who would like to participate more effectively in the democratic process.

  • Indivisible Oregon

    Indivisible Oregon

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Dedicated to resisting the Trump agenda in OR through grassroots advocacy, working through our Members of Congress.

  • Indivisible Outer Banks

    Indivisible Outer Banks

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We unite progressive citizens of the Outer Banks of North Carolina to protect and defend civil and human rights across our community, state and nation, as well as to protect our environment. We do this by creating relationships and communicating with our Members of Congress as outlined in the Indivisible Guide.

  • Indivisible Pocantico

    Indivisible Pocantico

    Activity status unknown.

    This is the home of the Pocantico Hills chapter of the Indivisible movement. Most group members are located within the Pocantico Hills school district, (which encompasses portions of Elmsford, Pleasantville, Briarcliff, Sleepy Hollow, and Tarrytown) but we have no official affiliation with the school itself. People located in neighboring communities are always welcome.

  • INDIVISIBLE Raleigh NC

    INDIVISIBLE Raleigh NC

    Activity status unknown.

    NC 2nd Congressional District, Standing with the Indivisible movement, BAT Educators, Moral Mondays, Against NC Alt-Right agenda.

  • Indivisible Rapid City

    Indivisible Rapid City

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We are a group of progressives using non-violent and focused pressure to resist the current administration's regressive policies to ensure freedom, equality, liberty, and justice for all. This is our mission statement. Our story is being written today and everyday going forward. Find your voice.


  • Indivisible Salt Lake

    Indivisible Salt Lake

    501c4. Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    A grassroots organization resisting the Trump agenda in the spirit of inclusion, tolerance, and fairness.

  • Indivisible SC 4

    Indivisible SC 4

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible in Greenville/Spartanburg, SC, resisting the Trump agenda

  • Indivisible South Suburban Chicago

    Indivisible South Suburban Chicago

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We are a group of concerned citizens from the south suburbs of Chicago who resist the radical right wing agenda of the present administration and are committed to holding our elected officials accountable to uphold principles of economic and social justice for all Americans. We primarily reside in Congressional Districts 1,2, and 3, but welcome residents of neighboring districts as well. We hold monthly general meetings to see our events check out "Chicagoland Resistance Events" Facebook Page for our next meeting date and feel free to share those posts as that group is public. Our Mission: “We are a grassroots group working to promote tolerance, inclusion, equality, justice, and fairness in local, state and national politics.”

  • Indivisible Stanford

    Indivisible Stanford

    Activity status unknown.

    Inspired by , Indivisible Stanford is comprised of students, faculty, and staff at Stanford University and the local community.

  • Indivisible STL

    Indivisible STL

    501c4. Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    A diverse, progressive movement of constituents builds power across the country by organizing locally, developing and remaking civic institutions, building consciousness and solidarity, and forming strong partnerships and coalitions. We hold the Democratic Party accountable for championing progressive values and hold government accountable to the needs of all of its constituents. We change the conversation about our country’s values and ultimately take power in government at every level to make it responsive to those values.

  • Indivisible Sumner

    Indivisible Sumner

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We are citizens of Sumner Co organizing and advocating for the values of diversity, social justice and environmental conservation. Together We Stand Indivisible.

  • Indivisible Upper East Side

    Indivisible Upper East Side

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We are committed to resisting the Trump administration/hate groups and advancing social progress. A weekly newsletter keeps members informed about actions they can take. Meetings are monthly.
  • Indivisible WA Enviro

    Indivisible WA Enviro

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a coalition of grassroots community groups in WA State dedicated to actions for the environment and using the strategies from the Indivisible Guide.

  • Indivisible We Stand

    Indivisible We Stand

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Working hard on the upper west side of NYC to resist the Trump agenda.

  • Indivisible Westchester

    Indivisible Westchester

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Indivisible Westchester is a movement of neighbors and friends working together to protect the core values of this great nation. Resisting the Trump agenda on the local, state and national level.

  • Indivisibles NC

    Indivisibles NC

    Activity status unknown.

    A network of 100+ Indivisible Guide aligned groups across North Carolina working together to protect our democracy and resist 45's agenda.

  • International Center on Nonviolent Conflict

    International Center on Nonviolent Conflict

    Founded in 2002. Activity status unknown.

    ICNC focuses on how ordinary people wage nonviolent conflict to win rights, freedom and justice.

  • International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change

    International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change

    Founded in 2008. Activity status unknown.

    Indigenous peoples (IPs) have a particular contribution to make in discussions around climate change and sustainability, given their strong historic and cultural connection and the stewardship role they continue to play in sustainably managing many of the world’s biological resources.

  • International Rescue Committee

    International Rescue Committee

    501c3. Founded in 1933. Activity status unknown.

    The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future.

  • International Rescue Committee

    International Rescue Committee

    Activity status unknown.

  • It Starts Today

    It Starts Today

    Activity status unknown.

    It Starts Today is an independent initiative through which grassroots donors can fund every Democratic nominee for the House and Senate. We don’t play favorites or write anyone off, and your money goes directly to the nominee in every race in every district in every state.

  • Jails Action Coalition

    Jails Action Coalition

    Activity status unknown.

    JAC is a coalition of activists that includes formerly incarcerated and currently incarcerated people, family members and other community members who are working to promote human rights, dignity and safety for people in New York City jails.

  • James Lawson Institute

    James Lawson Institute

    Activity status unknown.

    The James Lawson Institute draws lessons from past and present civil resistance movements around the world. The Instituite emphasizes a strategic perspective and empirical approach to building movements and nonviolent conflict to enduce change.

  • Jewish Democrats Association

    Jewish Democrats Association

    Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to support Democrats running for office throughout the Untied States who best reflect Jewish values.

  • Jobs First

    Jobs First

    Activity status unknown.

    Jobs-First.org is a bold new 501(c)(4) advocacy group whose goal is to build a "Jobs-First Movement" to create good paying American jobs and grow an economy that works for everyone.

  • Journalism Seal Team

    Journalism Seal Team

    Activity status unknown.

  • Jr. Newtown Action Alliance

    Jr. Newtown Action Alliance

    501c4. Founded in 2013. Activity status unknown.

    Newtown Action Alliance is a Newtown-based, national grassroots organization formed after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings. Our mission is to achieve the steady and continuous reduction of gun violence through legislative and cultural changes. Students from Newtown High School working to Honor With Actionto End Gun Violence in America for 5 years never forget the 26.

  • Justice Roundtable

    Justice Roundtable

    Activity status unknown.

  • Kansas First Congressional District Democrats

    Kansas First Congressional District Democrats

    Activity status unknown.

    The First Congressional District (CD1) plans to assist the Kansas Democratic Party in a united effort to elect strong and responsible leaders who are committed to bettering the lives of everyday Kansans.

  • Kapor Center for Social Impact

    Kapor Center for Social Impact

    Activity status unknown.

  • Keystone Progress

    Keystone Progress

    Activity status unknown.

    PA's largest and most effective progressive network.

  • Knock Every Door

    Knock Every Door

    Activity status unknown.

  • LA Forward

    LA Forward

    Activity status unknown.

    LA Forward links you with time-tested organizers and policy experts in order to build a powerful movement for a just, democratic, and sustainable world

  • LA Voice PICO

    LA Voice PICO

    Activity status unknown.

    LA Voice is a multi-racial, multi-faith community organization that awakens people to their own power, training them to speak, act, and work together to transform our County into one that reflects the dignity of all people.

  • Laguna Beach Democratic Club

    Laguna Beach Democratic Club

    Founded in 1946. Activity status unknown.

    As the official organization for Laguna Beach Democrats, our club is dedicated to electing and supporting Democrats on the local, state and national levels. While Orange County has historically registered Republican, Democrats are now within mere percentage points of becoming the third largest Democratic county in California.

  • Lambda Legal

    Lambda Legal

    Activity status unknown.

  • Leadership Conference

    Leadership Conference

    Activity status unknown.

  • League of Conservation Voters

    League of Conservation Voters

    Activity status unknown.

    The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) works to turn environmental values into national, state and local priorities. LCV, in collaboration with our state LCV partners, advocates for sound environmental laws and policies, holds elected officials accountable for their votes and actions, and elects pro-environment candidates who will champion our priority issues.

  • League of Women Voters

    League of Women Voters

    Activity status unknown.

    The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
  • Let America Vote

    Let America Vote

    Activity status unknown.

    Let America Vote is a hub for action to make voting an easier, more accessable part of American Democracy. Through online and grassroots organizing, an aggressive earned media strategy, and advertising, LAV plans to be a big part of local and national elections.

  • LetAmericaVote

    LetAmericaVote

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Through online and grassroots organizing, an aggressive earned media strategy, and advertising, Let America Vote will play a crucial role among the existing network of organizations fighting for voting rights.
  • LGBT Dems Mec County

    LGBT Dems Mec County

    Activity status unknown.

    The Mecklenburg County LGBTQ Democrats, an auxiliary of the Mecklenburg County Democratic Party, works to provide the LGBTQ community with a strong voice and representation within the party structure; securing full equal rights for LGBTQ Citizens through effective legislation and policies; electing pro-equality Democrats to office and encouraging LGBTQ persons to participate fully as Democrats at all levels of policy-making and public service.

  • LGBTQ Democrats of Mecklenburg County

    LGBTQ Democrats of Mecklenburg County

    Activity status unknown.

    The purpose of the Mecklenburg County LGBTQ Democrats and the LGBTQ Democrats of North Carolina is to work within the North Carolina Democratic Party, providing a strong voice and representation within the party structure; securing full equal rights for LGBTQ Citizens through effective legislation and policies; electing pro-equality Democrats to office and encouraging LGBTQ persons to participate fully as Democrats at all levels of policy-making and public service.

  • LIFE Camp, Inc.

    LIFE Camp, Inc.

    Founded in 2002. Activity status unknown.

    LIFE Camp incorporates best practice in youth violence prevention and intervention and tailors activities to fit the unique community ecology and culture in the neighborhoods we serve. According to the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, effective prevention of youth involvement in gangs includes: community mobilization, social intervention, opportunities for educational and vocational advancements, and organizational change. LIFE Camp, Inc. uses a unique and creative application of music/arts, film and service as a powerful vehicle to implement these strategies in communities with youth.

  • Live Free/PICO

    Live Free/PICO

    Activity status unknown.

    An Of-Faith aliance combating the violent crisis in our Nation in which the poor and communities of color are disproportionately impacted. People of color are lost to gun violence and incarceration and their plan is to stop this by ensuring that sheriffs, prosecutors, police chiefs, mayors, city council members and county commissioners are held accountable as allies, not obstacles, to reform.

  • Livingroom Conversations

    Livingroom Conversations

    Founded in 2010. Activity status unknown.

  • Long Island Progressive Coalition  LIPC

    Long Island Progressive Coalition LIPC

    Activity status unknown.

    The Long Island Progressive Coalition is a grassroots community-based organization dedicated to racial, social, and economic justice.

  • Long Islanders for Gun Safety

    Long Islanders for Gun Safety

    Activity status unknown.

    Grassroots Group. Pleading with regular folks to become politically and socially active. Gun SAFETY. Wide eyed dreamers.

  • Louisiana High School Democrats

    Louisiana High School Democrats

    Active as of January 2019.

    Our goals are to expand the Democratic Party to the youth, promote the ideas and values of the party, and help elect democratic candidates on the local, state, and national levels. Our aim is to engage young people in the political process and, hopefully, produce a more awakened and informed future electorate.

  • Love Army

    Love Army

    Activity status unknown.

    The LoveArmy is a value-based movement, advancing diversity, inclusion, and compassion. They stand against those who want to turn people on each other, rather than to each other; growing love and power through education, connection, and action.

  • Lowcountry Indivisible

    Lowcountry Indivisible

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Lowcountry Indivisible is the Hilton Head / Bluffton SC chapter of the nationwide non-partisan grassroots organization dedicated to resisting the Trump agenda.

  • Make the Road New York (MRNY)

    Make the Road New York (MRNY)

    Founded in 2007. Activity status unknown.

    Make the Road New York (MRNY) is a 20,000-strong member organization that builds the power of Latino and working-class communities to achieve dignity and justice through organizing, policy innovation, transformative education, and survival services. At MRNY, we believe that to organize effectively for justice, the people most impacted by injustice must lead. That is why we are a membership organization and why we are led by working class immigrants and people of color. MRNY members work through issue committees: civil rights and immigrant rights; workers’ rights; housing and environmental justice; LGBTQ justice; education justice and the rights of parents and students in the public schools. We also run an extremely active youth program and a nonpartisan voter engagement program. Our organizing campaigns and innovative service programs have tangibly improved the lives of millions of working people and have served as models for others across the nation. We’re now facing the biggest challenge in Make the Road New York’s history. We are ramping up to work harder and more bravely than ever before. We’ve jumped into action to respond to the surge need for services to provide legal support and help adults and children in the immigrant community handle stress, anxiety and fear. We’re connecting community members to mental health providers and opening our community centers as safe spaces for healing, story sharing and peer support.
  • Make the Road NY

    Make the Road NY

    Founded in 2010. Activity status unknown.

    Make the Road New York builds the power of immigrant and working class communities to achieve dignity and justice.
  • Make the Road NY

    Make the Road NY

    Activity status unknown.

    Make the Road New York (MRNY) builds the power of Latino and working class communities to achieve dignity and justice through organizing, policy innovation, transformative education, and survival services.

  • Man Up!

    Man Up!

    Founded in 2005. Activity status unknown.

    MAN UP! INC’S mission is to serve urban neighborhoods as a Multi-Cultural, social service Agency for Neighborhood improvement and for the complete Understanding of emergency Preparedness!

  • Mariposas Sin Fronteras

    Mariposas Sin Fronteras

    Activity status unknown.

  • MASK Mothers/Men Against Senseless Killings

    MASK Mothers/Men Against Senseless Killings

    501c3. Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    MASK (Mothers/Men Against Senseless Killings) was established in 2015 as a way to put eyes on the streets, interrupt violence and crime, and teach children to grow up as friends rather than enemies. A group of caring individuals in the community began to simply hang out on the block, cook food, and emanate love. MASK is a force that empowers us to be the voice of change, safety, and presence for our families and communities. As individuals joined together, our many voices are amplified as one.

  • Massachusetts Together We Can

    Massachusetts Together We Can

    Activity status unknown.

    Welcome to Massachusetts Together We Can. We are a grassroots organization of people who have come together because of the increasing threat to our civil liberties, to human rights, guaranteed in our Constitution. We share the belief that each of us has an active role in preserving democracy. Through our votes and our voices, we are the critical check in the balance of power. As activists, we engage in peaceful protest and outreach to local, state, and federal elected representatives. At the same time, we participate in political campaigns in Massachusetts and around the country, supporting candidates who share our belief in equality and justice for all people.

  • Mazzoni Center

    Mazzoni Center

    Activity status unknown.

  • Meetup #Resist

    Meetup #Resist

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Concerned about where things are heading? You're not alone. Join others who care about what’s happening to democracy, human rights, social justice, equality, sustainability, and other issues in your area. It’s ok if you’ve never been to a protest, march, or town hall—start here. You really can make a difference.
  • Michigan Democratic Party

    Michigan Democratic Party

    Activity status unknown.

    Our focus is on putting Michigan issues first, fighting for families, seniors, students, and veterans, and working to elect Democrats across the state, while holding Republicans accountable across the board. From the grassroots to the Capitol steps, the only way we can move our state forward is if we work together to build a stronger, better Michigan Democratic Party.
  • Michigan United

    Michigan United

    Founded in 2013. Activity status unknown.

    Fighting for our families on issues of labor, immigration, environment, and justice. Fighting against racism, inequality, and greed in Michigan.
  • Mijente

    Mijente

    Activity status unknown.

  • Million Hoodies

    Million Hoodies

    Activity status unknown.

  • Missoula Rises

    Missoula Rises

    Activity status unknown.

    Missoula Rises is a community-led, local group committed to the protection of the rights of our community members. Our group serves Missoula, the Bitterroot Valley and surrounding areas. We seek to effectuate local change with the intent that our local work will eventually have an impact on a larger scale. We are non-partisan and inclusive. Diversity is key. We seek input from all people and understand the success of our message depends on the diversity of voices. Missoula Rises will further the protection of human rights through: education, dialogue, vigilance, accountability and activism.

  • MISSOURI 2ND DISTRICT FOR CHANGE

    MISSOURI 2ND DISTRICT FOR CHANGE

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Our organization began in early 2017 with 13 people in a St. Louis County living room. We are not professional organizers or politicians. We are concerned citizens, who are worried about the direction our country is taking and the loss of accountability, transparency, and open discourse.

  • Mobilize America

    Mobilize America

    Activity status unknown.

    MobilizeAmerica is a platform that connects individuals, grassroots groups, and national progressive organizations with the most impactful volunteer-led electoral actions to elect Democrats. Our mobile app and event scheduling platform allow anyone to find high impact campaign events near them, and allows hard working candidates to know help is coming.

  • Momentum

    Momentum

    Activity status unknown.

    Momentum is a training institute and movement incubator. We give progressive organizers the tools and frameworks to build massive, decentralized social movements.

  • Moms Clean Air Force

    Moms Clean Air Force

    Activity status unknown.

    Moms Clean Air Force is a community of over 1,000,000 moms—and dads!—working together to combat air pollution, including the urgent crisis of our changing climate.
  • Moms Rising

    Moms Rising

    Founded in 2006. Activity status unknown.

    MomsRising combines the best of American innovation and ingenuity. We are a transformative on-the-ground and online multicultural organization of more than a million members and over a hundred aligned organizations working to increase family economic security, to end discrimination against women and mothers, and to build a nation where both businesses and families can thrive.
  • Moral Mondays

    Moral Mondays

    Founded in 2013. Activity status unknown.

    Originally a series of protests in response to decisions made in North Carolina about voting, taxes, repealing the Racial Justice Act, abortion limitations, and etc. Became a grassroots social movement active in several other states: New Mexico, Illinois, Georgia, South Carolina. More of a movement than an organization. Current focus: lead by William J. Barber II, attempting to spread N.C.'s model of protest and resistance to other states
  • Mothers Out Front

    Mothers Out Front

    Activity status unknown.

    We are building a movement of mothers, grandmothers and caregivers who are working for the swift and just transition from fossil fuels to clean, renewable energy.
  • Movement 2020

    Movement 2020

    Activity status unknown.

  • Movement for Black Lives

    Movement for Black Lives

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    In response to the sustained and increasingly visible violence against Black communities in the U.S. and globally, a collective of more than 50 organizations representing thousands of Black people from across the country have come together with renewed energy and purpose to articulate a common vision and agenda.
  • Movement Voter Project

    Movement Voter Project

    Activity status unknown.

    Movement Voter Project is a new platform for progressive donors - big and small. They provide the best local voter organizing groups and key national resistance networks and give them a platform to recieve donations.

  • MoveOn

    MoveOn

    Activity status unknown.

    Launched in 1998, MoveOn pioneered online organizing and advocacy techniques that have become standard in politics, nonprofits, and industry in the U.S. and worldwide. They combine rapid-response political campaigning with deep strategic analysis, rigorous data science and testing, and a culture of grassroots member listening and participation that allows us to consistently and quickly identify opportunities for progressive change–and mobilize millions of members to seize them.

  • MoveOn Resistance Summer

    MoveOn Resistance Summer

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Resistance Summer has three core objectives: build and demonstrate the electoral power of the Resistance; develop new leadership and capacity—1,000 MoveOn Mobilizers building strategic capacity, organizing and mobilizing skills, and relationships, ready to take action in moments of rapid response; and win tangible victories this summer against Trumpism and for a hopeful future.
  • MPOWER Change

    MPOWER Change

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    MPOWER CHANGE IS A GRASSROOTS MOVEMENT ROOTED IN DIVERSE MUSLIM COMMUNITIES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES WHO ARE WORKING TOGETHER TO BUILD SOCIAL, SPIRITUAL, RACIAL, AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE FOR ALL PEOPLE. Their actions are mostly online campaigns.
  • NAACP Legal Defense Fund

    NAACP Legal Defense Fund

    Activity status unknown.

  • NACA

    NACA

    501c6. Founded in 2003. Activity status unknown.

    Formed in 2003, NACA is a 501(c)6 trade association located in Washington, D.C. that advocates on behalf of NACA Members – Tribes, Alaska Native Corporations (ANC), and Native Hawaiian Organizations (NHO) on issues relevant to federal contracting. NACA members span the entire United States, and conduct business in all 50 states and internationally. These entities have a strong presence in the federal contracting marketplace as both prime and subcontractors, and provide valuable goods and services to the federal government in nearly every industry code. The net profits these entities derive from providing such goods and services fund important tribal programs designed to safeguard the customs and traditions of Native communities across the country.

  • NARAL

    NARAL

    Founded in 1969. Activity status unknown.

    The 1.2 million member activists of NARAL Pro-Choice America fight for reproductive freedom for every person in every state. Each day, they organize and mobilize to protect that freedom by fighting for access to abortion care, birth control, paid parental leave and protections from pregnancy discrimination.

  • National ADAPT

    National ADAPT

    Activity status unknown.

    ADAPT is a national grass-roots community that organizes disability rights activists to engage in nonviolent direct action, including civil disobedience, to assure the civil and human rights of people with disabilities to live in freedom.

  • National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum Metro Atlanta Chapter

    National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum Metro Atlanta Chapter

    Founded in 1996. Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to build collective power of all AAPI women and girls to gain full agency over our lives, our families, and our communities.

  • National Association For Equal Opportunity in Higher Education

    National Association For Equal Opportunity in Higher Education

    Founded in 1969. Activity status unknown.

    The National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education (NAFEO) is the 501(c)(3), tax-exempt, not-for-profit umbrella organization of the nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Predominantly Black Institutions (PBIs). Founded in 1969, NAFEO is the only membership association of its kind, representing the presidents and chancellors of the diverse black colleges and universities: public, private and land-grant, two-year, four-year, graduate and professional, historically and predominantly black colleges and universities.

  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

    National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

    Activity status unknown.

  • National Black Justice Coalition NBJC

    National Black Justice Coalition NBJC

    Activity status unknown.

    The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) is a civil rights organization dedicated to the empowerment of Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and same gender loving (LGBTQ/SGL) people, including people living with HIV/AIDS. NBJC’s mission is to end racism, homophobia, and LGBTQ/SGL bias and stigma. As America’s leading national Black LGBTQ/SGL civil rights organization focused on federal public policy, NBJC has accepted the charge to lead Black families in strengthening the bonds and bridging the gaps between the movements for racial justice and LGBTQ/SGL equality.

  • National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV)

    National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV)

    Activity status unknown.

  • National Council of Jewish Women

    National Council of Jewish Women

    Activity status unknown.

    The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW strives for social justice by improving the quality of life for women, children, and families and by safeguarding individual rights and freedoms.

  • National Democratic Training Committee

    National Democratic Training Committee

    Activity status unknown.

    We train Democrats and progressives running for office at every level. For free.

  • National Domestic Workers Alliance

    National Domestic Workers Alliance

    Activity status unknown.

  • National Equality Action Team (NEAT)

    National Equality Action Team (NEAT)

    Founded in 2012. Activity status unknown.

    The National Equality Action Team (NEAT) is the home for harnessing and building the unique power of everyday people and partners anywhere, to make extraordinary change together for LGBTQ+ Justice everywhere. We do this through intersectional, grassroots, collective action and education.

  • National Immigration Forum

    National Immigration Forum

    Activity status unknown.

  • National Immigration Law Center

    National Immigration Law Center

    Activity status unknown.

  • National Institute for Criminal Justice Reform

    National Institute for Criminal Justice Reform

    Activity status unknown.

    The National Institute for Criminal Justice Reform (NICJR) is a non-profit organization providing technical assistance, consulting, research, and organizational development in the fields of juvenile and criminal justice, youth development, and violence prevention. NICJR provides consultation, program development technical assistance and training to an array of organizations; including government agencies, non-profit organizations, and philanthropic foundations.

  • National Organization for Women (NOW)

    National Organization for Women (NOW)

    Activity status unknown.

    NOW stands for the National Organization for Women. NOW’s purpose is to take action through intersectional grassroots activism to promote feminist ideals, lead societal change, eliminate discrimination, and achieve and protect the equal rights of all women and girls in all aspects of social, political, and economic life.
  • National Women’s Law Center

    National Women’s Law Center

    Activity status unknown.

  • Native American Rights Fund

    Native American Rights Fund

    Activity status unknown.

  • Native Organizers Alliance

    Native Organizers Alliance

    Activity status unknown.

  • NC Progressives

    NC Progressives

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Progressives must be active in the resistance to grow the blue wave by donating, volunteering, canvassing, phone banking and sending postcards to voters NC Resists.

  • NC Women United

    NC Women United

    501c3. Founded in 1990. Activity status unknown.

    NC Women United (NCWU) is a coalition of progressive organizations and individuals working to achieve the full political, social, and economic equality of all women across North Carolina. NCWU works to build women’s power through grassroots activism, community organizing, legislative advocacy, and engagement in the political process.

  • NEA

    NEA

    Activity status unknown.

  • New American Leaders

    New American Leaders

    Activity status unknown.

    New American Leaders recruits recognized individuals with a track record of civic involvement and trains them in the key skills needed for leadership from the community to the Capitol. We provide new American leaders with a non-partisan, safe space in which they can learn about the challenges and opportunities of citizenship commitment and determine how they can best contribute to making our democracy stronger and more vibrant. Our goals are threefold: to expand the number of immigrants in leadership positions, increase voter participation in immigrant communities and allow immigrant voters more opportunities to engage with leaders who reflect their unique experiences.

  • New Democracy

    New Democracy

    Activity status unknown.

    New Democracy is a “home base” and support network for pragmatic Democratic leaders – governors, mayors, state officials and Members of Congress. Its mission is to expand the party’s appeal across Middle America and make Democrats competitive everywhere.

  • New Founders

    New Founders

    Activity status unknown.

    This conference is for anyone that wants to reshape the future of politics in America. Reguardless of background, all with a desire to build a new democracy can join. This is past calling reps and resistance--this is going to directly bridge people into teams solving critical problems based on your skill set, so they can work alongside leaders as a leader to make the change we need.

  • New Georgia Project

    New Georgia Project

    Founded in 2014. Activity status unknown.

    Register, engage & advocate for the Rising American Electorate/New American Majority: African Americans, Latinos, Asian Americans, Women & Young People (18-29)

  • New Georgia Project

    New Georgia Project

    Activity status unknown.

    The New Georgia Project is a non-partisan effort to register and civically engage the rising electorate in the state of Georgia.

  • New Leaders Council

    New Leaders Council

    Activity status unknown.

    The mission of New Leaders Council (NLC) is to train and support the next generation of progressive political entrepreneurs – those who are leading industries, setting trends, and building institutions that support robust civic and political life in a global America.

    NLC believes in recruiting emerging leaders from outside of the traditional power structures, engaging them on both local and national levels, and equipping them to be civic leaders – not only for elective office, but also in their communities and workplaces.

  • New Trier Democrats

    New Trier Democrats

    Activity status unknown.

    We believe that participation in the political process is necessary to ensure good government: a government that is fair, honest, effective, and compassionate.

  • New York Communities for Change (NYCC)

    New York Communities for Change (NYCC)

    Founded in 2010. Activity status unknown.

    New York Communities for change is a multi-racial membership based organization of working families fighting against economic and racial oppression. NYCC members are agents of change, building movements and campaigns from the ground up and fighting corporate power at its core.

  • New York Immigration Coalition

    New York Immigration Coalition

    Founded in 2008. Activity status unknown.

    The NYIC is an advocacy group that brings together more than 200 diverse member organizations to advance justice & opportunity for all.
  • New York’s 2nd District Democrats

    New York’s 2nd District Democrats

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    New York’s 2nd District Democrats (NY02Dems) is a grassroots political organization dedicated to reenergizing the Democratic base, mobilizing local residents, flipping our Congressional district, and electing progressive Democrats at every level of government. We engage voters in local politics year round – not just during election season. We are also working to ensure that President Trump’s election is the spark that ignites the strongest, most unified social justice movement our country has ever seen.
  • New/Mode

    New/Mode

    Activity status unknown.

    New/Mode is a values-based platform, providing targeted engagement tools that activate grassroots power to help campaigns win. New/Mode is proud to be supported and owned by a network of non-profit organizations and social impact investors.

  • Newtown Action Alliance

    Newtown Action Alliance

    Activity status unknown.

    Newtown Action Alliance is a Newtown-based, national grassroots organization formed after the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings. Our mission is to achieve the steady and continuous reduction of gun violence through legislative and cultural changes.

  • Nextgen America

    Nextgen America

    Founded in 2013. Activity status unknown.

    NextGen America acts politically to prevent climate disaster, promote prosperity, and protect the fundamental rights of every American. Since our founding as NextGen Climate in 2013, we’ve worked to fight climate change by advancing the transition to a clean energy economy. We’ve supported candidates who support climate action. We’ve fought to halt the Keystone XL pipeline and registered more than 1 million voters nationwide. Now, the same values that drive our work on climate are under unprecedented attack from all directions. We’re proud to step up the fight for immigrant rights, affordable health care, prosperity, and equality.

  • NextGen Climate

    NextGen Climate

    Activity status unknown.

    NextGen Climate acts politically to prevent climate disaster and promote prosperity for every American.
  • Niagara County Democratic Committee

    Niagara County Democratic Committee

    Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to organize and operate the Niagara County Democratic Committee as a community of people that are open, inclusive, accessible and principle-based. This committee will pride itself on following and promoting a democratic process that will motivate and engage all citizens. Together, we will empower one another to use our voices as the tool through which our future is crafted.

  • North Brooklyn Progressive Democrats

    North Brooklyn Progressive Democrats

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    North Brooklyn Progressive Democrats is a political organization based in Brooklyn, NY dedicated to promoting local civic engagement in the North Brooklyn neighborhoods of Greenpoint, Williamsburg, and Bushwick.

  • North Brooklyn Progressive Democrats

    North Brooklyn Progressive Democrats

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    North Brooklyn Progressive Democrats is a political organization based in Brooklyn, NY dedicated to promoting local civic engagement in the North Brooklyn neighborhoods of Greenpoint, Williamsburg, and Bushwick.

  • North Shore Indivisible IL 10

    North Shore Indivisible IL 10

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    North Shore Indivisible is a political grassroots organization made up of concerned citizens like you in Illinois’ 10th Congressional District.

  • North Side Action

    North Side Action

    Activity status unknown.

    Illinois 9th District

  • Northeast Arkansas Indivisible

    Northeast Arkansas Indivisible

    501c4. Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We are a grassroots organization of local advocates, educators, and aspiring politicians who use non-violent resistance to affect positive change and demand action from our legislators.

  • Northside Chicago Swing Left

    Northside Chicago Swing Left

    Activity status unknown.

    Time for a change in Illinois's 6th Congressional District.

  • Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

    Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

    Activity status unknown.

    Northwest Immigrant Rights Project keeps families together, protects people from violence, and takes injustice to court.

  • NRDC

    NRDC

    Founded in 1970. Activity status unknown.

    International nonprofit advocacy organization focused on environmental protection and justice through advocacy, policy, and legal action.
  • NRDC Action

    NRDC Action

    Activity status unknown.

    NRDC works to safeguard the earth—its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends. NRDC experts use data and science to unearth the root causes of the problems that confront us. We use that information to blueprint transformative solutions, and we mobilize the support of partners, members, and activists to advocate for laws and policies that will protect our environment far into the future.

  • NWNY

    NWNY

    501c3. Founded in 2014. Activity status unknown.

    New Women New Yorkers believes in the vast potential that every immigrant woman coming to New York has to contribute to our city, regardless of her national origin, cultural background, or educational level. We believe that respect and value for diversity in all aspects of our organization are fundamental.
  • NY4US

    NY4US

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    NY4US is a grassroots movement focused on taking back the United States for the left, with a focus on high impact opportunities in state legislatures in swing states. We apply our selection and vetting process to identify energetic, diverse candidates in winnable races who share our progressive values and can become future leaders, then we hold NYC-based fundraisers to give them the support they need to reach voters and spread their message.
  • NYC Veterans Alliance

    NYC Veterans Alliance

    Activity status unknown.

    The NYC Veterans Alliance achieves community wellness and access to services for all veterans in New York City and beyond, regardless of service era or discharge status. We empower veterans, families, and civilian allies to connect as a community, advocate for improved policies, and advance as civic leaders.

  • NYICYPLC

    NYICYPLC

    Activity status unknown.

    A network of emerging leaders who advocate on behalf of the to promote immigrant justice.

  • Occupy Democrats

    Occupy Democrats

    Founded in 2012. Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to enact progressive change and defeat President Trump's supermajority in 2018 and send him packing in 2020. Daily posts re: progressive policies, equality, progressive reforms, campaign finance, Democratic Occupy developments, Republican corporatism, Trump extremism, and more!

  • OD Action

    OD Action

    Founded in 2012. Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to enact progressive change and defeat President Trump's supermajority in 2018 and send him packing in 2020. Daily posts re: progressive policies, equality, progressive reforms, campaign finance, Democratic Occupy developments, Republican corporatism, Trump extremism, and more!

  • OFA

    OFA

    Activity status unknown.

    OFA works to ensure the voices of ordinary Americans are heard in Washington, while training the next generation of grassroots organizers that will keep fighting for change by organizing action.

  • Ohio Poor People's Campaign

    Ohio Poor People's Campaign

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is uniting tens of thousands of people across the country to challenge the evils of systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation and the nation’s distorted morality.

  • Oklahoma Progressive Network

    Oklahoma Progressive Network

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    The Oklahoma Progressive Network was founded in the buildup and wake of the 2016 Presidential election. A group of highly motivated activists came together to form an environment for Progressive Oklahomans to discuss, plan, and take civic action.

  • ONABEN

    ONABEN

    501c3. Founded in 2009. Activity status unknown.

    ONABEN works with Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian communities throughout the country to support and empower aspiring entrepreneurs.

  • One Arizona

    One Arizona

    Activity status unknown.

    NE Arizona is a non-partisan partnership dedicated to voter registration to bring about full electoral participation by the Latino Community.

  • Onward Together

    Onward Together

    Activity status unknown.

    Onward Together is dedicated to advancing the vision that earned nearly 66 million votes in the last election. By encouraging people to organize, get involved, and run for office, Onward Together will advance progressive values and work to build a brighter future for generations to come.
  • Open Progress

    Open Progress

    Activity status unknown.

    Open Progress' mission is to end the hold of big money on our government - reaching one citizen at a time. We imagine a world where our leaders are honorable and authentic. Where government is beholden to regular people, not only to the super rich. We believe that every citizen's voice should be heard, and counted.

  • Our Climate

    Our Climate

    Activity status unknown.

    Our Climate mobilizes and empowers the generations most affected by climate change to pass inclusive, science-based climate policy through creative civic engagement.
  • Palm Beach Indivisibles

    Palm Beach Indivisibles

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a non-partisan group of activists whose primary goal is to protect what makes America great. As Palm Beach Indivisibles, we use our strategic Winter White House advantage to defend, resist and persist at all levels of the local, state and national government.

  • Pantsuit Nation

    Pantsuit Nation

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    We believe that stories are an essential part of activism. The empathetic potential of first person narrative to create social change is widely recognized and yet often dismissed as less effective than data driven approaches. The power of emotion, authentic connection, and socially reinforced empathy to shift our understanding of how abstract policy affects individual lives and to create a sense of urgency to engage with our democracy is at our fingertips. Let’s use it.
  • PantsuitNation

    PantsuitNation

    Activity status unknown.

    The mission is to build a foundation for a more equitable and engaged democracy by taking a long path approach to building power and a broad view of civic engagement. (PN) meets people where they are and provide resources to get them where they want to go.

  • Peace Corps

    Peace Corps

    Founded in 1961. Activity status unknown.

    In 1961, President John F. Kennedy established the Peace Corps to promote world peace and friendship.

  • Pennsylvania Women's March

    Pennsylvania Women's March

    Activity status unknown.

    Marching In support of the advocacy and resistance movements that reflect our multiple and intersecting identities. This march is the first step towards unifying our communities, grounded in new relationships, to create change from the grassroots level up. The goal is for women to have parity and equity at all levels of leadership in society by working peacefully while recognizing there is no true peace without justice and equity for all.

  • People's Advocacy Institute

    People's Advocacy Institute

    Activity status unknown.

    The People’s Advocacy Institute partners with community members to provide education, training, coaching, investigation, research, advocacy and legal services to assist in defining the structural inequities that cause harm, and together develop new policies and practices that reduce oppression, and foster self-determination and a more unbiased system.

  • People's Climate Movement

    People's Climate Movement

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    On April 29th, students, workers, faith communities, Indigenous Nations, community organizations, and environmental groups joined together to make it clear that this resistance will defend our communities, now and forever.The march was a beautiful, hopeful moment. And now, together, we will chart another path for America: away from Trump’s agenda for a cruel, polluted and divided country, and towards a clean energy economy that works for everyone.
  • People's Supper

    People's Supper

    Activity status unknown.

    We aim to repair the breach in our interpersonal relationships across political, ideological, and identity differences, leading to more civil discourse. And, we plan to do it in the most nourishing way we know – over supper!

  • People's Water Board

    People's Water Board

    Activity status unknown.

    Water is life. The People’s Water Board advocates for access, protection, and conservation of water. We believe all people should have access to clean, safe, accessible and affordable water and sanitation. Water is a human right and part of the commons that should be held in the public trust free of privatization. We work with partners and allies to promote awareness of these issues and the interconnectedness of all people and resources.

  • PeoplePower

    PeoplePower

    Activity status unknown.

    People Power is, at its core, a grassroots member-mobilization project. Through People Power, the ACLU will engage volunteers across the country to take action when Trump or his administration attempt to enact unconstitutional policies or trample on people’s constitutional rights. By mobilizing in defense of our civil liberties, volunteers will build local communities that affirm our American values of respect, equality, and solidarity.
  • Persisters NYC

    Persisters NYC

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Persisters NYC is a social networking feminist collective that was launched in January 2017 as a responsive remedy to the wave of changes in the American socio-political landscape. Born out of a need for a space to serve the multidimensional identities of New York women, we hope that by gathering together we can foster open discussion and propose the solutions that will help address the issues of sexism, racism and violence that impact our lives. We aim for a better understanding of these unique obstacles by dedicating ourselves to an intersectional and progressive approach. We value and encourage the shared learning that can come from listening to the distinctive voices of others and centering the voices of women from marginalized communities.

  • PICO

    PICO

    Founded in 1972. Activity status unknown.

    Network of affiliated progressive faith-based community organizations focused on improving access to healthcare, education, affordable housing, and community relations. Has Rapid Response asks and several campaigns
  • Pittsburgh Democratic Socialists of America

    Pittsburgh Democratic Socialists of America

    Activity status unknown.

    The Pittsburgh Local of the Democratic Socialists of America seeks to facilitate the transition to a truly democratic and socialist society, one in which the means/resources of production are democratically and socially controlled.

  • Planned Parenthood

    Planned Parenthood

    Activity status unknown.

    Planned Parenthood believes in the fundamental right of each individual, throughout the world, to manage his or her fertility, regardless of the individual's income, marital status, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or residence. They do this by providing comprehensive reproductive and complementary health care services in settings which preserve and protect the essential privacy and rights of each individual.

  • Poll Town

    Poll Town

    Founded in 2013. Activity status unknown.

    Poll Town is a public opinion marketplace where you can discover what people are thinking. Our mission is to invigorate democracy by giving citizens a voice on important issues. By making it simple and fast for people to participate, we open up a whole new level of collaboration and civic action. The first version of our platform was launched in 2013 as Townhall Social, a Facebook app with a single-question survey that could be easily shared across social media. Our focus has always been to solve the problem of low participation in government outreach. Over the following years we helped over 80 government and community organizations in North America, Africa, Asia, and Australasia reach and engage people in decisions that impact them.

  • Pop Culture Collaborative

    Pop Culture Collaborative

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    The Pop Culture Collaborative represents an innovative hub for high impact partnerships and grants designed to help organizations and individuals leverage the reach and power of pop culture for social justice goals. By driving authentic, just narratives about people of color, immigrants, refugees and Muslims in the media – we are helping shifting how mass audiences understand the past, grasp the present, and imagine an inclusive future.
  • Positive Women’s Network

    Positive Women’s Network

    Activity status unknown.

    Positive Women’s Network – USA is a national membership body of women living with HIV and our allies that exists to strengthen the strategic power of all women living with HIV in the United States. Founded in 2008 by 28 diverse women leaders living with HIV, PWN-USA develops a leadership pipeline and policy agenda that applies a gender lens to the domestic HIV epidemic grounded in social justice and human rights.

  • Postcards to Voters

    Postcards to Voters

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Postcards to Voters are friendly, handwritten reminders from volunteers to targeted voters giving Democrats a winning edge in close, key races coast to coast.

  • PowerLabs

    PowerLabs

    Activity status unknown.

    Powerlabs supports organizations to design and run people-powered campaigns. We provide training, coaching and strategic planning support to build the capacity of organizations, leaders and networks.

  • PowerShift

    PowerShift

    Activity status unknown.

    The Power Shift Network mobilizes the collective power of young people to mitigate climate change and create a just, clean energy future and resilient, thriving communities for all.
  • Powhatan Democrats

    Powhatan Democrats

    Activity status unknown.

    POWHATAN & POCAHONTAS DEMOCRATIC CLUB, LOCATED IN THE HEART OF ASTORIA

  • Presente

    Presente

    Founded in 2009. Activity status unknown.

    Presente’s mission is to advance Latinx power and create winning campaigns that amplify Latinx voices; expand the political imagination and traditional boundaries; and foster inspiration for freedom, equity, and justice. Presente is the largest national Latinx online organization advancing social justice with technology, media, and culture.

  • Progress Michigan

    Progress Michigan

    Founded in 2008. Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to provide a strong credible voice that holds public officials and government accountable and assists in the promotion of progressive ideas.

  • Progressive Action Nights

    Progressive Action Nights

    Activity status unknown.

    To help coordinate and facilitate NYC trainings in preparation for the mid-term elections, we are organizing a series of weekly or biweekly trainings and convenings on Monday nights -- Progressive Action Night.

    The goal of the series, based on Progressive Hack Night (http://www.progressivehacknight.org/), will be to systematize, coordinate, and maximize the effectiveness training opportunities and actions for volunteers and organizations looking to mobilize volunteers for the midterm elections.

    During these nights, the venue will be available to organizations and volunteers looking to do “afterwork activism” -- volunteers who want to stop by, grab a snack, get trained, learn how to plug in, and do some work.

  • Progressive Democrats of America

    Progressive Democrats of America

    Activity status unknown.

    PDA Issue Organizing Teams (IOTs) are virtual chapters of self-selected PDA members. Each IOT considers and creates PDA issue positions, and develops action strategies for raising awareness and impacting policy.

  • Progressive Mass

    Progressive Mass

    Activity status unknown.

    Progressive Massachusetts (“Progressive Mass”) is a new, statewide, diverse grassroots organization built from the ground up by organizers and activists from across Massachusetts. We organize around progressive issues in Massachusetts, help elect and support progressive candidates for public office who are committed to making a difference on these issues, and hold elected officials accountable to progressive positions and values.

  • ProgressNow Arizona

    ProgressNow Arizona

    501c3. Activity status unknown.

    At ProgressNow Arizona, we help the progressive community tell its story, working year-round to counter right-wing attacks, hold elected officials accountable and promote progressive policy solutions.

  • Project Longevity

    Project Longevity

    Activity status unknown.

    Project Longevity is a Community and Law Enforcement initiative to reduce serious violence in three of Connecticut’s major cities: New Haven, Bridgeport, and Hartford. Project Longevity is modeled after successful efforts implemented in communities across the country.

  • Project Vote

    Project Vote

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Our goal is simple: to build an electorate that accurately represents the diversity of America’s citizenry. Through advocacy, litigation, and technical assistance, Project Vote is fighting to make sure that every eligible citizen is able to register, vote, and cast a ballot that counts.

  • Project Vote

    Project Vote

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Our goal is simple: to build an electorate that accurately represents the diversity of America’s citizenry. Through advocacy, litigation, and technical assistance, Project Vote is fighting to make sure that every eligible citizen is able to register, vote, and cast a ballot that counts.

  • Purple Patriot

    Purple Patriot

    Activity status unknown.

    Purple Patriot provides you with an easy way to stay informed and active with the issues impacting your community and government. It is the single place where you can learn about the issues, engage in conversation on Facebook and Twitter, call your representative and locate their next town hall meeting, or other gatherings near you. It is Easy to get started and Simple to stay involved, even with a busy schedule.

  • Push Black

    Push Black

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    https://pushblack.org/about/
  • Pussy Hat Project

    Pussy Hat Project

    Activity status unknown.

    The pussyhat is a symbol of support and solidarity for women's rights and political resistance. Make a pussyhat! Give a pussyhat! Wear your pussyhat!
  • RagTag

    RagTag

    Activity status unknown.

    Ragtag's team of tech volunteers helps activists, organizers, non-profits, and candidates break down tech barriers to achieving their organizing goals. Ragtag helps folks with a background in tech find high-quality, engaging opportunities to use their tech skills to make a difference and create positive progressive change.

  • Raise Up For $15

    Raise Up For $15

    Activity status unknown.

    Workers across the South are fighting for $15 an hour and union rights!

  • Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)

    Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)

    Activity status unknown.

  • Rapid Resist

    Rapid Resist

    501c4. Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Rapid Resist recruits activists fighting the worst of Donald Trump's agenda and encourages them to run for office. We were the largest peer texting operation in the US in 2017. Rapid Resist supports front-lines progressive leaders in rural and conservative areas. We do so to protect those that are most at risk and tangibly improve the lives of those left out of economic progress. We are critical infrastructure that amplifies activist leaders’ voices, creates new connections for them, and helps the progressive movement build power in underserved areas.

  • Rebel Alliance

    Rebel Alliance

    Activity status unknown.

    http://www.usrebelalliance.org/alliance/about/
  • Reboot Democracy

    Reboot Democracy

    Activity status unknown.

    Reboot Democracy leverages the very best innovation techniques to help people break out of their echo chambers and create tools to revolutionize political engagement.

  • Recap

    Recap

    Activity status unknown.

    An organization that seeks to end the era of violence in our neighborhoods and communities.

  • Render

    Render

    Activity status unknown.

    After nearly 10 years as the Executive Director with the League of Young Voters, Dr. Rob "Biko" Baker spent the last 2 years immersed in the technology sector working with ThoughtWorks, a leading custom software agency. There he helped develop tech strategies at scale for social cause organizations. By launching Render, it his goal to bring agile project management and continuous delivery approaches to social cause and public sector through digital storytelling. 

  • Repairers of the Breach

    Repairers of the Breach

    Activity status unknown.

  • Reproductive Health Access Project

    Reproductive Health Access Project

    Activity status unknown.

  • Resident Action Project

    Resident Action Project

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    The Washington Resident Action Project (RAP) is a statewide resident base of power. RAP — a project of Washington Housing Alliance Action Fund and the Center for Community Change – has been building a powerful resident lead organization. As RAP members we are experts on Washington’s housing crisis, having persevered through the struggle to find and keep roofs over our heads. And now, we’re becoming skilled advocates and organizers who are ready to use our power.

  • Resist Here

    Resist Here

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

  • Resist Lab

    Resist Lab

    Activity status unknown.

  • Resistance Boot Camp

    Resistance Boot Camp

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    Resistance rallies, training, and election action.
  • Resistance Dashboard

    Resistance Dashboard

    Activity status unknown.

    Resistance Dashboard is a visual advocacy platform that serves to bring focus to the fights ahead. It seeks to become a comprehensive clearinghouse for information about which policies and institutions are under what degree of attack. We aim to bring together in one well-designed dashboard the leading organizations and entrepreneurs in the fight, along with the many new technological tools, calls to action, suggestions for donations, and events that are taking place through this surge in political innovation. Our platform aims to help those who want to resist find ways to be more informed and more effective.

  • Resistance Groups

    Resistance Groups

    Activity status unknown.

  • Resistance Manual

    Resistance Manual

    Activity status unknown.

    The Resistance Manual is focused on presenting truthful and actionable information to empower people to participate in their democracy. The Resistance Manual is an open-source platform to harness the collective power of the people to continue to make progress in our communities. All content is reviewed for accuracy and relevance before being posted. Already, thousands of pieces of content have been contributed to the site from people all over the country, helping to keep communities informed and ready for the work ahead.
  • Resistance School

    Resistance School

    Activity status unknown.

    Resistance School provides training for communities to make issue-based and electoral progressive change that advance values of fairness, equity, and inclusivity.

  • Resistance School @ Berkeley

    Resistance School @ Berkeley

    Activity status unknown.

    Resistance School @ Berkeley is a free online training program that puts practical tools in the hands of organizers, activists, and everyday people working to promote fairness, equity, and inclusivity in their communities. Launched this fall, Resistance School @ Berkeley is the first partner institution of Resistance School, which a group of Harvard Kennedy School students founded in spring 2017 to meet a growing demand for organizing training and skills. Together, Resistance School and Resistance School @ Berkeley seek to support organizing efforts across a range of skill and experience levels.

  • RESULTS

    RESULTS

    Activity status unknown.

    RESULTS is a movement of passionate, committed everyday people. Together they use their voices to influence political decisions that will bring an end to poverty. Volunteers receive training, support, and inspiration to become skilled advocates. In time, volunteers learn to effectively advise policy makers, guiding them towards decisions that improve access to education, health, and economic opportunity.

  • Resurgent Left

    Resurgent Left

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Every Seat Counts. We will be supporting Democratic state and local candidates in red, blue and purple states and at all levels of government. Our goal is to eliminate all safe seats for Republicans and push the party towards a fifty-state strategy. Flip State Legislatures/Governorships Blue. We will also seek to support state-level candidates who can flip state legislatures and governorships blue across the United States, with an eye towards ending the practice of gerrymandering.
  • Rhize

    Rhize

    Activity status unknown.

    Rhize coaches movements, trains organizations and connects everyone to a global ecosystem of movement support. Rhize belives that people-powered movements unite and activate diverse communities and build more inclusive, democratic societies unlike any other vehicle for change.

  • Rise and Resist and Vote

    Rise and Resist and Vote

    501c4. Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Rise and Resist was formed in response to the 2016 U.S. election. We are a direct action group made up of both new and experienced activists committed to opposing, disrupting, and defeating any government act that threatens democracy, equality, and our civil liberties. We work collaboratively, creatively, respectfully, and with all the joy we can muster for the health of the people and the planet.

  • RISE Stronger

    RISE Stronger

    Activity status unknown.

    Rise Stronger captures the political energy of Americans, sustains it, and focuses it towards action that will ensure that the government and its leaders are accountable to its citizens, transparent in their actions and policies, and guided solely by the interests and values of the American people.

  • RISE Together North Carolina

    RISE Together North Carolina

    Activity status unknown.

    RISE Together North Carolina is a grassroots, nonpartisan organization advancing civic engagement, education, and community.

  • Rise Up Florida!

    Rise Up Florida!

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Grassroots group in South Florida whose goals are to empower, mobilize, and protect while fighting for equal rights and opportunity for all.

  • Rising Organizers

    Rising Organizers

    Activity status unknown.

    Rising Organizers works for a stronger, more effective progressive movement. We seek to strengthen the progressive cause by teaching sustainable organizing strategy and skills, and developing new leaders in the progressive left. Our goal is to expand the power, potential, and people who are committed to and have the skills necessary to do this work. We provide mentorship, training, and strategy consulting work to other new and developing organizers and groups. We also run an intensive 8-week fellowship program to train new activists to become skilled organizers.

  • Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights

    Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights

    501c3. Founded in 1968. Activity status unknown.

    Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights strives to achieve Robert Kennedy’s vision of a just and peaceful world by partnering with human rights leaders, teaching social justice and advancing corporate responsibility.

  • Rock the Congress

    Rock the Congress

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    "Rock the Congress: North Bay" will bring together 300 leading North Bay activists to transform American politics.

  • Rogan's List

    Rogan's List

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    Rogan’s List is a daily, thoroughly vetted action list for people want to fight back against the Trump administration. Partner w/ @RISE_stronger.
  • Run for Something

    Run for Something

    Activity status unknown.

    Run for Something will recruit and support talented, passionate young people who will advocate for progressive values now and for the next 30 years, with the ultimate goal of building a progressive bench.

  • Running Start

    Running Start

    Activity status unknown.

  • Sanctuary Restaurants

    Sanctuary Restaurants

    Activity status unknown.

  • Sangamon Young Dems

    Sangamon Young Dems

    Activity status unknown.

    A buncha kids in the Land of Lincoln fighting for good government and progressive ideals.

  • Save My Care

    Save My Care

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Save My Care is a movement to bring together families, advocates and health care providers to protect the health and financial security of all Americans.

  • SDP Puget Sound

    SDP Puget Sound

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Official Twitter for the Puget Sound SDP. Working to flip state leg seats red to blue. The Sister District Project activates the power, passion, and creativity of volunteers to win elections and turn states blue.

  • Seattle CityClub

    Seattle CityClub

    501c3. Founded in 1990. Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to inform, connect and engage the public to strengthen the civic health of our region. It’s our vision that, along with natural wonder, innovative business and vibrant culture, the Puget Sound region is defined by informed people engaged with their leaders in effective democracy.

  • Seattle for Everyone

    Seattle for Everyone

    Activity status unknown.

    Seattle for Everyone is a broad coalition of affordable housing developers and advocates, for-profit developers and businesses, labor and social justice advocates, environmentalists and urbanists, all united to build an equitable, prosperous, thriving, and inclusive Seattle by ensuring that the benefits of the city’s growth are shared by all current and future residents – from those struggling with homelessness to wage-earners and families.

  • Seattle Indivisible

    Seattle Indivisible

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Seattle Indivisible is a grassroots group focused on blocking the agenda of President Trump and the Republicans at the Federal level. It was founded as a Facebook Group on January 1, 2017 by two people, and has grown to over 2,000 members and a dedicated team of over 50 volunteers in less than a month.

    We are building a sustainable and long-term organized resistance to the Trump Agenda targeting our local Members of Congress (MoC) with the message that their constituents expect them to say “No!” to the Trump Agenda as loudly and as often as possible.

  • Seattle Neighbors

    Seattle Neighbors

    Activity status unknown.

    Seattle Neighbors is a community space for sharing stories to build momentum for housing affordability in the city. Advocates for affordability across the city are creating film, photo, and graphic storytelling that helps refocus Seattle’s policy conversations on what matters most: the people who live here. The website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages, and the hashtag showcase these projects.

  • Seattle University Project on Family Homelessness

    Seattle University Project on Family Homelessness

    Activity status unknown.

    At the Project on Family Homelessness, we work with advocacy partners across the region to help tell the stories of families who are homeless, and connect those stories to meaningful action. Take a look at some of our most recent projects — we hope you’ll find some fresh ideas for how you can work with us to make homelessness among families rare, brief, and one time only.

  • SEIU

    SEIU

    Activity status unknown.

  • Share Blue

    Share Blue

    Activity status unknown.

    Shareblue Media is an American media company. We produce practical, factual content to delegitimize Trump’s presidency, embolden the opposition, and empower the majority of Americans to fight.

  • Shareblue Media

    Shareblue Media

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Shareblue Media is an American media company. We produce practical, factual content to delegitimize Trump’s presidency, embolden the opposition, and empower the majority of Americans to fight.
  • She Should Run

    She Should Run

    Activity status unknown.

  • Sierra Club

    Sierra Club

    Activity status unknown.

  • Sister District

    Sister District

    Activity status unknown.

    The Sister District Project harnesses the energy of volunteers in deeply blue (or red) places and channels it to where it can make a real impact. We are a network of local teams that support strategic, winnable races across the country.

  • Sister District CA-3

    Sister District CA-3

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Sister District group located in CA-3. Run by local volunteers.

  • Sister District Greater Chicago

    Sister District Greater Chicago

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Chicago area volunteers, supporting candidates to turn state legislatures from red to blue. The Sister District Project harnesses the volunteer and economic resources of progressives in deep blue (or red) areas and channels them toward winnable and strategic state races across the country that need support.

  • Sister District NW Oregon

    Sister District NW Oregon

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We are dedicated to turning red districts blue. Representing Oregon district 3. The Sister District Project harnesses the volunteer and economic resources of progressives in deep blue (or red) areas and channels them toward winnable and strategic state races across the country that need support.

  • SisterLove, Inc.

    SisterLove, Inc.

    Founded in 1989. Activity status unknown.

    A women's AIDS and reproductive justice nonprofit focusing on women, particularly women of African descent.

  • Sisters With Purpose Inc.

    Sisters With Purpose Inc.

    Activity status unknown.

    Our mission at Sisters with Purpose is to empower women and their families by providing resources that will help them develop necessary skills to become engaged community participants. This mission is furthered through the various programs such as food pantries, back to school fairs, and toy drives.

  • SisterSong

    SisterSong

    Founded in 1997. Activity status unknown.

    SisterSong is a Southern based, national membership organization; our purpose is to build an effective network of individuals and organizations to improve institutional policies and systems that impact the reproductive lives of marginalized communities.

  • SMU Democrats

    SMU Democrats

    Activity status unknown.

    SMU College Democrats is an organization on campus for students to become involved in Democratic politics. If you want a say in our current political system, SMU College Democrats will help you get involved. We're working on big things for this fall!

  • Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs (SEE)

    Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs (SEE)

    Founded in 1994. Activity status unknown.

  • Social Movement Technologies

    Social Movement Technologies

    Activity status unknown.

    Social Movement Technology's mission is to provide organizing strategy, training and campaign support to build progressive power and win in the digital age.

  • Social Movement Technologies

    Social Movement Technologies

    Activity status unknown.

    Social Movement Technology's mission is to provide organizing strategy, training and campaign support to build progressive power and win in the digital age.

  • Solidarity Sundays

    Solidarity Sundays

    Activity status unknown.

    Solidarity Sundays is a nationwide network of over 100 feminist activist groups focused on taking action to resist the current (un)american administration—as well as the systemic inequities that existed long before nov 8, 2016. The focus is down-ballot, on critical state races where Democratic control hangs in the balance.

  • South Brooklyn Progressive Resistance

    South Brooklyn Progressive Resistance

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    South Brooklyn Progressive Resistance: community action, Brooklyn attitude. Bay Ridge Dyker Heights Staten Island #NY11

  • Southern Elections Fund

    Southern Elections Fund

    Activity status unknown.

    The modern-day Southern Elections Fund will work in the South to expand the electorate, develop new leaders of color, and ensure that enhanced electoral power brings progressive change. n 1969, Julian Bond established the Southern Elections Fund to help elect local and state level candidates for office in the old Confederacy. In the early 1970’s, the SEF contributed campaign funds and technical advice to hundreds of candidates, many of whom were elected to office as part of a grassroots process that changed the nature and color of Southern politics. In 2014, Bond and Ben Jealous resurrected the Southern Elections Fund in order to combat voter suppression and accelerate the electoral impact of the South’s rapidly changing demographics.
  • Southern Equality

    Southern Equality

    Activity status unknown.

    The Campaign for Southern Equality (CSE) is based in Asheville, North Carolina, and works across the South to promote full LGBTQ equality – both legal and lived. Our work is rooted in commitments to equity in race, gender and class.

  • Southland Resistance

    Southland Resistance

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to provide a single point of entry for events and actions throughout The Greater Los Angeles Area, and to help connect together different groups and organizations that are working towards a more just and better world.

  • Southwest Brooklyn Democrats

    Southwest Brooklyn Democrats

    Activity status unknown.

    Southwest Brooklyn Democrats is a grassroots political organization based in Sunset Park and Red Hook, elevating the voices that have been silent and disenfranchised in our communities.

  • SPLC

    SPLC

    Founded in 1972. Activity status unknown.

    The SPLC is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward the day when the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity will be a reality.
  • Spread The Vote

    Spread The Vote

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We believe that voting is a fundamental right. We believe that "voter ID" laws are poll taxes. We believe that the only way to change our country is to ensure that every citizen can vote, and if that means that they need a state ID, then we'll make sure they have one.
  • Square One Politics

    Square One Politics

    Activity status unknown.

    Square One is an innovative political organization that supports bold, up-and-coming leaders of the Democratic Party who will drive change and win.

  • St. James Infirmary

    St. James Infirmary

    Founded in 1999. Activity status unknown.

    St. James Infirmary is a peer-based occupational health and safety clinic located in San Francisco, CA, offering free, compassionate, and non-judgmental healthcare and social services for former and current sex industry workers. 

  • St. Louis Strong

    St. Louis Strong

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Courage—not boundaries—should define the potential of individuals and the character of communities. In order to bring out the true character of our communities, St. Louis Strong creates inclusive spaces for individuals to honestly share and advocate for policy solutions that address and realize our shared fears and aspirations. By doing so, we're developing a united community with unbounded potential. We believe courage creates community.

  • STAND Central NJ

    STAND Central NJ

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    STAND Central NJ’s mission is to support our democracy by fighting for social justice, economic opportunity, and human rights for all, starting from the ground up in New Jersey. Progressive activism for a better world. Start local, build from there.

  • Stand for Oklahoma

    Stand for Oklahoma

    Activity status unknown.

    The fight for education funding is a marathon, not a sprint. The fight is not over and we must continue our movement in the legislature and at the ballot box.

  • Stand Up America

    Stand Up America

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Stand Up America began in the weeks after the 2016 election, when hundreds of thousands of concerned Americans came together online to organize and resist Trump’s agenda. Our community has quickly grown to over a million Americans, across all 50 states, who are taking action and making their voices heard. We’ve made tens of thousands of phone calls to Congress to stand up to Trump’s corruption and to protect our health care, our environment, and our constitutional rights. And we’ve reached millions of our fellow Americans on social media to expose the truth about Trump and his dangerous agenda.
  • State Innovation Exchange SiX

    State Innovation Exchange SiX

    Founded in 2014. Activity status unknown.

    The State Innovation Exchange (SiX) is a national resource and strategy center that supports state legislators in advancing and defending progressive policies across the country. With a long-term vision of building progressive power and infrastructure at the state level, we have built a network of more than 1,500 elected officials who represent all 50 states.

  • State Tables

    State Tables

    Activity status unknown.

  • Staten Island 4 Change

    Staten Island 4 Change

    Founded in 2007. Activity status unknown.

    Staten Island 4 Change is a local grassroots organization committed to make progress in our community. Issues that we have worked on include: healthcare, labor, gun violence prevention, immigration reform, climate change, and more.

  • Stay Woke

    Stay Woke

    Founded in *Not sure if Legacy*. Activity status unknown.

    StayWoke is a 501(c)(4) organization and digital accelerator that engages thousands of learners, builders, and activists in the work of advancing equity and justice in America. Together, we will win.
  • Stonewall Dem Dallas

    Stonewall Dem Dallas

    Activity status unknown.

    Dallas largest LGBT Democratic Organization.

  • Stonewall Democrats of Arizona

    Stonewall Democrats of Arizona

    Active as of January 2019.

    Stonewall Democrats of Arizona is Arizona's only statewide LGBTQI Democratic organization. We are currently registered with and recognized by the State of Arizona as a Political Action Committee (for/against committee) and with the federal government as a 527 organization.

  • Stop Mass Incarceration Network (SMIN)

    Stop Mass Incarceration Network (SMIN)

    Activity status unknown.

    The Stop Mass Incarceration Network (SMIN) exists to stop the slow genocide of mass incarceration and all its consequences; racial profiling, a legal system that disproportionately impacts Blacks and Latinos, the police murder of our children, the criminalization of a generation, discrimination, widespread torture in prisons and treating those formerly incarcerated as less than full human beings. SMIN was initiated in 2011 by Dr. Cornel West and Carl Dix. SMIN is determined to bring forth a movement of millions of people, from all walks of life, in steadfast resistance to the New Jim Crow and we will not stop until mass incarceration and the police murder of Black, Latino and other oppressed peoples stops. Everybody striving for these same objectives should join SMIN. Organizations should affiliate as this is a national network – it’s wide open for every person and every organizations involvement and contribution.

  • Stop Police Terror Project DC

    Stop Police Terror Project DC

    Activity status unknown.

    Formerly known as DCFerguson, we are committed to changing the system of racist, militarized policing in DC and beyond.

  • Strong Economy for All

    Strong Economy for All

    Activity status unknown.

    The Strong Economy for All Coalition fights for fair taxes and fair budgets, more jobs and better wages, investments in education and higher education for our future, a strong safety net and public financing of elections. We are made up of some of New York’s most engaged and effective unions and community organizations.

  • Stronger NC

    Stronger NC

    501c4. Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Democracy works when voters are informed, engaged and empowered. Stronger NC offers an opportunity for North Carolinians to collaborate and actively engage in local, state and federal government on issues that affect us all. Providing you with toolkits, calls to action, a video series and ways to give back to the community, Stronger NC is committed to making civic engagement easier.

  • Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE)

    Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE)

    Founded in 2013. Activity status unknown.

    End bullying. End violence. Join Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) Promise Clubs.

  • Suit Up Maine

    Suit Up Maine

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Suit Up Maine is a statewide, all-volunteer, progressive, grassroots group of more than 5,400 Mainers that seeks to create and foster a more informed and engaged electorate. We work to raise awareness of and advocate for policies and legislation that promote equity and equality in civil rights, social justice, health care, the environment, education, the economy, and other areas that affect the lives of all people. We are beholden to issues and action, not parties or politicians, and we aren’t engaged in fundraising. Suit Up Maine (SUM) pursues our mission through calls to action and connections with more than 100 other progressive groups and organizations in Maine who are rising up in non-violent resistance to a regressive agenda. We believe our government works better with a more informed and engaged electorate and all our actions are designed to foster civic engagement.

  • Suit Up Nebraska

    Suit Up Nebraska

    501c4. Activity status unknown.

    We are a gathering of independent, non-partisan, women-led Nebraskans who are dedicated to the promotion of respect, equality, tolerance, understanding, diversity, and unity through political activism, research, education, economic empowerment, advocacy, and inter-community dialogue.

    We seek to unify all Nebraskans; to mobilize, engage, educate and affect change through positive, peaceful storytelling and activism, benefiting those left vulnerable or disenfranchised by an inequitable political environment.

  • Sunrise

    Sunrise

    Activity status unknown.

    Sunrise is a movement of young people to stop climate change and create millions of good-paying jobs in the process.
  • Sunrise Baltimore

    Sunrise Baltimore

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    Sunrise is a movement of young people uniting to stop the climate crisis and create millions of good-paying jobs in the process.

  • Sunrise Chicago

    Sunrise Chicago

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    Sunrise hub based in Chicago. We are building an army of young people to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process.

  • Sunrise Kalamazoo

    Sunrise Kalamazoo

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    We're building an army of young people to make climate change and environment a political priority in these elections!

  • Sunrise Movement Florida

    Sunrise Movement Florida

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    Sunrise Movement Florida is building a coalition of young people in the Sunshine State to fight climate change and end the reign of fossil fuel money in politics.

  • Sunrise Movement Lansing

    Sunrise Movement Lansing

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    We are an army of young people working to stop climate change and create millions of jobs in the process. This dark time in America must come to an end.

  • Sunrise Movement ​Los Angeles

    Sunrise Movement ​Los Angeles

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    Los Angeles hub of the Sunrise Movement.

  • Sunrise Movement Minnesota

    Sunrise Movement Minnesota

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    Sunrise Movement is a movement of young people committed towards fighting climate change and creating millions of good jobs in the process.

  • Sunrise New Haven

    Sunrise New Haven

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    We are the New Have hub of Sunrise, a national youth movement to end the corrupting influence of fossil fuel money in politics and elect true climate leaders.

  • Sunrise Omaha

    Sunrise Omaha

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    We are the Omaha Hub of the Sunrise Movement!

  • Sunrise Pennsylvania

    Sunrise Pennsylvania

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    Working with the Sunrise Movement to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process.

  • Sunrise San Diego

    Sunrise San Diego

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    The Sunrise Movement in San Diego, California.

  • Sunrise Washington

    Sunrise Washington

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    We are a movement of young people fighting climate change and creating a million good jobs in the process.

  • Sustainable Staten Island

    Sustainable Staten Island

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Sustainable Staten Island is a coalition of labor, environmental, and human rights groups.

  • Swing Alaska Left

    Swing Alaska Left

    Activity status unknown.

    Working to swing Alaska left in 2018's Midterm House Election!

  • Swing Left

    Swing Left

    Activity status unknown.

    Swing Districts are places where the winner of the last House of Representatives election was determined by a thin margin. Swing Left helps you find and commit to supporting progressives in your closest Swing District so that you can help ensure we take back the House in 2018.

  • Swing Left Academy

    Swing Left Academy

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    With hundreds of thousands of newly energized activists across the country ready to step up, we've seen a remarkable swell of grassroots energy when our country needs it most. How do we convert this into electoral power? How can we develop leaders that will be committed to the progressive movement for the long-term and make this a transformative moment for our politics?

    Swing Left Academy is here to answer these questions with a fresh approach to progressive organizing.

    What is it? It’s a robust training program that incorporates video content, interactive webinars, and simulcast technology to provide volunteers nationwide with essential grassroots organizing skills in a way that has never been done before.

  • Swing Left Chicago

    Swing Left Chicago

    Activity status unknown.

    Help us flip the House of Representatives from from red to blue in November, 2018, starting with the 6th District of Illinois.

  • Swing Left IL-12

    Swing Left IL-12

    Activity status unknown.

    Grassroots Organization set on turning Illinois' 12th Congressional District blue!

  • Swing Left Long Island

    Swing Left Long Island

    Activity status unknown.

    Local chapter of Swing Left. Working to keep NY-03 blue and and allies in the battle to flip NY-01 and NY-02

  • Swing Left MN-02

    Swing Left MN-02

    Activity status unknown.

    Swing Left Regional Organizing Coordinator for Minnesota. 23 seats to flip. One last chance to save the last best hope.

  • Swing Left NJ-07

    Swing Left NJ-07

    Activity status unknown.

    A grassroots network of volunteers supporting Democratic candidates in Swing Districts with the goal of taking back the House in 2018.

  • Swing Left SGV

    Swing Left SGV

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We are volunteers dedicated to flipping red districts blue through outreach, education, registration and getting out the vote. Fired up and ready to go in San Gabriel Valley, we are getting busy to GOTV. It starts with the House.

  • Swing Left TX 32

    Swing Left TX 32

    Activity status unknown.

    Grassroots organization set on turning TX-32 blue. Control of the House in 2018 will be decided by a handful of Swing Districts, places where the last election was decided by a thin margin. TX-32 is winnable for Democrats in 2018!

  • Swing Left Va 10th

    Swing Left Va 10th

    Activity status unknown.

    Committed to turning Virginia's 10th Congressional District blue on November 6, 2018.

  • Swing Left WA08

    Swing Left WA08

    Activity status unknown.

    We need to flip Congress to hold Trump accountable. WA08 is winnable in 2018. Let's do it.

  • Swing TX-07 Left

    Swing TX-07 Left

    Activity status unknown.

    The focus of this group is to register new voters, encourage more people to become VDVRs and get involved, and identify voter interests through canvassing. We hope to identify and elect a candidate for TX District 7 that will support issues that are important to us and better represent us.

  • SwingLeft CA49

    SwingLeft CA49

    Activity status unknown.

    SwingLeft CA49 is a group of San Diego residents who want to shift the balance of power in congress by helping elect a democrat to CA-49.

  • SwingLeft ME2

    SwingLeft ME2

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Swing Districts are places where the winner of the last House of Representatives election was determined by a thin margin. Swing Left helps you find and commit to supporting progressives in your closest Swing District so that you can help ensure we take back the House in 2018.

  • Sylvia Rivera Law Project

    Sylvia Rivera Law Project

    Activity status unknown.

  • T.R.U.S.T. South LA

    T.R.U.S.T. South LA

    Founded in 2005. Activity status unknown.

    T.R.U.S.T. South LA is a community-based effort that works to stabilize the neighborhoods south of Downtown LA, where increased property values and rents have pushed out many long-term residents. Our mission is to serve as a steward for community-controlled land; to be a catalyst for values-driven, community-serving development; to build awareness and community leadership in issues of housing, transportation and recreation; and to create programs and initiatives that encourage community building and economic opportunity.

  • Teaching Tolerance

    Teaching Tolerance

    Founded in 1991. Activity status unknown.

    Teaching Tolerance provides free resources to educators—teachers, administrators, counselors and other practitioners—who work with children from kindergarten through high school. Educators use our materials to supplement the curriculum, to inform their practices, and to create civil and inclusive school communities where children are respected, valued and welcome participants.

  • Tech Stands Up

    Tech Stands Up

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Tech Stands Up is a grassroots movement giving a voice to the rapidly growing concerns about the current administration's policies affecting the tech community and its users. We believe in creating a space that respects, empowers and includes all. We believe in standing up for the fundamental rights of all communities and persons. We believe in standing up for something, not simply against it. We believe that the same ideals that made Silicon Valley great can be applied to self-governance.
  • TechEquity Collaborative

    TechEquity Collaborative

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    We are organizing the tech community to advocate for a tech-driven economy in the Bay Area that works for everyone. We believe the tech industry can and should generate widespread opportunity instead of inequality and displacement.
  • Techqueria

    Techqueria

    Activity status unknown.

    A professional community for latinxs in tech. A space where we can network and advance in our careers, bring access to tech for low income communities and increase the opportunities for us in tech.

  • Texas Civil Rights Project

    Texas Civil Rights Project

    501c3. Founded in 1990. Activity status unknown.

    With new and unprecedented threats to civil rights upon us, we use legal advocacy to empower communities and create policy change. We are Texas lawyers for Texas communities, boldly serving the movement for equality and justice in and out of the courts.

  • The ACLU of North Dakota

    The ACLU of North Dakota

    Activity status unknown.

    The ACLU of North Dakota works in communities, legislatures and courts to preserve the rights and liberties enshrined by the Constitution of the United States of America.

  • The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina

    The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina

    Founded in 1965. Activity status unknown.

    Since 1965, the ACLU of North Carolina has been our state’s guardian of liberty – working in courts, the General Assembly, and communities to protect and advance civil rights and civil liberties for all North Carolinians. A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with more than 30,000 members across the state, the ACLU of North Carolina is a state affiliate of the national American Civil Liberties Union.

  • The American Immigrant Society

    The American Immigrant Society

    501c3. Activity status unknown.

    The American Immigrant Society (AIS) wants to humanize, protect, celebrate, empower, promote, and inform over 45 million immigrants, together with their 36 million first generation offspring, comprising 1/4 of the population of our nation. Our primary mission is to spread the undeniable message that immigrants are vital for the moral and economic prosperity of our nation. We do this through transformative 21st century digital means at every turn. Our ambition is to digitally link tens of millions of like-minded Americans who all naturally wish to eliminate prejudice or discrimination against American immigrants.

  • The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC)

    The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC)

    Founded in 1980. Activity status unknown.

    The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) is the only national grassroots civil rights organization in the USA for American Arabs.

  • The Arab American Association of New York

    The Arab American Association of New York

    Founded in 2001. Activity status unknown.

    The Arab American Association of New York (AAANY) works to support and empower the Arab American community by providing social services to help new immigrants to adjust to their new home and become active members of society.

  • The Arena

    The Arena

    Activity status unknown.

    The Arena makes democracy accessible for thousands of these newcomers. The Arena, a section 501(c)(4) social welfare organization, is building communities that activate the next generation of civic leaders with quarterly summits, where the goal is to inspire and train civic leaders while also building regional communities of mutual support.

  • The Avarna Group

    The Avarna Group

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Sharing insights and resources on equity, inclusion, and diversity with socially and environmentally conscious organizations and their leaders.

  • The Black Institute

    The Black Institute

    Founded in 2010. Activity status unknown.

    The mission of The Black Institute is to shape intellectual discourse and dialogue and impact public policy uniquely from a Black perspective (a perspective which includes all people of color in the United States and throughout the Diaspora). The Black Institute will translate the “think” in think-tank into “action” through a head, heart and feet strategy: the head being research, data gathering, polling and academic partnerships; the heart being civic education, training and development; and the feet being on the ground organizing and issue based campaigns. The Black Institute will change the discourse of public debate, train and educate new leadership and develop initiatives to build wealth, build power and deliver justice to Black people.

  • The Black Star Project

    The Black Star Project

    Activity status unknown.

    The Black Star Project is a nonprofit action-based organization that works to improve quality life indicators in less-advantaged Black communities nationwide. The Black Star Project accomplishes its mission by educating, organizing and mobilizing parents, students, community partners and others on a host of issues and campaigns and by generating ongoing initiatives that will improve life quality indicators of Black people with special emphasis on eliminating the racial academic achievement gap.

  • The Center for Community Alternatives (CCA)

    The Center for Community Alternatives (CCA)

    Founded in 1981. Activity status unknown.

    The Center for Community Alternatives (CCA) is a leader in the field of community-based alternatives to incarceration. Our mission is to promote reintegrative justice and a reduced reliance on incarceration through advocacy, services and public policy development in pursuit of civil and human rights.


  • The Chicago Alliance

    The Chicago Alliance

    Founded in 1973. Activity status unknown.

    The National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression was founded in 1973 in Chicago, Illinois to mount organized action against unjust treatment of individuals because of race or political beliefs. Its founding grew out of the struggle to free Angela Davis from a racist frame-up on murder charges surrounding the aborted attempt by Jonathan Jackson to free his brother, George Jackson and the Soledad Brothers in 1970. The Chicago Branch, now the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression (CAARPR), continues to struggle for justice.

  • The Citizens Campaign

    The Citizens Campaign

    Founded in 2009. Activity status unknown.

    The Citizens Campaign gives you a tool kit to take charge and get results on issues you care about. We are fixing our democracy from the bottom up by empowering citizens with the knowledge & tools to answer our hometowns, state and nation’s challenges.

  • The CLEO Institute

    The CLEO Institute

    501c3. Activity status unknown.

    A non-profit organization that provides Climate Leadership and Engagement Opportunities to drive climate action through community education and engagement.

  • The College Democrats of North Carolina

    The College Democrats of North Carolina

    Activity status unknown.

    The College Democrats of North Carolina is the official student arm of the NC Democratic Party. Mission: To organize college campuses statewide on behalf of the Democratic Party, and to continue to elect progressive candidates to national, state, and local offices.

  • The Community Service Society of New York

    The Community Service Society of New York

    501c3. Founded in 2008. Activity status unknown.

    The Community Service Society of New York is an informed, independent, and unwavering voice for positive action on behalf of low-income New Yorkers.
  • The Dream Defenders

    The Dream Defenders

    Founded in 2012. Activity status unknown.

    Dream Defenders are building a powerful, deep, local, organization and movement for freedom and liberation in Florida.

  • The Environmental Voter Project

    The Environmental Voter Project

    Activity status unknown.

    The Environmental Voter Project aims to significantly increase voter demand for progressive environmental policy by identifying inactive environmentalists and then turning them into consistent activists and voters.

  • The Immigrant Defense Project (IDP)

    The Immigrant Defense Project (IDP)

    Activity status unknown.

    IDP works with immigrant defense advocates litigating criminal-immigration issues before the immigration agencies and federal courts. We also work in the state courts on post-conviction relief cases brought under Padilla v. Kentucky. We review brief drafts, advise on case theory development, participate in moots of oral arguments, and help to connect unrepresented immigrants with pro bono counsel. We frequently file amicus curiae briefs and publish practice advisories and other litigation support tools on criminal-immigration issues of broad significance.

  • The Incorruptibles

    The Incorruptibles

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    The Incorruptibles' mission is to fill all levels of government with unwavering politicians who fight for economic, racial, social, and environmental justice. We do this by training grassroots organizers in a new and very successful model of political organizing perfected and proven by the Richmond Progressive Alliance.

  • The Institute for a Democratic Future

    The Institute for a Democratic Future

    Founded in 1997. Activity status unknown.

    The Institute for a Democratic Future is a six-month program dedicated to recruiting, training and promoting the next generation of Democratic civic leaders. IDF was established to develop and promote emerging generations of Democratic and civic leaders in Washington State. The program was established in response to a lack of organizations or training at the time that offered a comprehensive learning experience for young adults.

  • The International Refugee Assistance Project

    The International Refugee Assistance Project

    Activity status unknown.

  • The International Women's Health Coalition (IWHC)

    The International Women's Health Coalition (IWHC)

    Founded in 1984. Activity status unknown.

    Since 1984, the International Women’s Health Coalition has taken courageous stands and achieved political victories for women and girls globally and in local communities.

  • The Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA)

    The Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA)

    Founded in 1944. Activity status unknown.

    The mission of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) is to educate, advocate, and mobilize. We do this by leading the field in responding to current events and emerging policy concerns.

    JCPA is the national hub for more than 125 local Jewish Community Relations Councils, and 16 national Jewish agencies. Our mandate is to advance the interests of the Jewish people; support Israel’s quest for peace and security; to promote a just American society; and advocate for Human Rights around the world. JCPA leads the field in outreach to legislators, civic, racial, ethnic, and faith-based leaders. Backed by an unparalleled capacity to mobilize grassroots Jewish activism, we convene the organized Jewish community on key issues.

  • The Lenox Hill Democratic Club

    The Lenox Hill Democratic Club

    Activity status unknown.

    The Lenox Hill Democratic Club supports Democratic Values and Democratic Candidates in New York City.

  • The Lexington Democratic Club

    The Lexington Democratic Club

    Founded in 1949. Activity status unknown.

    The Lexington Democratic Club is Manhattan’s oldest & largest reform Democratic Party organization. It represents Assembly District 73 on Manhattan's East Side.

  • The National Bail Out Collective

    The National Bail Out Collective

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    The National Bail Out collective is a formation of Black organizers who are committed to building a community based movement to end pretrial detention and ultimately mass incarceration. We are working to end systems of mass incarceration and support our communities. We are queer, trans, young, elder, and immigrant.
  • The National Coalition for the Homeless

    The National Coalition for the Homeless

    Founded in 1982. Activity status unknown.

    The National Coalition for the Homeless is a national network of people who are currently experiencing or who have experienced homelessness, activists and advocates, community-based and faith-based service providers, and others committed to a single mission: To prevent and end homelessness while ensuring the immediate needs of those experiencing homelessness are met and their civil rights protected.

  • The National Coalition- Black Youth Vote

    The National Coalition- Black Youth Vote

    Activity status unknown.

    The National Coalition strives to create an enlightened community by building institutional capacity at both the national and local levels that provides and develops African American leadership. By educating, organizing and mobilizing citizens in our communities, the Coalition seeks to encourage full participation in a barrier-free democracy. Through educational programs and leadership training, the Coalition works to expand, strengthen and empower our communities to make voting and civic participation a cultural responsibility and tradition.

  • The National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund

    The National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund

    Founded in 1973. Activity status unknown.

    The National LGBTQ Task Force Action Fund builds political power, takes action and creates change to achieve freedom and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people and their families.

    We accomplish this through direct and grassroots lobbying and organizing on legislation and ballot initiatives.

    As a progressive social justice organization, the Task Force Action Fund works toward a society that values and respects the diversity of human expression and identity and achieves equity for all.

  • The NYC Coalition for Educational Justice

    The NYC Coalition for Educational Justice

    Activity status unknown.

    Led by parents, the NYC Coalition for Educational Justice is organizing a movement to end the inequities in the city’s public school system. We are a collaborative of community-based organizations and unions whose members include culturally diverse parents, community members, students and educators. We are motivated by the urgent need to obtain a quality and well-rounded education for all students. We will mobilize the power of parents and the community to affect policy change and create a more equitable educational system.

  • The Return Project

    The Return Project

    Activity status unknown.

    The Return Project is designed to engage audiences beyond the viewing of the film alone, The Return Project is the vehicle through which supporters of The Return can take actions to create impact and help reform our broken criminal justice system.

  • The Ruckus Society

    The Ruckus Society

    Founded in 1995. Activity status unknown.

    The Ruckus Society is a multi-racial network of trainers dedicated to providing the necessary tools, preparation, and support to build direct action capacity for ecological justice and social change movements. We work with Indigenous communities and other communities of color working to preserve their homes and environments and for climate justice.

  • The Rules

    The Rules

    Founded in 2012. Activity status unknown.

    In 2012, The Rules (TR) started out asking why mass poverty still exists on a world of such plenty. In looking for the answers, we have grown into a global collective of activists, writers, artists, researchers, coders and others who work to expose the root causes of our current crisis.

  • The Southern Coalition for Social Justice

    The Southern Coalition for Social Justice

    501c3. Founded in 2007. Activity status unknown.

    The Southern Coalition for Social Justice is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in August 2007 in Durham, North Carolina by a multidisciplinary group, predominantly people of color, who believe that families and communities engaged in social justice struggles need a team of lawyers, social scientists, community organizers and media specialists to support them in their efforts to dismantle structural racism and oppression.

  • The Soze Agency

    The Soze Agency

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    The Soze Agency is a full service social impact agency committed to amplifying the authentic narrative of a vibrant global generation. We work with companies, non-profits, foundations and movements to bring the voices of those most affected by the social and environmental issues of our time to the forefront of public dialogue.

  • The United Food and Commercial Workers

    The United Food and Commercial Workers

    Activity status unknown.

    Building a better life for hard-working men and women.

    We are the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union – a proud union family that feeds, serves, and provides for America’s hard-working families.

  • The United League for Social Action

    The United League for Social Action

    Activity status unknown.

    The United League for Social Action is a coalition of concerned Tulsans coming together to address racial profiling, over-policing, and police brutality. We are a grassroots coalition centered on evidence based organizing practices and group-centered leadership, as modeled by civil and human rights activist Ella Josephine Baker.

  • The Warren County NY Democratic Committee

    The Warren County NY Democratic Committee

    Activity status unknown.

    The Warren County, NY Democratic Committee.

  • The Youth Caucus of the Michigan Democratic Party

    The Youth Caucus of the Michigan Democratic Party

    Activity status unknown.

    The Youth Caucus of the Michigan Democratic Party. Representing progressive issues & ideas of those 16 to 35 years of age.

  • Tides Center

    Tides Center

    Activity status unknown.

  • TIME'S UP

    TIME'S UP

    Activity status unknown.

    TIME’S UP™ is an organization that insists on safe, fair and dignified work for women of all kinds. We want women from the factory floor to the floor of the Stock Exchange to feel linked as sisters as we shift the paradigm of workplace culture.

  • Together We Will

    Together We Will

    Activity status unknown.

    Together We Will is a grassroots civic engagement organization that gets people involved in local governance and drives progressive engagement at all levels.

  • Together We Will Albany Berkeley

    Together We Will Albany Berkeley

    Activity status unknown.

    We are a local group, supporting each other in ongoing non-violent activism to protect our democracy and resist the Trump agenda.

  • Together We Will RVA

    Together We Will RVA

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Together We Will RVA is a community-based action group. Our mission is to connect members with local philanthropic and political organizations and foster grassroots efforts for progressive change with an emphasis on activism training, dismantling oppression, elevating members of under-represented groups to leadership, and supporting progressive leaders who most exemplify our core values. We believe we are stronger together.

  • Together We Will USA

    Together We Will USA

    Activity status unknown.

    Together We Will is a grassroots civic engagement organization that gets people involved in local governance and drives progressive engagement at all levels. With over 70% of members being new to political engagement, we are cultivating a lifestyle of activism that will not only resist current dangerous policy, but drive sustainable, long term solutions that encompass our progressive priorities, including both political and social activism.

  • Toledo Indivisible

    Toledo Indivisible

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Northwest Ohio stands together. Resist. Organize. Unite. Indivisible Toledo is a non partisan group created to hold MoC accountable. We represent Toledo OH (Districts 9 and 5).

  • Town Hall Project

    Town Hall Project

    Activity status unknown.

    Town Hall Project empowers constituents across the country to have face-to-face conversations with their elected representatives. We are campaign veterans and first time volunteers. We come from a diversity of backgrounds and live across the country. We share progressive values and believe strongly in civic engagement. We research every district and state for public events with members of Congress. Then we share our findings to promote participation in the democratic process.
  • Trapese Popular Education Collective

    Trapese Popular Education Collective

    Activity status unknown.

    TRAPESE stands for ‘Taking Radical Action through Popular Education and Sustainable Everything!’ Our work involves interactive workshops, games, films, trainings, and action/campaign planning sessions. We also produce resources and write on various issues. We aim to provide opportunities for children, young people and adults to explore the big issues of our time. We focus on practical steps to inspire, inform and enable action, and how to develop workable alternatives. We are a not for profit collective motivated by a passionate belief in the power of learning together.

  • Turn PA Blue

    Turn PA Blue

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Turn PA Blue is actively working to turn the Pennsylvania State Legislature blue, district by district, through volunteer recruitment, training, and mobilization to elect Democrats up and down the ballot. One win is not enough!! Democrats need to pick up 20 seats to flip the State House and 10 seats to do the same the PA State Senate.

  • TX Black Democrats

    TX Black Democrats

    Founded in 1979. Activity status unknown.

    Statewide vision and voice of Black Democrats in Texas. Chapters in Austin, Beaumont, Brazoria, Dallas, Denton, Ft Worth, Houston, Kileen, Tyler, and Corpus. Getting blacks elected & engaged in the Texas Democratic Party. We encourage debate, ideas & exchange on issues that matter.

  • Ultra Violet

    Ultra Violet

    Activity status unknown.

    UltraViolet is a powerful and rapidly growing community of people mobilized to fight sexism and create a more inclusive world that accurately represents all women, from politics and government to media and pop culture.
  • UNCG Democrats

    UNCG Democrats

    Founded in 1955. Activity status unknown.

    The UNCG College Democrats are an organization of politically engaged, progressive college students. We were first officially founded in 1955, when Weeta White, a history major from Winston-Salem, organized the first meeting of a “Young Democrats Club” on November 8th of that year. Young and College Democrats have been on campus almost continuously ever since, working for voter registration and progressive reform. This year, we’re going the extra step. We’re reaching out, raising funds, and giving our members the tools we need to lead local campaigns to victory.

  • UNCW College Democrats

    UNCW College Democrats

    Activity status unknown.

    UNCW College Democrats welcomes everyone with open arms, and is interested in furthering the future of Democrats everywhere.

  • UnidosUS

    UnidosUS

    Founded in 1968. Activity status unknown.

    Since 1968, UnidosUS—formerly known as NCLR—has remained a trusted, nonpartisan voice for Latinos.

    We serve the Hispanic community through our research, policy analysis, and state and national advocacy efforts, as well as in our program work in communities nationwide. And we partner with a national network of nearly 300 Affiliates across the country to serve millions of Latinos in the areas of civic engagement, civil rights and immigration, education, workforce and the economy, health, and housing.

  • Unified Action Coalition

    Unified Action Coalition

    Founded in 2012. Activity status unknown.

    The Unified Actional Coalition is a team of activists with a passion for justice and equality. From LGBT rights to the systematic problem of mass incarceration, the Coalition works to educate and empower the global community, giving people an opportunity to make an impact on the world around them.

  • Union of Concerned Scientists

    Union of Concerned Scientists

    Activity status unknown.

  • UniteBlue Arizona

    UniteBlue Arizona

    501c3. Founded in 2012. Activity status unknown.

    UniteBlue works to connect the left in Arizona with messaging, community building, technology and organizing.

  • UniteBlue Texas

    UniteBlue Texas

    Founded in 2011. Activity status unknown.

    UniteBlue works to connect the left with messaging, community building, technology, and organizing.

  • United Democratic Organization

    United Democratic Organization

    Founded in 2018. Activity status unknown.

    The United Democratic Organization is a Democratic political club that aims to create a strong voice for our community within the Democratic Party in New York. Our mission is to bring progressive Democrats together to register, mobilize and educate voters on candidates, elections, legislation, policy on the city, state, and federal level of government. We are committed to further the interests and participation of all citizens in the civic affairs of our community.
  • United We Dream

    United We Dream

    Activity status unknown.

  • UPROSE

    UPROSE

    Founded in 1966. Activity status unknown.

    Founded in 1966, UPROSE is Brooklyn's oldest Latino community-based organization. An intergenerational, multi-racial, nationally recognized community organization, UPROSE promotes sustainability and resiliency in Brooklyn's Sunset Park neighborhood through community organizing, education, indigenous and youth leadership development, and cultural/artistic expression. Central to our work is advocacy to ensure meaningful community engagement, participatory community planning practices, and sustainable development with justice and governmental accountability. As lead advocates of climate justice, UPROSE views the just urban policy—ranging from transportation to open space—as the heart of climate adaptation and community resilience.

  • Upshur Indivisible

    Upshur Indivisible

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

  • Uptown Dems Club

    Uptown Dems Club

    Founded in 2009. Activity status unknown.

  • URGE

    URGE

    Activity status unknown.

    URGE is driven by young leaders. We build infrastructure through campus chapters, where we invite individuals to discover their own power and transform it into action. Together, URGE members educate their communities and advocate for local, state, and national policies in solidarity with other justice focused groups.

  • Valley LEAP

    Valley LEAP

    Activity status unknown.

    Working with Valley Communities to Achieve Environmental, Climate and Economic Justice.

  • VOCAL-NY

    VOCAL-NY

    Founded in 1999. Activity status unknown.

    Voices Of Community Activists & Leaders (VOCAL-NY) is a statewide grassroots membership organization that builds power among low-income people affected by HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, the drug war, homelessness, and mass incarceration in order to create healthy and just communities. We accomplish this through community organizing, leadership development, public education, direct services, participatory research and direct action.
  • Voces Verdes

    Voces Verdes

    Founded in 2009. Activity status unknown.

    We are community, organizational and individual leaders who support sustainable environmental progress. Since its inception in December 2009, we have established the strongest group of vibrant, vocal and active leaders. Voces seeks businesses, organizations and individuals who are willing to testify at congressional hearings, meet with legislators and serve as spokespeople to bring their unique perspectives as to the importance of strong, effective environmental policies.

  • Voices for Progress

    Voices for Progress

    Activity status unknown.

    Voices for Progress is a unique organization made up of influential people advocating for the public interest

  • Vote Forward

    Vote Forward

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Sending a Vote Forward letter is one of the easiest things you can do. It takes two minutes and one stamp, and meaningfully increases the odds that the recipient will vote. A concrete action you can take, no matter where you live, to get unlikely-to-vote registered Democrats to the polls in November.

  • Vote From Abroad

    Vote From Abroad

    Activity status unknown.

  • Vote Vets

    Vote Vets

    Founded in 2006. Activity status unknown.

    Vote Vets continues to focus on matters including, but not limited to, foreign policy, energy security, veterans’ unemployment, and opening military service to life-long Americans born to undocumented immigrants, as well as continued investment in care for veterans. More often than not, Veterans have a stake in the top issues of the day, and Vote Vets is committed to getting their voices heard on these issues. For that reason, Vote Vets has, and will continue to, work with all progressive allies representing labor, immigration, gay and lesbian rights, and environmentalists, when their issues coincide with the needs of troops and veterans.

  • VOTE-NOLA

    VOTE-NOLA

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    VOTE is a grassroots organization founded and run by formerly incarcerated people (FIP), our families and our allies. We are dedicated to restoring the full human and civil rights of those most impacted by the criminal (in)justice system. Together we have the experiences, expertise and power to improve public safety in New Orleans and beyond without relying on mass incarceration.
  • VOTEPRO Choice

    VOTEPRO Choice

    Activity status unknown.

  • Voter Rights Action

    Voter Rights Action

    Founded in 2009. Activity status unknown.

    Protecting and defending voting rights around the country.

  • Voting While Black

    Voting While Black

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    Voting While Black is a voter mobilization movement led by Color Of Change PAC—a Political Action Committee focused on building independent Black political power, amplifying Black voices, electing candidates who share our values, and holding them accountable to our communities.
  • VotoLatino

    VotoLatino

    Founded in 2004. Activity status unknown.

    Voto Latino is a pioneering civic media organization that seeks to transform America by recognizing Latinos’ innate leadership. Through innovative digital campaigns, pop culture, and grassroots voices, we provide culturally relevant programs that engage, educate and empower Latinos to be agents of change. Together, we aim to build a stronger and more inclusive democracy.
  • Wake County Dems

    Wake County Dems

    Activity status unknown.

    We actively recruit and help elect candidates who believe as we do: Government should serve the people. It should be open and fair, improving our lives and creating opportunity for all.

  • Wall of Us

    Wall of Us

    Activity status unknown.

    Our mission is to make it simply irresistible to engage in our democracy. We send out four concrete acts of resistance curated and personalized for you each week.

  • Washington CAN

    Washington CAN

    Activity status unknown.

    Washington Community Action Network: A grassroots community organization fighting for racial, social and economic justice. Together we work to achieve racial, social, gender and economic justice in Washington state and our nation. We believe we can only achieve our goals when people become involved and take action for justice.

  • Washington DC Poor People's Campaign

    Washington DC Poor People's Campaign

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is uniting tens of thousands of people across the country to challenge the evils of systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation and the nation’s distorted morality.

  • WasteWater Education

    WasteWater Education

    Activity status unknown.

    Mission Statement: To increase awareness that water quality is directly linked to the use of appropriate wastewater systems and their management. Purpose: To provide access to education which increases public awareness of the link between clean drinking water, safe recreational waters, environmentally sustainable surface and groundwater with watershed based best management practices related to appropriate wastewater systems, technology, treatment and management.

  • WE ACT for Environmental Justice

    WE ACT for Environmental Justice

    Founded in 1998. Activity status unknown.

    WE ACT’s mission is to build healthy communities by ensuring that people of color and/or low income residents participate meaningfully in the creation of sound and fair environmental health and protection policies and practices.

  • We Can't Breathe

    We Can't Breathe

    Activity status unknown.

    We Can't Breathe Political Action Committee’s primary goal is to educate, organize, and engage millennial voters, who are projected to make up 40% of the voting pool by 2020, but who are disenchanted with politics because they feel their voices go unheard. We aim to create an effective, amplified, and focused voice to advance our shared priorities in the local and national political arena.

  • We of Action NY

    We of Action NY

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    We of Action – New York is an Indivisible/Women’s March group and movement for change, based in Rockland County, New York. Our group of volunteers sends simple steps everyone can take to restore American rights, values, and civil liberties. We are also a community – your friends and neighbors, meeting near you to build positive results.

  • We've Seen This Before

    We've Seen This Before

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    We've Seen This Before is a campaign by Bend the Arc Jewish Action to mobilize American Jews to defeat Donald Trump.
  • Western Native Voice

    Western Native Voice

    501c3. Founded in 2011. Activity status unknown.

    Established in 2011, Western Native Voice is a non-profit, non-partisan social justice organization working to inspire Native leadership so our communities flourish through civic engagement, education, leadership development, and public policy advocacy. Today, we work in seven Montana tribal communities and three urban centers-- Billings, Missoula, and Great Falls. Our Purpose: We inspire Native leadership so our communities flourish.

  • Western Organizing Workshop

    Western Organizing Workshop

    Activity status unknown.

    W.O.W. provides practical skills, direction, and inspiration for those new to the work of organizing. Our workshops provide transformative experiences that connect community members through their values, then equip them with the tools and knowledge needed to build and leverage power.

  • What's Next?

    What's Next?

    Activity status unknown.

  • Win the Future

    Win the Future

    Activity status unknown.

  • Win Without War

    Win Without War

    Founded in 2014. Activity status unknown.

    Win Without War is a coalition of national organizations representing broad constituencies that aims to keep America safe and demilitarize our foreign policy. Our coalition believes that international cooperation and enforceable international law provide the greatest security for the United States and the world. Win Without War offers a mainstream, patriotic voice for engaging opinion makers, activating concerned citizens, and communicating effectively to the media.

  • Woman’s National Democratic Club

    Woman’s National Democratic Club

    Activity status unknown.

    The Woman’s National Democratic Club (WNDC) is the meeting place for Democrats, Independents, and Progressives in the nation’s capital. We serve as a forum for writers, scholars, and Democratic and progressive leaders, and we engage our members and guests—women and men—in discussions and advocacy for public policy that advances our nation’s democratic values.

  • Women Engaged

    Women Engaged

    Founded in 2014. Activity status unknown.

    WE builds a pipeline of women and youth of color leaders creating compassionate and equity-centered grassroots approaches to gaining social justice.

  • Women For Justice

    Women For Justice

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Women for Justice began as Women for Bernie Sanders 2016. We're an all-volunteer, grassroots group committed to work so that women of all ages, races, classes and backgrounds are included in the dialogue and the action. We believe that profound social and political change can only happen when women take a central role in creating the change. We want women to take a strong role in the political revolution, from prioritizing and articulating women-centric issues that are often ignored by the political elite, to defining successful outcomes. This is OUR Revolution.

  • Women for Justice - NorthEast Region

    Women for Justice - NorthEast Region

    Founded in 2017. Activity status unknown.

    Women for Justice began as Women for Bernie Sanders 2016. We're an all-volunteer, grassroots group committed to work so that women of all ages, races, classes and backgrounds are included in the dialogue and the action. We believe that profound social and political change can only happen when women take a central role in creating the change. We want women to take a strong role in the political revolution, from prioritizing and articulating women-centric issues that are often ignored by the political elite, to defining successful outcomes. This is OUR Revolution.

    CT, DC, DE, ME, MA, MD, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, and VT!
    Profound social and political change can only happen when women take a central role in creating the change.

  • Women Get It Done

    Women Get It Done

    Founded in 2013. Activity status unknown.

    WOMEN GET IT DONE is creating safe spaces for people to connect through community building and leadership trainings. We’re helping shape an intersectional feminist movement to fight for gender equity, racial justice and equal rights for all.
  • Women of Color for Progress (WCP)

    Women of Color for Progress (WCP)

    Activity status unknown.

    Women of Color for Progress (WCP) is a multi-strategy political organization founded by women of color for women of color. Through a racial equity and intersectional lens, WCP empowers women of color to excel, lead, represent, and be heard. WCP aims to create an inclusive and transparent political system that focuses on progressive human rights legislation. Ultimately, we hope to not only elect women of color into public office but also create a pipeline of women of color political leaders.

  • Women of Color Speak Out!

    Women of Color Speak Out!

    Founded in 2015. Activity status unknown.

    Women of Color Speak Out is a collective of four climate justice, racial justice, gender justice and intersectional movement activists that came together in 2015 in Seattle during the ShellNo campaign. We formed this group out of a desire to create a space for women of color in a climate movement which, especially in Seattle, is dominated by white, cis men. We have a no-compromise stance and challenge and disrupt the status quo of white supremacy and patriarchy wherever we encounter it.

  • Women With a Vision New Orleans

    Women With a Vision New Orleans

    Founded in 1989. Activity status unknown.

    The mission of Women With A Vision is to improve the lives of marginalized women, their families, and communities by addressing the social conditions that hinder their health and well-being. We accomplish this through relentless advocacy, health education, supportive services, and community-based participatory research.

  • Women's March Connecticut

    Women's March Connecticut

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    We are a large group of women throughout the State of Connecticut who woke up on November 9th with the realization that something unique had occurred. A call to move from despondency to recovery and resistance, created a need to reach out and join forces that ultimately coalesced in the Women’s March on Washington on January 21st. While, as individuals, we may have joined this effort to organize the Women’s March Connecticut for different reasons, we have organized around three principles:

    • We march to support each other and remind ourselves that we are not alone.
    • We march to send a clear message that the new administration has no mandate.
    • We march to organize for a better future.
  • Womens March

    Womens March

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    The mission of Women’s March is to harness the political power of diverse women and their communities to create transformative social change. Women’s March is a women-led movement providing intersectional education on a diverse range of issues and creating entry points for new grassroots activists & organizers to engage in their local communities through trainings, outreach programs and events. Women’s March is committed to dismantling systems of oppression through nonviolent resistance and building inclusive structures guided by self-determination, dignity and respect.
  • Womens March Huddles

    Womens March Huddles

    Founded in 2016. Activity status unknown.

    We will gather together in our neighborhoods all over the world to define our next steps, and envision how to transform the energy we saw at Women’s Marches into local and national action.
  • Worker's Defense Project

    Worker's Defense Project

    Founded in 2002. Activity status unknown.

    Workers Defense Project (WDP) is a membership-based organization that empowers low-income workers to achieve fair employment through education, direct services, organizing and strategic partnerships. WDP is a worker center and part of a national movement of organizations that seek to provide low-wage workers with the resources they need to improve their working and living conditions. The project provides a source of power and hope for low-wage workers who have little access to these important resources. WDP is one of the few organizations in Texas working to address workplace abuse faced by low-wage workers. The organization is one of the most established worker centers in the South and a leader in fighting for fair conditions for working people.
  • Working Families

    Working Families

    Activity status unknown.

    The Working Families Organization (“WFO”) is a 501(c)(4) organization focusing primarily on nonpartisan advocacy on important issues facing working families. The Working Families Party (“WFP”) is a grassroots political party operating in several states that endorses and works to elect progressive candidates for office. WFO and WFP are separate organizations.
  • Working Families Party

    Working Families Party

    Activity status unknown.

    Working Families is building progressive power to renew the American Dream. Working families run aggressive campaigns to raise standards for working families; they are electing the next generation of progressive leaders; they organize and assemble to spread the word creating the largest impact possible.

  • World Family Organization

    World Family Organization

    Activity status unknown.

  • Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights

    Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights

    Activity status unknown.

    A: The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights is a non-profit organization whose mission is to advocate for the rights of unaccompanied immigrant children. Guided by the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and state and federal child protection laws, the Young Center has developed the only program in the nation that provides guardians ad litem (Child Advocates) for trafficking victims and unaccompanied immigrant children. We choose our policy work based on the issues we see in serving individual children. Based in University of Chicago Law School; accepts cases nationwide
  • Young Democrats at the University of Washington

    Young Democrats at the University of Washington

    Activity status unknown.

    The official Twitter account of the Young Democrats at the University of Washington.

  • Young Democrats of America​

    Young Democrats of America​

    Founded in 1932. Activity status unknown.

    The Young Democrats of America (YDA) is the largest youth-led partisan political organization in America. YDA mobilizes young people under the age of 36 to participate in the electoral process, influence the ideals of the Democratic Party, and develop the skills of the youth generation to serve as leaders at the local and national level.

  • Young Democrats of Nassau County

    Young Democrats of Nassau County

    Activity status unknown.

    We’re dedicated to fostering an environment where young people can experience political empowerment. In addition to supporting the Democratic Party at the federal, state, and local levels and helping to elect Democratic candidates, we provide free personal and professional development workshops and access to events and meetings where attendees can expand their network and have their voices heard on pressing matters.

  • Young Dems of Illinois

    Young Dems of Illinois

    Founded in 1932. Activity status unknown.

    Official Illinois chapter of Young Democrats of America. Providing Dems under 36 with information and resources to engage in the political system and local community.

  • YWCA National Capital Area

    YWCA National Capital Area

    Activity status unknown.

    The YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.