$3 Million in funds have been distributed to organizations on the front lines of voter rights as of November 2020. We are proud of our funding and organizing partners whose collective efforts serve voters in all 50 states.
Alliance for Youth Action
Arizona Advocacy Network
Arizona Center for Empowerment
Asian American Advocacy Fund
Black Girls Vote
Black Voters Matter
Brennan Center for Justice
Fair Elections Center
Fair Fight Action
League of Women Voters of Florida
Make the Road PA
Mi Familia Vota
National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum
The New Georgia Project Action Fund
The New Georgia Project
North Carolina Black Alliance
Party at the Mailbox
Southern Coalition for Social Justice
State Democracy Project
Texas Civil Rights Project
United We Dream
Vote at Home
Vote Early Day
Voting Rights Lab
Way to Win
2020 Funding Priorities
The Alliance for Youth Action empowers young people to make change in their communities by supporting and scaling the work of local organizations, building a movement of young people, by young people, for all people. The Alliance is a network of 10 state-based affiliates and 10 youth organizing partners building young people’s political power with a reach into nearly 20 states.
American Oversight is a non-partisan, nonprofit ethics watchdog and is the top Freedom of Information Act litigator investigating the Trump administration. Their State Accountability Project, is investigating voter suppression and other threats to democracy across the country, including targeted investigations in Florida, Georgia, and Texas.
Since 2002, Arizona Advocacy Network (501(c)(4)) and sister 501(c)(3) Arizona Advocacy Network Foundation have been devoted to defending and deepening Arizona’s commitment to democracy.
The Arizona Center for Empowerment educates, empowers and engages our state’s working families to create solutions to issues of social and economic justice.
The Asian American Advocacy Fund is a grassroots 501(c)4 social welfare organization dedicated to building a politically-conscious, engaged, and progressive Asian American base in Georgia.
Black Girls Vote is a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization committed to uplifting the black community through education and inspiring black women to understand the public policy decisions affecting our families and communities.
Black Voters Matter’s goal is to increase power in their communities.
Effective voting allows a community to determine its own destiny.
The Brennan Center crafts innovative policies and fights for them in Congress and the courts.
The Dirty Missouri Amendment is about rigging maps to protect incumbent politicians. Amendment 3 seeks to undo the voter mandate for fair maps and fair redistricting in Missouri.
Democracy Docket focuses on detecting, highlighting, and combating suppressive voting laws and practices that have the greatest impact on voters and elections. We spotlight those laws and practices that restrict the right to vote but may not always be the most newsworthy. And, we highlight efforts to fight voter suppression in court. Finally, we advance solutions to the problem of voter suppression and disenfranchisement.
Democracy North Carolina is a nonpartisan organization that uses research, organizing, and advocacy to increase voter participation, reduce the influence of big money in politics and achieve a government that is truly of the people, by the people and for the people.
Through cutting-edge policy research, inspiring litigation and deep relationships with grassroots organizations, Dēmos champions solutions that will create a democracy and economy rooted in racial equity. Our name means “the people.” It is the root word of democracy, and it reminds us that in America, the true source of our greatness is the diversity of our people.
The Election Defenders campaign connects thousands of volunteers with voters to overcome suppression, prepare to turn out to vote, and prepare together for whatever scenario comes next.
Fair Count connects with leaders of faith to share information and build partnerships in an effort to engage, educate, and mobilize around the 2020 Census.
Fair Elections Center is a national, nonpartisan voting rights and election reform 501(c)(3) organization based in Washington, D.C. Our mission is to use litigation and advocacy to remove barriers to registration and voting, particularly those disenfranchising underrepresented and marginalized communities, and to improve election administration.
+ Poll worker recruitment
Fair Fight Action promotes fair elections in Georgia and around the country, encourage voter participation in elections, and educate voters about elections and their voting rights.
HeadCount promotes voter registration and participation in democracy through the power of music.
The League of Women Voters, founded in 1920, grew out of the women’s suffrage movement. It works to improve government systems and influence public policies through advocacy and education. In Florida, The League of Women Voters has been collecting data on Returning Citizens (ex-felons) and are discovering that there is a large number who don’t owe any money at all. League of Women Voters FL held a statewide campaign to reach these eligible voters, explain their eligibility, guide them through the voter registration process, and help them create a voting plan.
Make the Road Pennsylvania is dedicated to organizing the working class in Latino communities, building power for Justice.
Mi Familia Vota’s mission is to build Latino political power by expanding the electorate, strengthening local infrastructures, and through year-round voter engagement. We are also training the next generation of leaders by opening opportunities through our Youth Development Programs and through our Mi Familia Vota work.
+ Funded efforts in Arizona
NAPAWF is the only organization focused on building power with AAPI women and girls to influence critical decisions that affect our lives, our families and our communities. Using a reproductive justice framework, we elevate AAPI women and girls to impact policy and drive systemic change in the United States.
+ Supported membership with hardware procurement, digital organizing sessions and VAN access for chapters.
New Georgia Project Action Fund (NGPAF), a 501(c)(4), exists to increase the civic participation of underrepresented & underserved communities of color.
The New Georgia Project is a nonpartisan effort to register and civically engage Georgians.
The North Carolina Black Alliance, a 501 (c) 3 organization, addresses policy and economic issues to enhance black communities.
One PA is a multiracial, intergenerational and multi-issue membership organization. Our members are workers, students, parents, seniors, people with disabilities, and retirees excited to learn, collaborate, and build power together. One PA works within a broad coalition of labor, faith, and students’ organizations fighting to make powerful changes that transform our communities.
Party at the Mailbox makes celebration possible by sending you a free box filled with everything you need to get ready to vote in the 2020 General Election.
Poder Latinx envisions Latinx communities, people of color, and allies standing together in power, unapologetically bold and victorious. Poder Latinx is building a political wave where all people are decision-makers in our democracy and our country’s transformation. Poder Latinx played a key role in helping the Latinx electorate to participate in this year’s elections via our field and digital programs in Arizona, Georgia, and Florida. Collectively, Poder Latinx made over 3.3 million calls, sent over 3.5 million texts, and recruited 54 bilingual poll monitors.
+ Arizona, Georgia, and Florida
The Southern Coalition for Social Justice partners with communities of color and economically disadvantaged communities in the South to defend and advance their political, social, and economic rights through the combination of legal advocacy, research, organizing, and communications.
State Democracy Project advances county- and city-based strategies across key states to ensure that voters from marginalized communities, younger voters, and poorer voters are not disenfranchised in any changes to election laws as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Texas Civil Rights Project is boldly serving the movement for equality and justice in and out of the courts. They use tools of litigation and legal advocacy to protect and advance the civil rights of everyone in Texas.
United We Dream is the largest immigrant youth-led community in the country. They create welcoming spaces for young people – regardless of immigration status – to support, engage, and empower them to make their voice heard and win!
The Vote At Home Institute is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding convenient voting options for all voters.
Vote Early Day is a movement of nonprofits, businesses, election administrators, and creatives working to ensure all Americans know their options to vote early.
Vote.org uses technology to simplify political engagement, increase voter turnout, and strengthen American democracy.
The Voting Rights Lab is a campaign hub designed to supercharge the fight against voter suppression and transform our voting systems.
+ Supported State Legislative Tracker
Way to Win is a homebase for progressive donors and organizers seeking a strategic approach to political funding that wins elections, advances transformative policy, and builds lasting power in the states.
Win Black / Pa’lante is a national campaign hub led by A/B Partners, a digital storytelling studio led and run by people of color creating new narratives about people, power, and social change to transform our politics and the economy.
+ Support efforts to fight back against disinformation in the digital space.
In Georgia, the Working Families Organization is working alongside other Black-women led groups to engage with and register new voters, and educate voters ahead of the January 2021 runoff elections.