Our Campaigns

#VoteTogether supports communities to create celebrations at voting locations. Our local partners use their creativity and talents to throw family-friendly parties and make voting special for their neighbors.

Get the party started by committing to host a #VoteTogether event in your community!

We’re building this movement neighborhood by neighborhood – your contribution can help us bring this movement to new communities across the country! Donate today!

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Preparing graduates for their public lives as citizens, members of communities, and professionals in society has historically been a responsibility of higher education. The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge recognizes those postsecondary campuses committed to improving democratic engagement, increasing student voter participation rates, and graduating students with a lifelong commitment to being informed and active citizens. It also awards exemplary efforts in these same areas.

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It’s On Us is a rallying cry, inviting everyone to step up and realize that the solution begins with us. It seeks to reframe the conversation surrounding sexual assault in a way that inspires everyone to see it as their responsibility to do something, big or small, to prevent it. We’re asking individuals to first take a pledge committing to ending campus sexual assault by:
– Recognize that non-consensual sex is sexual assault
– Identify situations in which sexual assault may occur
– Intervene in situations where consent has not or cannot be given
– Create an environment in which sexual assault is unacceptable and survivors are supported.

 

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The College Promise Campaign (and its national public awareness effort, Heads Up America) works to build broad public support for investing in community colleges and career and technical institutes. The Campaign’s ultimate goal is to leverage cross-sector support nationally, and in states and local communities, to expand College Promise programs that provide tuition and fees for the first two years of a community college education for all responsible students.

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Better Make Room is a new public awareness campaign to target Generation Z (young people ages 14-19) to celebrate education, change the national conversation, and reach students directly where they are by giving them a space to create content while also navigating the college-going process.

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Up Next is a mobile system that helps young people step by step to navigate key activities to becoming a successful adult – such as applying and paying for college. When you register for Up Next, you will get simple text message reminders to help you stay on track, like registering for the SAT/ACT, filling out the FAFSA, etc.

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Stand Stronger a national, multilingual public awareness campaign that promotes the rights, responsibilities, and opportunities for citizenship among eligible lawful permanent residents, and also builds a volunteer corps to support them throughout the naturalization process. At its core, Stand Stronger aims to break down the barriers for eligible immigrants and refugees to become U.S. citizens. The Campaign reflects the belief that we are, and have always been a nation of immigrants, and one that welcomes those fleeing persecution. Additionally, Stand Stronger underscores that immigrants and refugees make us stronger when they are able to set down roots, harness their skills, contribute to our economy, and commit to citizenship.

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As part of President Obama’s commitment to protect our nation’s unique outdoor spaces and ensure that every American has the opportunity to visit and enjoy them, the Every Kid in a Park initiative allows fourth graders nationwide to obtain a pass for free entry for them and their families to more than 2,000 federally managed lands and waters nationwide for an entire year starting September 1, 2015. By introducing fourth graders to public lands in their backyards and beyond at an early age, the innovative Every Kid in a Park initiative delivers a nationwide call to action to build the next generation of outdoor stewards of our country’s spectacular and diverse federal lands and waters. Connecting our nation’s youth to the great outdoors is even more important at a time when 80 percent of American families live in cities and most children spend more time on computers and smartphones than exploring nature. The initiative is slated to continue with each year’s group of fourth graders to inspire successive generations to become responsible stewards of our nation’s natural and cultural heritage.

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There’s a lot that’s been done for women and girls, but there’s still plenty to do. Convened by the White House, this Summit will rally all of us together to celebrate what we’ve achieved, and how we’re going to take action moving forward. Covering key gender equality issues, we’ll make a powerful difference in our collective future.

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