For information and support regarding voting rights, racial justice, community activism, and more, refer to these organizations.
Voto Latino Foundation (VLF) is the largest Latinx voter registration organization in the country with over 1 million supporters and having registered over 711,000 voters, to date. VLF is among the top 10 voter registration outfits in the nation and the only Latinx organization on the list.
When We All Vote is a national, nonpartisan nonprofit that brings together citizens, institutions, brands, and organizations to increase participation in every election. Launched by Michelle Obama, the organization is committed to closing the race and age voting gap and empowering all eligible voters to cast their ballot by harnessing grassroots energy, establishing strategic partnerships, and implementing digital organizing strategies, with the ultimate goal of changing the culture around voting.
Rock the Vote is a nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to building the political power of young people. For 30 years, Rock the Vote has revolutionized the way we use culture, technology, and activism to engage young people in the civic process. Since its founding, Rock the Vote has processed over 12 million voter registrations and consistently turns out its voters more than 30 points above the national youth average with approximately 60% voting for the first time.
Hispanic Federation (HF) is the nation’s premier Latino nonprofit membership organization. Founded in 1990, HF seeks to empower and advance the Hispanic community, support Hispanic families, and strengthen Latino institutions through work in the areas of education, health, immigration, civic engagement, economic empowerment, and the environment.
The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA) is a non-profit arts service organization whose mission is to cultivate, support, and promote the works of artists and arts organizations in northern Manhattan. NoMAA facilitates the creation of new works by both emerging and established artists; strengthens the infrastructures of local arts organizations; encourages public dialogue, engagement, and collective reflection around issues that affect upper Manhattan’s cultural community; and fosters the region’s economic development and overall vibrancy.
Black Women's Blueprint works to place Black women's and girls’ lives, as well as their particular struggles, squarely within the context of the larger racial justice concerns of Black communities.
The organization is committed to building movements where gender matters in broader social justice organizing so that all members of our communities gain social, political, and economic equity.