Current Projects

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1. The League of Women Voters – Milwaukee County.  

About the Organization:

The Milwaukee County LWV branch works to expand voter registration through online public education campaigns, the Youth Voter Registration Project, and other voter engagement activities.  To learn more about this organization, visit their website

About the Project:

Catalyzing Impact will be organizing our networks to support LWV Milwaukee County in their efforts to help voters with accessing and providing documents necessary to register electronically or by mail before the 2018 midterm elections.

2. Wisconsin Voices  

About the Organization:

Wisconsin Voices has two innovative projects designed to coordinate and expand voter registration. The “Engage Wisconsin” project coordinates data-driven voter registration and turns out in collaboration with grassroots organizations around the state.  The “Wisconsin Voter App” project is an exciting voter registration tool that Wisconsin Voices, in partnership with PF Data, developed and launched in June 2018.  The Wisconsin Voter App allows community-based organizations to address individual photo ID assistance needs and electronically register eligible voters in Wisconsin. To learn more about this organization, visit their website. 

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1. The League of Women Voters – Lancaster Chapter 

About the Organization:

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy. To learn more about this organization, visit their website

About the Project:

They are implementing the 2018 Youth Voter Registration Project to engage high school, community college, and vocational school students in the electoral process. Please join us in donating to this organization here. We will coordinate with this organization to join them as volunteers in their upcoming events.

2. Lancaster StandsUp

About the Organization:

Lancaster Stands Up was founded on the premise that it’s up to all of us to take back our democracy for We the People. To win this November and beyond, it is going to take hundreds of volunteers knocking on tens of thousands of doors and making tens of thousands of phone calls. We’ll have to register over a thousand new voters. And through all of this work, we’ll be building a long-term political vehicle for working people in Lancaster County. To learn more about this organization, visit their website

About the Project:

Please join us in donating to this organization here. We will coordinate with this organization to join them as volunteers in their upcoming events.



Past Projects

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1. OneVirginia2021 Foundation

Project Update: 

Our funding goal of $3,200 dollars was reached on January 31, 2018!

About the Organization:

OneVirginia2021 is a leader in advocating for fair, non-partisan electoral redistricting in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The organization’s goal is to establish an impartial, independent commission, using non-partisan, objective criteria, to oversee the redistricting process in Virginia. To achieve its goal, OneVirginia2021 aims to obtain 1000 petition signatures in each of the 100 House of Delegates by the end of 2018 to persuade state legislators to create an independent redistricting commission. If you are interested in learning more about this organization, visit their website. 

 Project Description: Funding goal reached January 31, 2018  

OneVirginia2021, in collaboration with Catalyzing Impact, proposes to launch the 1000 signatures petition drive in January 2018 and secure 1000 petition signatures in the House of Delegates District 55 and 62 located in the Richmond, Virginia area. Funds raised from Catalyzing Impact’s crowdfunding will cover the cost of space, materials, mileage, and supplies for events, documentary screenings, and volunteer opportunities in the two districts with the goal of collecting petition signatures and growing support for nonpartisan redistricting. 

2. The League of Women Voters – Fairfax Area Education Fund

Project Update:

Our funding goal of $4,500 was reached on January 31, 2018! With the funds donated by our supported, LWV- Fairfax has been able to translate the 2018 Facts For Voters into Spanish, Korean and Vietnamese. LWV is currently distributing copies of these guides throughout Fairfax County. To view a copy of these guides, click here. Thank you for your support!

About the Organization:

The League of Women Voters (LWV) of the Fairfax area education fund has published Facts for Voters, A Directory of Public Officials and Government Offices since the 1970’s. These voter resources are widely distributed in public libraries, schools, and neighborhood centers throughout Fairfax County. These resources provide an overview of the electoral process and government services for county residents, however, they are only available in English.  If you are interested in learning more about this organization, visit their website.

  Project Description: Funding goal reached January 31, 2018

The League of Women Voters would like to increase citizen education and outreach to Fairfax County’s Latino, Korean and Vietnamese communities. LWV, in collaboration with Catalyzing Impact, proposes to translate and disseminate electronic as well as print copies of the 2018 edition of Facts for Voters. LWV would work with Fairfax County Public Schools, Voice of Vietnamese Americans, and other community-based organizations to develop a distribution campaign for the translated Facts for Voters directory. The funding for this project will cover the cost of translators, a social media campaign, website management, printing, distribution, and marketing. 

 

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