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Companies, non-profits, institutions, and community-based organizations are essential partners in When We All Vote’s efforts to ensure every eligible American is registered and ready to vote.

We provide our partners with the tools, training, and expertise they need to ensure their employees, customers, and members understand how to participate in our democracy.

Together, we can ensure more Americans are informed and active participants in every election.

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Here’s how you can be a part of our effort to increase civic participation: Help us spread the word about important voting deadlines and information to your audience or members, ensure your employees and customers are registered to vote, or host voter registration events and trainings, and mobilize volunteers. If you have other creative ways for how you can partner with When We All Vote, let’s talk! Please note that When We All Vote is a 501(c)(3) nonpartisan organization and cannot coordinate or partner with any partisan organizations.

Note: We are no longer accepting new voter registration partners for the 2020 election cycle. New partnership inquiries will be added to our general email list and will be contacted after the 2020 general election. We welcome you to follow us on social media @WhenWeAllVote and to amplify get out the vote messages.

Sign up for more information on how to become a When We All Vote partner and let us know how you will help.

Partners

We are proud to collaborate with a diverse group of partners. Together, we are strengthening democracy and working to make sure every American makes their voice heard. Some of our partners:

100 Black Men of America
&Pizza
American Association of People with Disabilities
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated
Amalgamated Bank
American Arab Institute
Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote
Attn
BET Networks
Billionaire Boys/Girls Club
Children's Defense Fund
Coalition of Labor Union Women
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated
DoorDash
Dover Street Market
Dress for Success Worldwide
Earnin
EMGAGE USA
ESSENCE
Girls Inc.
Girl Trek
Glossier
Haitian Ladies Network
Ignatian Solidarity Network
Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Incorporated
Jack & Jill of America
JamCity
Jewish Women International
Johnson & Johnson
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated
Kith
Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Lime
Lollapalooza
Meetup
MTV Networks
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
National Center for Learning Disabilities
National Urban Indian Family Coalition
National Basketball Player's Association
National Action Network
NYX
OkCupid
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated
Pepsico
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated
Poopouri
POPSUGAR
Project Isaiah
Roots Picnic
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated
Support Black Colleges
Supreme
Sweetgreen
The Links, Incorporated
The Mane Choice
Times Up Foundation
Tumblr
Unilever
United Way Worldwide
United State of Women
Versuz
Vogue
Voteriders
VotoLatino
Women's Missionary Society of African Methodist Episcopal Church
Yelp
YMCA Government
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated

Partner Spotlight

Lyft

Through LyftUp, an effort to expand transportation access to those who need it most, Lyft is committed to making sure that transportation is not a barrier when getting to the polls. In 2020, Lyft continued to offer access to free and discounted rides to the polls, while providing its vast network of team members, drivers and riders with the tools they need to register to vote.

She Se Puede

She Se Puede is a new digital lifestyle community and media platform that inspires, affirms, and informs Latinas to leverage their power in a way that transforms their lives, families, and community. This election cycle, She Se Puede has worked in partnership with When We All Vote to mobilize and register hundreds of Latinx voters.

YWCA USA

YWCA USA is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families, and strengthen communities. Ensuring women are registered and ready to vote is essential to achieve that mission. YWCA has used its locations as a hub and engaged thousands of women to use their voices and vote to take a stand against racism.

Gap

Under, the GapKids’ Be the Future campaign and Gap’s Stand United campaign, they took a stand for equality, inclusivity, and dignity for all. With their commitment, they championed voter registration to help their communities strengthen our democracy and raise their voices for a more equitable future.

Postmates

Postmates delivers more than food–it delivers voter registrations! Postmates registered both its Fleet members and hungry customers to vote via email, in-app, and social media promotion, while also educate voters via internal learning series. Through Postmates and in partnership with When We All Vote, registering to vote is as simple as ordering dinner.

lululemon

lululemon is committed to inclusion, diversity, equity, and action, which is why they partnered with When We All Vote and donated $250,000 toward our mission to increase voter turnout.