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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.

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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 include:

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
American Association of People with Disabilities
Asian and Pacific Islander American Vote (APIAVote)
ATTN
Baller Alert
BET Networks
Bethany Baptist Church
Black Health Matters
Blavity
Brown Girl Magazine
Change.org
Children's Defense Fund
Clare V
Coalition of Labor Union Women
Comedy Central
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Desi Dance Network
Dolce Vita
Dress For Success Worldwide
ELLE
ESSENCE
Gap
Girls, Inc.
Good Service
Hollywood Life
It's On Us
Jack and Jill of America, Inc.
Jam City
Jewish Women International
Kitsch
Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Lime
Lyft
Meetup
Mental Health for US
Monumental Sports & Entertainment
MTV Networks
Muslim Caucus Education Collective
National Action Network
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
National Basketball Players Association
National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD)
National Urban League
National Urban Indian Family Coalition (NUIFC)
PAPER Magazine
Paramount Network
POPSUGAR
Project Isaiah
Postmates
The Links, Incorporated
The YBF
Tisch College of Civic Life, Tufts University
Tumblr
TV Land
United Way Worldwide
United State of Women
Vote Proud
Voteriders
Women's Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Church
YMCA
YWCA
100 Black Men of America
3% Movement

Partner Spotlight

Lyft

During the last presidential election, it’s estimated that more than 15 million eligible voters didn’t go to the polls because they didn’t have a way to get there. This election year, for the first time, Lyft is providing voters with access to free and discounted rides to the polls throughout the entire primary calendar and the general election – a significant expansion from its 2018 program.

Over the next few months, Lyft will share more information on its effort to expand access to voting through its LyftUp initiative – ensuring you can get to the polls and make your voice heard, no matter who or what you vote for. They’re working with When We All Vote to help people register and prepare to vote.

Jack and Jill of America

Jack and Jill of America, Inc. is the oldest and largest African American family organization with the mission of stimulating the growth and development of children through its more than 245 chapters across the U.S. Alongside When We All Vote, they’re working to engage more than 40,000 family members of mothers, fathers, and children to help eligible citizens register themselves to vote. They will also help bring voter registration programs to elementary, middle, and high schools across America through the My School Votes program.

Delta Sigma Theta

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is a private, not-for-profit organization comprised of college-educated women committed to public service with a primary focus on the Black community. In 2020, over 3,000 members are mobilized across the country to become Voting Squad Captains to get eligible Americans registered and ready to vote.