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When the White House announced that it would end a decade-long precedent and cut $18 million for Special Olympics school programs nationwide, officials at the organization moved with purpose and determination.
Komen’s virtual fly-in reached a nearly 600 person audience and they created 40 teams of 3 to 5 people who carried out more than 150 virtual congressional meetings—all in a single day.
Learn how EEI has become an early adopter of advocacy and public affairs technology, how they work with top technology companies to test and shape software and how they have become advocates for a single, end-to-end platform offering the most powerful tools.
The government affairs professionals at Providence have been navigating the advocacy space for decades, and in recent years began sharpening their digital advocacy skills. So, when the CARES Act came before Congress offering funding to support health care workers and their COVID-19 response, Providence was ready.
When Lime wanted to make scooters and bikes available in New York, and especially on the crowded island of Manhattan, it had work to do. Advocacy work. Using email, text, social media campaigns—even messages in the Lime app—the company built a list of more than 5,000 advocates and launched six separate campaigns over more than a year.