Case studies, proven practices, testimonials, and thought-provoking articles to guide you and your supporters to ignite change.
Client Case Studies
Mobilizing supporters to contact their Senators in support of net neutrality protections.
The United Nations Association of the United States of America
Increasing member engagement with live calls-to-action at their annual summit.
Doctors Without Borders
Helping fight pneumonia by advocating for lower vaccine costs for all humanitarian organizations and developing country governments.
National Humanities Alliance
Mobilizing supporters to send over 150,000 messages to Congress and the White House within a two-day period.
Fantasy Sports for All
Driving passage of legislation to make fantasy sports explicitly legal in New York State.
Whitepapers & Reports
Getting Started in Advocacy
There’s no doubt that launching a program for the first time can be daunting, especially when expectations are high within your organization. It becomes far more manageable if you can break up the tasks and take them in order. This guide can help you do exactly that. Over the years, Phone2Action has launched hundreds of…
Raising Money in a Challenging Time
Raising Money in a Challenging Time Fundraising is a crucial lifeline for many nonprofits. Motivating donors has never been more important than during the pandemic, which ushered in new rules and challenges. As one expert said, “there’s no playbook for this.” But there are strategies to be employed as the new fundraising landscape reveals itself.…
From Physical to Digital: Hosting a Virtual Lobby Day
How to democratize lobbying, build community, engage supporters and harness momentum The COVID-19 crisis has forced many organizations to move their fly-ins and conferences to digital formats—and many are seeing solid results. Digital advocacy is soaring in the pandemic. Maintaining that momentum is important, and a comprehensive Virtual Lobby Day can do exactly that. Our…
An Advocacy-Driven Approach to Email
Email is the engine that drives grassroots programs. Yet many programs are seeing open rates lag, with click and conversion rates in low single digits. If that describes your program, it may be time for a tune up. Download An Advocacy-Driven Approach to Email to learn how proper maintenance and email practices can bring about…
Validating an Advocacy Program: Showing your Value & ROI to Leadership
In every association, departments are expected to report on progress and a show return on investment—and that includes government relations and public affairs teams. To draw resources, maintain and grow a healthy program, reporting the value of your work is essential. Our Validating an Advocacy Program white paper shows professionals how to explain your strategy,…
Building an Employee Grassroots Program
Building an Employee Grassroots Program A major change is taking place in the political landscape: companies are getting more active in elections and public policy. A growing body of research shows that people trust employers and top executives as a reliable source of information, and want to hear from them on national issues. Many companies…
Sharpen Your Advocacy in an Election Year
Advocacy is very different in an election year. Candidates take positions on issues daily, from trade and taxes to regulation of all kinds. The action moves fast. The debate gets noisy. Will your association have a voice? The answer depends on your ability to communicate with your members and activate your advocacy game. Phone2Action’s free…
Sharpen Your Advocacy In An Election Year
Advocacy is very different in an election year. Candidates take positions on issues daily. The debate gets noisy. The action moves fast. Will your nonprofit have a voice? The answer depends on the strength of your advocacy game. Phone2Action’s free guide, Sharpen Your Advocacy in an Election Year, is designed to tune your program for…
Boosting Civic Engagement In An Election Year
The 2020 election will have massive impact on issues like trade, energy, healthcare and a great deal more. Will your company be active? The election is an opportunity to deliver solid information to employees, customers, investors and enhance your company’s relationships. Our latest guide, Boosting Civic Engagement in an Election Year, shows how you can…
The 2019 Advocacy Survey Highlights
The 2019 Advocacy Survey results are in—see the highlights of how organizations mobilize and engage their advocates, and more.
The 2019 Advocacy Survey Results
The results of Phone2Action’s 2019 Advocacy Survey are here! The survey invited advocacy professionals to describe the experience they have running a program day to day. We asked about everything from audience response to the biggest challenges.
How to Shop for Advocacy Software
Shopping for a new advocacy platform can be challenging. From budgets and approvals to integration and features, there is much to weigh and decide. To do it right, you need a process. Our latest guide, How to Shop for Advocacy Software, is a downloadable resource that can help organize your search, providing a process, a checklists and real examples of what other organizations have done and why.
State Legislative Sessions Calendar
Forty-four states will hold sessions in 2020—know what to expect in terms of dates and bill volume.
Navigating Uncertainty in the 2020 Election
Rarely has an American election come with this much uncertainty. How will mail-in voting impact turnout? How can organizations combat voter suppression? How should we educate and activate voters, especially in diverse communities? Election 2020 seems to offer more questions than answers. Yet there are also many experts working to sort it out. Tune into…
How Your Company Can Educate Voters
In corporate circles, 2020 will be remembered as the year companies joined the national conversation in full. Name brands are weighing in on racial injustice, COVID-19 and—perhaps most important—the November election. If you have wondered how companies decide to get active, tune in for a 15-minute InSESSION webinar to hear how organizations decided to promote civic engagement.…
Advocacy Lessons From the New Economy
There’s no doubt that companies are getting more vocal at the state and local levels this year, and few do it better than Lime. Lime, whose green electric scooters are ubiquitous, is a new-economy company. Dependent on favorable regulation in cities and states to operate, Lime uses digital advocacy as a primary tool. Tune into…
How to Sustain Your Election Program to November and Beyond
How to Sustain Your Election Program to November and Beyond With the national conversation switching to the election, fueling your association’s program has never been so important. But it is not always easy. You launched your election effort—now what? Access a recording of a 15-minute InSESSION webinar filled with practical tactics to keep your audience…
Moving the Needle in a Digital World
Moving the Needle in a Digital World It’s a busy time for PAC managers, advocacy directors and others who work in government relations and public affairs. There’s a big election coming, big COVID bills passing and big changes to your program as it transitions to an all-digital world. We all need strategies that can move…
Masters Class on the 2020 Election
With less than 100 days to go before the election, the entire landscape—from political parties and campaigns to civic-minded organizations—will focus on getting Americans to cast their ballots. What will your organization do? Join us Monday July 27 at 1 p.m. EST for a 15-minute, InSESSION webinar that explores how you can educate and mobilize…
100 Days Until the Election: Getting Young People to the Polls!
As we approach the magic milestone of 100 days before the election, the entire landscape—from political parties and campaigns to civic-minded organizations—will focus on getting Americans to cast their ballots. For organizations like HeadCount, NextGen America and UCSF, helping people to vote is the primary mission. Tune in for a webinar that explores how some…
Why Advocacy Can’t Wait
With a massive election, an inauguration, a new Congress and state legislative sessions all coming in the next six months, now is the time to get your advocacy program ready. Engaging your audience will be crucial. Join us on Wednesday, 15 July at 12 PM EST for a panel with Dominion Energy and EEI to…
Build Your Election Center—Now!
With the pandemic response dividing voters and protests over racial inequality taking place in cities across the U.S., activism is booming. Americans have never been more willing to take action, whether on the street or online—and soon that energy will be channelled into the 2020 election. As the pandemic causes states to rewrite voting rules,…
Better Fundraising Through Advocacy
This is not a typical webinar. Join experts from Phone2Action and Blackbaud to learn how advocacy work can enhance your fundraising efforts. Phone2Action’s InSESSION events are a series of 15-minute mini webinars for busy professionals who need fast, actionable information. No noise. Just insight. Fill out the form to access a recording of a discussion on how…
The Overshadowed Election, Voter Turnout and the New Super Tuesday
This year’s election is unlike any other, almost completely overshadowed by a public health crisis that altered the life of every American. Yet voters will still travel to the polls in November—and their decisions will forge the government responsible for the U.S. recovery. There is much at stake. Fill out the form to download The…
3 Things Your Advocacy Program Is Missing
This is not a typical webinar. Phone2Action’s InSession events are a series of 15-minute mini sessions for busy professionals who need fast, actionable insights. No noise. Just fact-based trends to help your advocacy program. The role of corporate government affairs has intensified in the later weeks of the COVID crisis, increasing the importance of an…
Evolution of Advocacy: Game-plan for the Next 180 Days
This is not a typical webinar. Phone2Action’s InSession events are a series of 15-minute mini sessions for busy professionals who need fast, actionable insights. No noise. Just fact-based trends to help your advocacy program. Access the recording of our inaugural session for a discussion about how to focus your resources in the months ahead. The event…
Managing the Spotlight: How Biotechs and Pharmaceuticals Communicate on COVID-19
The COVID-19 crisis has put Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology organizations squarely in the spotlight as Americans look to the industry for answers to the COVID-19 crisis. How they communicate, advocate and manage the crisis will impact the industry for years—and provide lessons for organizations in every sector. View our webinar including panelists from BIO, Pfizer and…
The Advocacy-Driven Approach to Email
In most grassroots programs, email is the engine that drives success. It is how you communicate with your audience, collect stories and deliver your message. It is also how your advocates show their support and contact public officials. In all cases, better email performance means better advocacy. Tune in to our webinar designed to help…
The Rise of the Digital Public Affairs Professional
In a world where face-to-face meetings are unsafe, where fly-ins are cancelled and traditional lobbying cannot take place, digital advocacy is becoming a lifeline for companies that need a voice in public policy. That means public affairs teams are taking center stage. Join us for Rise of the Digital Public Affairs Professional, a webinar to discuss…
Advanced Strategies to Increase Election-Year Impact
The 2020 election will have a massive impact on policy. For nonprofits and associations, the issues in play have a direct effect on the mission. Activating your audience is critical. Tune in to Advanced Strategies to Increase Election Year Impact to hear top experts from Facebook and HeadCount share the strategies they use to register and…
Election 2020: How to Drive Civic Engagement
The election will dominate the national conversation this year as Americans choose who controls the White House, Congress and thousands of state offices. Smart companies are finding ways to participate. With government officials preoccupied, events cancelled or postponed and everyone working remotely due to COVID-19, now is a good time to show your stakeholders that…
How the Innocence Project mobilized thousands of advocates to stop an execution
For two decades, Rodney Reed has fought the justice system, maintaining his innocence in the murder of a Texas woman. The efforts landed him on death row, scheduled for execution by the state—until the Innocence Project got active.
Get a quick overview of Phone2Action’s digital advocacy platform to learn how we can help your organization accelerate success in your grassroots advocacy and stakeholder engagement campaigns.
How the American Heart Association Uses Phone2Action for Mobile Advocacy
The American Heart Association used Phone2Action to make it easy for advocates to take action on their phones and get involved in passing a landmark health education bill in New York. In Fall 2014, New York passed a bill that sets the stage for action by the Board of Regents to have all New York school children complete hands-only cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training.
Are Your State and Local Officials on Social Media?
We already know that 100% of Congress has a social media presence. But what about the state and local level? Watch this video to find out.
Digital Politics Podcast: “When Activists Tell Their Stories” with Alex Przybelski
Reflecting on the past decade of social activism in the U.S., one of our client strategists discusses the state of civic engagement today and the future of political movements in an ever-growing digital world.
Techie Bytes: How Tech and Politics Are Converging
Phone2Action co-founder and CEO Jeb Ory discusses how technology and politics are converging and shares advice for fellow entrepreneurs about overcoming the challenges of a SaaS startup.
Digital Politics Podcast: “Power of Pop-Up Protests” with Ximena Hartsock
Our co-founder Ximena Hartsock discusses how technology has changed activism and protests in today’s digital age, and why tapping into the internet and social media is crucial for modern-day advocacy.
Digital Politics Podcast: “Maximizing Impact of Fly-In and Legislator Days” with Erik Rosedahl
Learn about all the work that is necessary to ensure a successful fly-in. In the age of virtual activism, there is still nothing like looking a legislator in the eye and telling a compelling story to influence policy decisions.
Digital Politics Podcast: “Best Practices for Engaging All Stakeholders” with Erik Rosedahl
Erik Rosedahl explains the need to understand different types of activists and emphasizes that just focusing on the number of supporters can be misleading.
Digital Politics Podcast: “The Role of Social Media in Advocacy Campaigns” with Andrew Stanley
Andrew Stanley shares how advocates, organizations, and elected officials are using social media for advocacy.
Empowered Patient Podcast: “Who is Joining in Healthcare Protests” with Brad Ellison
How healthcare activists need to educate and identify stories that will drive home their messages.
Digital Politics Podcast: “Will the Tech Community Mobilize in Defense of Net Neutrality?” with Martyn Griffen and Christopher Arroyo
Martyn Griffen and Christopher Arroyo predict we will see protests related to the proposed rule changes for net neutrality.