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Ellie Baron

$5000.00

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Supporters

Hello! Thanks so much for visiting my fundraising page and supporting Action Corps' critical work.


I've been involved with Action Corps for about the last five years, and my experiences as an organizer and board member have demonstrated to me how strategic and effective Action Corps' approach is. For instance, we train and recruit grassroots organizers who live in states with powerful legislators, and as constituents, these organizers leverage their power to influence the positions of their representatives. Moreover, Action Corps leads coalitions, bringing together dozens of organizations to fight for issues that will improve lives across the globe.


While the issues that Action Corps works on often do not make headlines, they deeply impact the lives and livelihoods of millions of people across the world. For instance, Action Corps is advocating to end U.S. participation in exacerbating the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, where a child dies every 75 seconds. We additionally work to release funds for global crisis relief and support campaigns for climate justice and human rights in Burma. 


Thank you so much again for helping us expand our impact and advocacy!

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What Action Corps Does


Action Corps works to get the U.S. to follow its laws -- and change policies when needed -- to save lives. We people build people power across the U.S. in solidarity with people around the world. Right now we are campaigning to stop U.S. support for the Saudi war in Yemen, end genocide in Burma, and release international resources for countries facing multiple crises.

What Your Gift Will Accomplish

By supporting Action Corps, you will help equip advocates across the U.S. to help change U.S. policies to save lives.  In particular, your generosity will help us support our organizers and ambassadors in 20 states, double the number of states where we have an on-the-ground presence, and increase our influence with members of Congress.

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