mobilize activists

Turn supporters into effective advocates

Learn how Action Network’s powerful, flexible tools can power your campaign.

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Mobilize supporters where they are

Our comprehensive toolset empowers you to reach your community through multiple channels—email, mobile, and IRL.

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Track actions to optimize campaigns

Easily see what’s working and what’s not to double down or pivot as needed.

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Raise Money

Built-in A/B testing and powerful audience targeting makes sending optimized fundraising messages easier than ever—by email or mobile message.

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Manage your contacts

Help supporters level up their involvement with tools that show you who’s taking action and how.

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The tools of choice for…

Powering you to create community


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Switching to Action Network is easy

Our four-step migration process is as simple as it gets, and we’re here to help every step of the way.

We helped make Virginia the 23rd state to abandon the death penalty. That was our first real test of how Action Network can help mobilize people to create these wins.

Abraham Bonowitz

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Mobilize communities, raise money, and engage supporters with tools built for change-makers, by change-makers.

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