About Us

What is Indivisible Project?

Launched after Donald Trump’s election, Indivisible became a nationwide movement of thousands of volunteer-led local groups that engage in progressive advocacy and electoral work at the local, state, and national level. Indivisible Project, a 501(c)(4), was established to lift up that grassroots movement of local groups to defeat the Trump agenda, elect progressive leaders, and realize bold progressive policies. We support local Indivisible groups by offering legislative advocacy and political expertise and by building political power everywhere.

Click here to see our annual report from 2017, which reviews the impact of our movement last year.

Our Vision

A diverse, progressive movement of constituents builds power across the country by organizing locally, developing and remaking civic institutions, building consciousness and solidarity, and forming strong partnerships and coalitions. We hold the Democratic Party accountable for championing progressive values and hold government accountable to the needs of all of its constituents. We change the conversation about our country’s values and ultimately take power in government at every level to make it responsive to those values.

What We Do

In 2018, Indivisible Project seeks to continue the Indivisible network’s organizing and policy successes by providing local groups with resources, coordination, training, and guidance on civic engagement:

  • Support a more resilient Indivisible Network. Indivisible Project exists to support a nationwide network of thousands of thriving, interconnected local groups. In 2018, we will double down on long-term investment in the health, effectiveness, and connectivity of the network through training, deploying electoral digital organizing tools, and building out national, state, and local coordinating structures.
  • Defeat the Trump Agenda. Core to Indivisible Project’s strategy is a commitment to promoting progressive values and fighting the reactionary policy agenda championed by the current administration. In 2018 we will continue to demystify Congress and provide the resources that our groups need to take action in their communities. We’ll also support our groups to shape the image of candidates ahead of November by driving local “accountability” events during ahead of the 2018 election.
  • Retaking power in Congress and state governments. Indivisible’s reach makes it uniquely positioned to mobilize its network and build political power in 2018. Indivisible groups add capacity and energy where progressive and party infrastructure is weak or nonexistent, particularly in red, suburban, and rural districts. Our political program will capitalize on this strength in 2018 by empowering local Indivisible groups to achieve electoral victories at the local, state, and federal levels nationwide.

How to Donate

Individuals interested in making contributions online are encouraged to donate to the Indivisible Project a 501(c)(4) organization. Contributions can be made online here.

If you’d like to give by check, please make it out to “The Indivisible Project” and mail to PO Box 43884, Washington, D.C. 20010. For wire transfer instructions or other questions, please contact donate@indivisible.org.

Donations to Indivisible Project are not tax deductible as charitable contributions or as business expenses under IRC Section 162(e).

Our Staff
Indivisible Project Board

What is Indivisible Civics?

Launched after Donald Trump’s election, Indivisible became a nationwide movement of volunteer-led local progressive groups that engage in advocacy work at the local, state, and national level. Indivisible Civics, a registered 501(c)(3) organization, was established educate and empower civic leaders at the community level across the country. We provide expertise and resources, build relationships and support greater coordination and strategic action, and cultivate effective local leadership so that groups can become powerful actors in their own communities.

Click here to see our annual report from 2017, which reviews the impact of our movement last year.

Our Vision

Indivisible Civics builds consciousness, solidarity, and strong partnerships across the country by defending and advancing progressive values, in large part through effective action by local groups. We hold the government and elected officials accountable to the needs of all constituents. We power and lift up our grassroots movement of local groups to defeat the Trump agenda and sustain a powerful progressive movement.

What We Do

In 2018, Indivisible Civics seeks to continue the Indivisible network’s organizing and policy successes by providing local groups with resources, coordination, training, and guidance on civic engagement:

  • Support a more resilient Indivisible Network. Indivisible Civics exists to support a nationwide network of thousands of thriving, interconnected local groups. In 2018, we will double down on long-term investment in the health, effectiveness, and connectivity of the network through training, investments in our groups, and building out national, state, and local coordinating structures.
  • Defeat the Trump Agenda. Core to Indivisible Civics’ strategy is a commitment to promoting progressive values and fighting the reactionary policy agenda championed by the current administration. In 2018 we will continue to provide the resources that our groups need to take action in their communities. We do this by demystifying legislation so that local groups take effective action and by building partnerships reflecting an integrated role in a broad, diverse progressive ecosystem.

How to Donate

Individuals interested in making tax deductible contributions online are encouraged to donate to Indivisible Civics, a 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions can be made online here.

If you’d like to give by check, please make it out to “Indivisible Civics” and mail to PO Box 43884, Washington, D.C. 20010. For wire transfer instructions or other questions, please contact donate@indivisible.org.

Donations to Indivisible Civics (EIN 82-2355901) are tax deductible.

Indivisible Civics Board