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OFA's 13 favorite #StandWithWomen organizing moments of 2013

In 2013, Women took a stand—and not just in pink shoes

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  • OFA's 13 favorite immigration reform organizing moments of 2013

    From one on one conversations to powerful public displays of support, OFA volunteers fought for reform in 2013.

    We came a long way toward achieving comprehensive immigration reform in 2013, including passing a landmark bill in the Senate. Take a look at OFA organizers' favorite moments in the fight for reform this year


  • Want a free trip to D.C.?

    Donate by midnight to be automatically entered to win.

    Give $5 or more to OFA today to become a founding member, and be automatically entered to win a trip to our birthday party.

  • Did you see President Obama's note?

    "We're never going back."

    "Fundamental change like this doesn't happen just because people believe it's the right thing to do," said President Obama. "It happens because people like you, and organizations like OFA, fight for it—no matter how hard it gets."

  • OFA's 13 favorite #ActOnClimate organizing moments of 2013

    97% of scientists believe climate change is real and man-made—this year OFA volunteers worked to make sure Congress is listening.

    In 2013, OFA volunteers delivered unicorn statues, called out climate deniers, and helped educate their communities in order to change the debate on climate change. Take a look at our 13 favorite climate organizing moments of 2013, as chosen by organizers themselves.

  • The story of ice

    The scientific reality of climate change will affect humanity for generations to come.

    We are in this together—as the human race—and we still have time to make a difference.

  • Introducing OFA's Digital Fellowship program

    Move to Chicago, make some friends, learn from the best, change the world.

    "How do I start a career in digital organizing with a progressive organization?" If that's your question, this is your answer.

  • What Congress did

    Both parties came together to pass a bipartisan budget deal.

    We've come a long way in the ten weeks since House leaders let an extreme minority shut down the government. That's because of you.

  • The real story of the Affordable Care Act

    We all have a health care story to tell. Here's mine.

    Accidents happen to everyone. Life throws us curve-balls. We're all just patients with "pre-existing conditions" waiting to happen.

    That was until the the protections put in place by the Affordable Care Act. Now, Americans with pre-existing conditions can no longer be discriminated against or left to fend for themselves.

  • The final six

    Here are the last six representatives on OFA's list of House members who need to lead on comprehensive immigration reform.

    Immigration reform is an urgent issue, but these representatives have so far chosen not to act. All they have to do is demand a vote.


  • OFA volunteers stand with Newtown

    On the one-year anniversary of Newtown, Americans honored the victims of gun violence.

    On this solemn day, communities throughout the nation came together to remember the futures lost—and the futures we must commit to protect.

  • Las Vegas stands with women

    Women share their stories of leadership.

    More than 25 leaders from across Southern Nevada gathered at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas recently for a roundtable discussion on women in leadership.


  • "This is great"

    More Americans write in support for Obamacare

    You can join this fight and make sure your friends and family know how to sign up for the coverage and care they deserve.

  • Do one thing today in honor of Newtown

    Send a simple message: We are Newtown.

    What happened a year ago hit so many of us so hard because it forced us to realize that no community is immune to the threat of such a tragedy. In that way, we are all Newtown.