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The State of the Union is always an important time of year, bringing organizers around the country together to watch the President lay out his vision for the year ahead. To celebrate a shared milestone, OFA volunteers held watch parties in more than 130 cities across the country.
On Tuesday, President Obama delivered his final State of the Union address. On Wednesday, the Vice President spoke to OFA supporters about the need to continue pushing for meaningful change, and the work ahead in the next year.
Referring to himself as "the guy in the red tie who sat behind the President last night," the Vice President emphasized one of President Obama's main points from the State of the Union address: Change is possible when people take action.
The President made it clear during his State of the Union address that we have to work together to make the kind of change we want.
This work has never been more important and it's made possible with the support of people like you.
Keep the fight going—say you're in.
Last week, Michelle Obama sent a message to OFA supporters across the country, encouraging them to tune into President Obama's final State of the Union address.
Read what she said and RSVP to watch the State of the Union on January 12.
Organizers across the country will be watching as the prepare for the fights ahead. Say you'll be one of them.
OFA hosted its Fall Organizing Summit in Washington, D.C.—featuring the Organizer-in-Chief himself, President Obama.
More than 200 organizers gathered to discuss the future of the grassroots movement and the impact of the work they're doing across the country.
Check out the highlights from the summit, including remarks from the President.
You might think that seeing the same thing over and over again would make it less inspiring. But when it comes to OFA fellows, it's just the opposite.
The newest class of budding organizers is off to a great start. See what they're up to.
Social media professionals convened in Chicago for the second annual Social Media Summit. Participants from organizations large and small came ready to collaborate, grow their networks, and discuss the next big things in social media.
OFA Chapters around the country are working with local partner groups on ways to improve their communities.
This week, while proudly wearing their OFA pins, OFA New Mexico chapter members joined with Health Action New Mexico to celebrate their 20th year of service to the people of the state.
Read how a former OFA professional fellow used OFA tools and trainings to land a job fighting for a great cause.
Starting out as long-time volunteer with OFA in California, Christina soon became an OFA digital lead, and then a regional digital co-lead, and then building on her skill set to become a digital professional fellow.
Anyone can become an organizing rockstar too. All you have to do is get started.
When it comes to making a difference in your own community, on issues big and small, you don't have to feel like you're sitting on the sidelines.
Across the country, OFA volunteers are focused on Fulfilling the Promise, community organizing projects started by local OFA chapters to improve their communities on a local level.
Read how this OFA chapter in Tuscan is working to save a vital youth education program from budget cuts.