Track where we are in the year in our congressional campaigns.
Learn more about our Fall 2023 campaign.
Some helpful orientation and training resources to help with your advocacy.
The RESULTS Fellowship is an 11-month program for activists ages 20-35.
We offer many ways to give from making a stock gift to planned giving.
RESULTS is a movement of passionate, committed everyday people.
Poverty cannot end as long as oppression exists.
The Experts are leaders in the organization with lived experience of poverty.
Take action by writing to Congress or the media.
Learn more about advocacy to members of Congress.
Learn more about how to spotlight poverty issues in the media.
Where a baby is born should not determine how long she lives. RESULTS advocates for policies and legislation that will help end the preventable deaths of moms and babies in low-income countries around the world.
Read more about our campaign to pass the Reach Act
Take action on our FY24 Appropriations campaign by learning about our Dear Colleague letters!
Today and all this month of March, we celebrate the anniversary of a revolution that has saved millions of lives over 10 years — the Child Survival Call to Action. RESULTS’ ongoing advocacy is crucial to sustaining this political will. As long as there are people living in poverty, we are not going away.
“I would love to be your tuberculosis champion.”
Cat, a RESULTS volunteer advocate from Alaska, heard those words from her member of Congress and was a little surprised.
In late December, the 117th Congress passed their omnibus funding bill for fiscal year 2023 (FY23) after months of negotiations. Excitingly, the final bill includes modest increases for our global funding priorities. These updated funding levels for tuberculosis, nutrition, and global education will make an enormous difference in the fight against global poverty.
When possible for mom and baby, breastfeeding gives children the healthiest start to life.
January’s Global Poverty Policy Forum welcomed guests from No White Saviors (NWS) based in Kampala, Uganda. NWS shares their expertise and lived experience as we explore advocacy that embraces solidarity with others through the lens of anti-oppression and equity.
Our failure to ensure COVID-19 vaccines are available those in low-income countries is an embarrassment. It has also heightened the risk of dangerous variants emerging as COVID-19 spreads, unchecked, in unvaccinated parts of the world. It’s outrageous, so we must let congressional leaders and the Administration hear our outrage. Check out the recording and slides (pdf version) from our webinar and click the title above for more details on actions you can take to show your outrage.
We celebrated COVID relief successes and looked at the 2021 campaigns on global education and nutrition. We learned about the appropriations process and tools available to us. We took action together online and prepared for taking deeper action with congressional staff.
We need to gear up to influence our members of Congress during the first 100 days of the new Congress. Reaching them now will set the stage for progress over the next two years of the 117th Congress. We need to put global COVID relief, girls education, and maternal & child health and nutrition on their agendas.