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
So what’s RESULTS up to in 2020? Even with the elections looming, our advocacy isn’t waiting around. The work of equity and justice is needed now. Here are the two big campaigns we’re taking on in 2020.
Five years ago, I was sitting at home, feeling like I had no way of making change with my members of Congress. I was frustrated. I wanted to open up their perspectives and have conversations with them about issues I care about.
“I never thought I’d actually be able to see my representative in person,” said Mercedeh Tavacoli as she sat on a stone bench on Capitol Hill and took a breath.
This summer marks 40 years since a dozen people got together in a Los Angeles living room to write letters to Congress. The story of how that living room meeting led to the RESULTS movement of today is a long one: we couldn’t fit it into an email. And the truth is, it isn’t one story.
Guest Speaker: Christy Gleason, Senior Strategist for the Office of Senator Chris Coons (D-DE)
May 2018 Webinar Recording
May 2018 Webinar Summary
May 2018 Webinar Slides (PDF version)
Guest Speaker: You!
July 2017 Webinar Recording
July 2017 Webinar Summary
July 2017 Webinar Slides