Contribute to help build Kentucky's progressive infrastructure

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Whether it is expanding health care access, addressing climate change, advancing civil and human rights, and more, Kentucky is on the frontline of every major issue facing our country.

Building a progressive Kentucky goes beyond election cycles and policy change. To accomplish our goals, we need to build an organized, progressive infrastructure that understands the root causes of our challenges, builds consensus around transformative solutions, and works in sustained partnership.

Please chip in $1 each to organizations already working to build a more progressive Kentucky.


Kentuckians For The Commonwealth 

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth is a community of people, inspired by a vision, working for a fair economy, a healthy environment and an honest democracy. We believe Kentucky can be a place where everyone has a chance to thrive.

Kentucky Commonwealth Alliance Voter Engagement (CAVE)

CAVE supports the voter engagement efforts of various non-profits across Kentucky with grants, trainings, data, coordination, networking, and other resources. We believe that we can all share more success if we work together to empower a stronger universe of Kentucky voters that share our values.

The People's Campaign

The People’s Campaign (TPC) Community Network is fueled by our core principle of moral progressivism. We are committed to engaging voters around our issues because we believe that the best way to bring progressive change is by electing people who already agree with the changes we want to make! Your support of The Network furthers our voter engagement around education, healthcare, pension, worker, community, voting rights and business equity issues.

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