It’s inspiring how many groups are coming together and organizing – and also a little overwhelming. Here, we’ve listed a few of the groups we’ve connected with. While not a comprehensive list of every group in our area, it’s a good place to start if you want to get more involved and connect with other people working toward positive change in their communities.

Democratic Party Organizations

Grassroots Groups

Building Channels for Change

  • Their mission is to enable people to more easily engage in political and social change by providing tools and resources that facilitate and amplify their involvement in issues that affect their lives.
  • Resources include a city-wide directory of progressive organizations; a comprehensive events calendar; and a Philadelphia area newsletter for the social justice and activist community.
  • Website: Building Channels for Change
  • Calendar: Upcoming events

Havertown-Area Community Action Network

  • Working together to promote progressive values and encourage political action in our community.
  • Their email newsletter has calls-to-action, upcoming events, and action group updates.
  • Website: HCAN
  • Email:
  • To join, fill out the web form here.


The Indivisible Guide is a free resource written by former congressional staffers revealing best practices for making Congress listen. Since it was created, it has been downloaded over a million times and groups have started forming all over the country using the guide as a starting place. You can see a list of groups near you using the Indivisible Group Search.

Michael Swayze’s Community Resources 

Philadelphia Neighborhood Networks

  • Neighborhood Networks brings together Philadelphia neighborhoods to  push for progressive candidates and policies in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the national level.
  • Website: Philadelphia Neighborhood Networks
  • Facebook group: Philly NN

Additional Groups

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