NationBuilder 2017 in Review
Of the thousands of customers who used NationBuilder in 2017, read 10 examples of parties, candidates, nonprofits, companies, and advocacy groups who showed us powerful ways to lead.
AllSaints harnessed NationBuilder to find a collaborative solution to a challenge all high-end brands face: how do you build mass email campaigns as expertly targeted as they are beautiful?
The Maryland GOP built a scalable network with an innovative cost-sharing structure to both reduce barriers to entry for new candidates and share valuable data with their larger party.
The New York Campaign Finance Board used an inquisitive, data-driven approach to inform, engage, register, and drive voters to participate in the important election for NYC mayor.
Apex Clean Energy is leveraging a powerful network and strategic digital outreach to advocate for renewable energy—overcoming organized opposition and paving the way for a growing number of successful wind projects.
With a fresh approach to politics and strong grassroots support from his community, Randall Woodfin inspired thousands of young people to vote for the first time in a municipal election.
A veterans affinity group used NationBuilder to turn a post-Harvey text outreach into a full-scale search, rescue, and relief effort for the Houston community they’d served for years.
After an innovative, memorable, and unifying campaign, the New Democratic Party made history by electing Jagmeet Singh as the first person of color to lead a national party in Canada.
How do you campaign for a river? This LA nonprofit uses email and social outreach to rally citizens in a shared effort to see its natural resource as the center of their city’s civic pride.
In a single month, President Emmanuel Macron empowered hundreds of candidates to build a party from the ground up, win 350 seats in Parliament, and shift the dynamics of French politics.
In 2011, Stephanie Singer broke fundraising records to unseat a 36-year incumbent and help clean up Philadelphia’s elections. Now, she’s using technology to take that mission nationwide.
A progressive Kansas Democrat gave a traditionally red district a run for its money in a recent special election for Congress—and he did it largely without party backing.
With progressive endorsements, nimble fundraising, and grassroots appeal, Mike Connolly went from “No Money Mike” to standout representative in 2016.
With its successful campaign for Measure M, Move LA united a diverse group toward a common goal—tackling LA’s traffic and air pollution with public transit.
Using a series of powerful videos, workshops, and social campaigns, One Love empowers young people to recognize abusive relationships and take action early on.
In an intensely competitive US Senate race, Rob Portman’s campaign stood on its own strength and united Ohio voters across party lines—leading to an impressive 21-point victory.
With its annual homeless count, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority tracks homelessness in human terms as the first step toward a lasting solution.
With a gripping online campaign, Defense for Children International Palestine shed light on children’s rights violations and created a groundswell of support around the world.
Learn how a welcoming Chicago café serving fair-trade coffee becomes a place where aspiring world-changers find and pursue their purpose.
When cash-strapped hospitals cut staff levels and replaced registered nurses (RNs) with less trained health providers, the Saskatchewan Nurses Union launched a successful awareness campaign to defend the jobs of thousands of RNs.