Spread the Word about MVP

Table of Contents

Thanks for spreading the word about MVP! Jump to each section to get what you need:

  1. Ways to Follow MVP
  2. Sharing Tools
  3. Core MVP Content
  4. Videos
  5. Articles
  6. Talking Points
  7. Free “Swag”


Ways to Follow MVP

  • Monthly Newsletter: Get key updates on our work, our local partners, and upcoming events & briefings. Sign up (check spam & promotion folders if you don’t see a confirmation!), and then forward each email to your network, along with a personal note.
  • Social media: Follow on Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram, and share with your networks.
  • Supporter Facebook Group: Get official MVP content you can easily share with your networks.
  • MVP Blog: A one-stop shop of bite-sized new content, including strategy, political analysis, and stories from our grassroots partners.
  • Upcoming Events: Our briefings and volunteer events are a perfect chance for folks in your network to learn about and support MVP.


Sharing Tools

Use these easy tools to share about MVP with your network:


Core MVP Content

Current Priority

Our current priority is the April 4th Wisconsin Supreme Court race. Learn more & spread the word »

The MVP Model
2023-2024 Strategy
Impact Reports





Articles validating MVP’s Theory of Change


Talking points

  1. Working at the intersections of social movements, grassroots communities, and elections is the best way to ensure that we both win big and build long-term progressive power.
  2. Investing in grassroots organizing is the best way to impact elections. This is what MVP does.
  3. Youth and voters of color can swing the closest elections. MVP invests in these constituencies.
  4. Turnout increases most when voters hear from people they know. This is what MVP funds.
  5. Candidate campaigns end, win or lose. MVP partners build power year-round, year after year.
  6. With early funding, MVP partners can maximize their reach, voter turnout, and policy wins.
  7. MVP partners are organizing their communities. The best thing we can do is fund them.
What a donation provides

As you think about your donation, consider the impact of each dollar:

  • $15,000 covers a 3-part training series MVP offers freely to each partner group.
  • $5,000 covers base salary for a field organizer for 1 month of voter registration, turnout, etc.
  • $2,500 can provide 2 laptops, helping organizers increase capacity and train others.
  • $1,000 can send 20,000 texts reminding voters where to vote and what to bring.
  • $500 can pay for an organizer to attend a skills training + follow-up coaching session.
  • $250 can cover 6,000 reminder calls to folks who’ve volunteered to get out the vote.


Free MVP “Swag”