Our Work

We are intentional about uplifting our most vulnerable communities and sharing impactful narratives through our partnerships and campaigns. This work includes local and national activations that center the voices of veterans, seniors, and working families.

Social media creators walk through the halls of Congress with Stop the Shutdown petitions in hand.

Stop the MAGA Shutdown - Lobby Day

Leading up to the expected government shutdown at the end of September 2023, Courage for America tapped 9 creators to ask their audiences to sign a petition to call on Congress to stop the MAGA shutdown. Over 115,000 people signed that petition.

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Constituents and advocates stand in front of Rep. Troy Balderson's (R-OH) office in the U.S. Capitol.

MAGA's Fault If We Default - Lobby Day

Courage for America was joined by key members of House Democratic leadership, creators, and constituents to demand that the MAGA House answer for threatening a default unless Congress slashes critical health care, veterans’ benefits, law enforcement, and education funding. The all-day event consisted of a training session, office drop-ins, a press conference, and meetings with Congressional staff and members.

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Courage for America leaders speak in front of the Back Off Our Benefits Bus in Phoenix, AZ.

Back Off Our Benefits Bus Tour

From March 30 to April 17, 2023, Courage for America’s Back Off Our Benefits national bus tour traversed the country, stopping in 13 House districts to urge Speaker McCarthy and the MAGA House to not cut essential programs like Social Security, Medicare, SNAP, and veterans’ benefits.

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Constituents of Rep. Santos hold signs saying,

Expel Santos

We partnered with Concerned Citizens of NY-03 to condemn George Santos’ lies and urge Speaker McCarthy to hold a vote to expel him from Congress.

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Officer Fanone speaks at the podium with the Capitol in the backdrop.

Not On Our Watch

The two-year anniversary of the January 6th insurrection marked the launch of our first national activation with veterans, officers, and Americans across the country who were distressed over the growing escalation of political violence. They called on Republican House leaders to put an end to political violence and hold their members accountable.

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