What is Action Corps?
Action Corps is a non-partisan grassroots initiative to build power in solidarity with people around the world. Action Corps campaigns for U.S. policies to save lives.
What is Action Corps' History?
Action Corps grew out of Oxfam. In 2019, Action Corps became a fiscally sponsored project of the Social Good Fund, which provides administrative services and legal oversight. Action Corps has people trained on the ground in about 30 states.
What is Action Corps' Mission?
The mission of Action Corps is to champion justice in solidarity with people most affected by climate disasters and violent conflict. We achieve this mission by bringing together diverse actors for humanitarian advocacy, connecting grassroots activists to NGOs, media and members of Congress.
What is Action Corps' Vision?
Everyday Americans advance U.S. policies that let people around the world flourish.
What do Action Corps Organizers Believe?
We believe that every person—no matter where they are born or the body they inhabit—has a right to the resources they need. Our beautiful earth provides enough food and water for everyone, but climate change, genocide, war and disease are depriving billions of human beings. We see our well-being linked to the well-being of everyone, and we envision a world where everyone has a seat at the table.
Where is Action Corps Active?
Action Corps currently has active organizers and ambassadors in about 30 states.
What has Action Corps Achieved?
Action Corps played a pivotal role in the passage of the historic and bipartisan Yemen War Powers Resolution to stop U.S. participation in the war in Yemen. During COVID, Action Corps led a national coalition that secured the largest release of resources that the International Monetary Fund ever released. Action Corps' coalition building and on-the-ground organizing led to these and other successes.