Democracy Alliance


The fair and just country and vibrant and equal communities we seek to build is a clear deviation from the regressive policies and ideas supported by conservative political leaders that lead us to this juncture.Our collective giving is grounded in a shared set of values, namely that we work to build and support a fair democracy, an inclusive economy, a safe and sustainable planet, and an equitable and just nation.© Democracy Alliance • P.O. Box 34607 • Washington, DC 20043 The “inspiration” for the Democracy Alliance, the brainchild of Democratic consultant Rob Stein, was the belief among liberal strategists and progressive donors that the Democratic Party lost power in the early 2000’s “because liberals [did] not have a well-funded network of policy shops, watchdog groups and training centers for activists equivalent to what [had] existed for years on the right.” Between 2003 and 2005, Stein pitched to more than “700 Democratic donors” the idea of “[emulating] the conservative fund…

© Democracy Alliance • P.O. Box 34607 • Washington, DC 20043 by Gara LaMarche A multi-racial civil rights organization. Box 34607 • Washington, DC 20043 The Democracy Alliance, founded in 2005, is the largest network of donors dedicated to building the progressive movement in the United States. For nearly 15 years, the Democracy Alliance has helped to raise significant resources to promote progressive ideas, impact media coverage, develop new leadership, create sophisticated civic engagement strategies, and engage young people and communities of color. Ahmaud Arbery.

The Democracy Alliance is a network of progressive donors who coordinate their political donations to groups that the Alliance has endorsed. In our collaborative giving strategy, an informed and engaged body of donors comes together to aggregate resources for focused investment, for which we have marshaled as much as $80 million per year. We address the most pressing challenges of our day through investments in three connected areas: a just democracy, a fair economy and an environmentally sustainable future.At a time when nearly every democratic institution of our country and collective values as a nation are under attack by an administration fueled by negligence, false truths, and ego, the need for a more powerful and cohesive progressive community has never been greater. Our members support a strong infrastructure of progressive organizations, grassroots leaders, engaged voters, and elected officials who work to defend democratic values, institutions, and norms and advance an alternative progressive vision: a fair democracy where everyone can participate, a growing economy that works for all, a planet that is healthy and safe, and a nation that is equitable and just. Welcome to the Salisbury Democracy Alliance Webpage. Read the full Call to Defend Democracy here Using the law, AP builds power in communities of color during and beyond elections and seeks to develop a multi-racial progressive movement. We play a leading role in fostering the infrastructure necessary to advance a progressive agenda for America. George Floyd. Following George W. Bush’s reelection in 2004, big-wig billionaires and millionaires of the Democratic Party met and mapped out a plan to regain the momentum in national politics and alter the course of public policy in their favor. We play a leading role in fostering the infrastructure necessary to advance a progressive agenda for America. Our Portfolio It uses innovative tools and strategies to strengthen social movements and achieve high impact policy change. It has been described by Politico as "the country's most powerful liberal donor club." What we stand for: a just democracy, a fair economy and an environmentally sustainable future. It’s not for me to define “defund the police,” the rallying cry of many on the streets at this moment. What the Democracy Alliance stands for: progressive power to advance a fair democracy, an inclusive economy and an environmentally sustainable future. We invest in every aspect of progressive power-building—from policy making to organizing grassroots communities to winning state and national issue and electoral campaigns.

The Alliance of Democracies joins more than 500 political, civil leaders, Nobel Laureates and pro-democracy institutions that have signed an open letter to defend democracy, warning that the freedoms we cherish are under threat from governments that are using the crisis to tighten their grip on power. Through our However, during the 2012 presidential election cycle, the Alliance changed its focus from influencing policy to influencing politicia…