Volunteer & Contribution Resources for Georgia Runoffs

Georgia’s two runoff elections on January 5 will determine which party controls the Senate for Joe Biden’s first term. Democratic candidates Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff are being supported by canvassers across the state.

GSD Member Tony Alfieri has compiled this list for those of us in New York who want to get involved.

Boots on the Ground / Community-Based Voter Engagement in Georgia

Fair Fight Action

The nationwide group combats voter suppression and promotes “free and fair elections” from its home base in Georgia. It is a left-leaning PAC. Donate here.

Black Voters Matter

Black Voters Matter Fund. Want to help more Black communities vote? This is your group. They advocate for expanded voting rights and access, and just finished months of intensive voter registration and outreach across the South. Now they’re hitting the streets in the Peach State. Donate here.

Georgia NAACP

New Georgia Project

The New Georgia Project. A well-regarded effort to register and engage voters, credited with enrolling over 500,000 people. Though officially a nonpartisan 501(c)3, NGP is associated with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. They will be out in force for the next two months. Volunteer here. Donate here.

Georgia Muslim Voter Project

The Georgia Muslim Voter Project was founded in late 2015, in response to the growing anti-Muslim rhetoric that was prevalent in mainstream politics and the low rates of civic engagement in the Muslim community. The mission of GAMVP is to activate Muslim voters in order to elevate our voices.

Asian Americans Advancing Justice Atlanta

Asian Americans Advancing Justice Atlanta. Before the November 3 election, the nonpartisan group called 92% of Asian American and Pacific Islander voters in Georgia. They’ll do it again leading up to January. Donate here.

Asian American Advocacy Fund

United for a more progressive Southeast


A nonpartisan group building civic engagement in the Latino community. Their substantial voter registration arm aims to make sure that all eligible Latinos are both registered and turn out. Donate here.

Latino Community Fund GA

ACLU of Georgia

ACLU of Georgia. The civil liberties legal group is intensely involved in protecting Georgians’ voter rights both in courtrooms and at polling stations. Donate here.

Georgia Democrats

The state party organization is running ballot cure, voter protection, canvassing, and poll watching operations.

Additional Organizations Doing GA Outreach

Moms Demand Action

Sister Song

Volunteer Opportunities

Fair Fight Runoff GOTV Weekend of Action Phone and Text Bank (Nov. 14 & 15):

NAACP Volunteer Training Video (includes Code of Conduct & Volunteer Phone and Text Scripts):

Georgia Democrats Remote Ballot Cure Phone Calls: