- Make an online donation using the form to the right
- Mail a check payable to Campus Election Engagement Project and mail to:
- Wells Fargo Advisors
- Attn: Mark C Smith
- 1700 East Putnam Avenue
- Suite 101
- Greenwich, CT 06870
- Direct a donor-advised gift through your local foundation or trust
- Contact us for help with
- electronic funds transfer instructions
- gifts of securities or stocks
IMPORTANT: As a reminder, please make sure all donations are now made out to the Campus Election Engagement Project and NOT Ohio Campus Compact. Campus Election Engagement Project is now its own stand-alone 501(c)(3) organization, and we can no longer accept donations made out to Ohio Campus Compact.
Help Youth Vote in the 2021-2022 Election Cycle
The Civic Influencers™ model has a multiplier effect, getting campus administrators, student government and communities to invest funding and resources in getting their youth to register, volunteer in campaigns, navigate daunting new voter laws, educate themselves on candidates and issues, and turn out at the polls.
“[Campus Elect] has been Miami Dade College’s most important partner in our nonpartisan voter engagement efforts. They provide stipends, training, and support to their [Civic Influencers], advice on putting together our election engagement website, and invaluable nonpartisan election and candidate guides. We love [Campus Elect] and want to continue to expand our partnership with them in the coming years.” – Josh Young, Civic Engagement Coordinator of Miami Dade College’s 165,000-student system
No “Off Year” in Youth Election Engagement
Sustaining youth voting from one election cycle to the next requires continual “care and feeding” of our campuses. There are typically concerning drops in youth voting after each Presidential election, so sustaining the hopeful 2018 and 2020 trends in youth voting will depend on what groups like Civic Influencers do to engage youth in the coming year. Civic Influencers helps develop the sustainable campus culture and institutional efforts to repeat or surpass recent higher turnout trends. What we do in 2021 will play a critical role in 2022 youth turnout for the midterm.
Youth election engagement also means involving youth beyond voting. 2021 is a critical year for youth to influence redistricting, advocate on election and voter suppression legislation, participate in local elections, develop media literacy skills, and practice civic dialogue across differences.
How Will My Donation Support Youth Voting?
$25- Support voter education and engagement outreach materials and swag.
$50- Support social media and digital engagement ads to increase youth voter turnout in upcoming elections.
$100- Support one campus or community voter engagement event to register and educate young voters.
$250- Support Civic Influencers (one) in one key term to receive data voting stipends that will train them on how to effectively collect voting data and build customized action plans to engage youth voters.
$500- Support Civic Influencers (one) for one key term to lead efforts to prevent cascading civic blackouts from disconnecting young people to the voting process.
$1000- Support Civic Influencers (two) for one key term to lead efforts to prevent cascading civic blackouts from disconnecting young people to the voting process.
$2000- Support Civic Influencers (one) for four terms (Fall, Spring, Summer, Fall) leading up to the 2022 midterm elections to lead efforts to prevent cascading blackouts from disconnecting young people to the voting process.
$4000- Support Civic Influencers (two) for four terms leading up to the 2022 midterm elections to lead efforts to prevent cascading blackouts from disconnecting young people to the voting process.
$5000– Support Civic Influencers (two) for four key terms and Data Training Stipends to lead efforts to prevent cascading civic blackouts from disconnecting young people to the voting process.
For more information on Civic Influencers:
- Review our Civic Influencers Relaunch Executive Summary
- Check out our nonpartisan candidate guides
- Read our 2020 Annual Report, 2019 Annual Report and 2018 Impact Summary.
Some of our supporters include:
Achieving America Family Foundation
Aspen Community Foundation
Aspen Ski Company
Ben & Jerry’s
Caplan & Drysdale
Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines
Community Foundation of Richmond
Craig Newmark Philanthropies
Emily Davie and Joseph Kornfeld Foundation
George Gund Foundation
Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco
Kazan McClain Partners
League of Women Voters of Cincinnati
Marin Community Foundation
Missouri Foundation for Health
Murray & Agnes Seasongood Foundation
Naomi & Nehemia Cohen Foundation
New Venture Fund Nord Foundation
San Francisco Foundation
San Francisco Jewish Community Endowment Fund
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Sony Music Group
Trillium Asset Management
Zegar Family Foundation