Cause Coalitions for Advocacy and Support

Use this list of coalitions, local and national, to find advocacy partners already championing your cause under the Gold Dome and on Capitol Hill.

Are we missing a coalition that you belong to? Please let us know – along with your latest policy-related news.


Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Georgia works to “make Georgia the gold standard in maternal and infant health access and care.” Among their advocacy work:

Georgians for a Healthy Future helps “lead policy change that advances health equity for all Georgians.” Among their work:

Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence advocates for improvements in the “systems which respond to domestic violence victims and offenders.” Their efforts include:

The Fuqua Center for Late-Life Depression has contact information for two advocacy coalition partners, the Georgia Coalition on Older Adults & Behavioral Health, and the Aging and Behavior Health Care Collaborative.

The Georgia Coalition for Safe Communities, aiming to solve the “public health crisis” of gun violence in Georgia, maintains a list of legislation they support in the current State and Federal sessions.

Child Welfare

GEEARS (Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students) is active in policy around early childhood educaiton. You can:

Voices for Georgia’s Children advocates for a broad range of children’s welfare issues. Among their advocacy efforts:

Georgia CASA is active in shaping policy through research, education, and direct advocacy, working on behalf of 46 affiliates throughout the state (and the 21,000 children in foster care they serve), and reflecting the legislative priorities of their national parent organization.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Georgia Equality is focused on improving policy in support of LGBT Georgians, providing expertise in relevant issues and of-the-moment action alerts.


The Georgia Conservancy has long been active at the Gold Dome, and posts weekly legislative updates on developments related to the state’s natural resources. They also lead the advocacy-oriented Association of Georgia Land Trusts

Human Services

The Georgia Food Bank Association works with Feeding America to support legislation and funding that helps end hunger in the U.S. You can:

Georgia Advancing Communities Together aims to provide housing for all; they provide updates, including calls to action, in their monthly newsletter.

The Coalition of Advocates for Georgia’s Elderly posts weekly legislative updates through their organizing nonprofit, the Georgia Council on Aging.

Georgia Watch is a consumer protection agency. Among their work:

Economic Development

The Georgia Budget and Policy Institute maintains several advocacy coalitions you can join, including:

  • PROSPER Georgia, “a coalition of workforce advocates who champion an inclusive economy.”
  • People-Powered Prosperity, which “details a vision for how state lawmakers can pursue strategies help all Georgians thrive, as well as how the state can responsibly pay for it.”
  • Georgia Work Credit, a campaign supporting the establishment of a state Earned Income Tax Credit.

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