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Almost every hour, a petition on Change.org achieves victory On Change.org, people everywhere are starting campaigns, mobilizing supporters, and working with decision-makers to drive solutions.

Change.org is the world’s largest petition platform, using technology to empower more than 100 million users to create the change they want to see.

Change.org Impact Report

Our Impact Report describes how we pursue our mission: empowering people to create the change they want to see. Click below to explore the details.

Change.org Signatures Become Vvictories

People on Change.org work with decision-makers to find new solutions to the big and small issues that impact their lives.

At Change.org, We believe that no one is powerless and that making a change can be a part of everyday life. Change.org is an open platform with room for a wide range of perspectives so people everywhere can take action on the issues they care about.

Every campaign you see on the platform is started by our users. People and organisations around the world use Change.org to start campaigns, mobilise supporters, and work with decision makers to drive solutions.

We are proud to support robust debate and avoid censoring content, but, like other prominent online platforms, we do remove certain content which clearly violates our Community Guidelines including hate speech and the incitement of violence.

WHO USES CHANGE.ORG PETITIONS

Listed below here are Change.org Petition starters and supporters

More than 200 million people in 196 countries are creating change in their communities.

Decision makers

Decision-makers at the highest levels of government and business are engaging with their constituents and consumers.

Organizations

Leading organizations are advancing their causes and mobilising new supporters.

Media

Journalists are sourcing powerful stories and covering campaigns hundreds of times a day.

  • Anyone can start a petition
    People and organizations around the world start petitions for free.

 

  • Petition Starters and signers share the petition
    Sharing the petition with friends, family, and other supporters builds momentum.

 

  • The petition reaches new audiences
    Media coverage and offline events bring the petition to new audiences.

 

  • Decision makers engage
    Decision-makers have the opportunity to respond to the petition.

 

  • Victory is declared
    The petition starter declares victory when there is a solution.

Change.org is Proudly People Powered

Change.org exists to empower people everywhere to create the change you want to see. In order for the platform to remain free, independent, and accessible to everyone, people like you power the petitions and the platform to help create change.

There are two ways people like you support the work we do.

Power specific petitions

People use Change.org to campaign about the most pressing issues in their lives and communities. You can chip in to help petition starters find supporters, by paying to promote their petitions as advertisements to a wider audience on Change.org.

Power the platform

You can become a Sustainer to help more people around the world win their campaigns, financially supporting the expert coaching, media support and free technology that sees ordinary people win their campaigns every day.

Change.org is a Public Benefit Corporation overseen by a nonprofit governing board — The Change.org Foundation — which also oversees Change.org Programmes, and the charitable activities of the Foundation. This hybrid structure enables us to combine the ambition and growth trajectory of a tech company with the mission-focused stewardship of a nonprofit. This structure also makes Change.org the world’s largest nonprofit-owned tech platform for social change.

 

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