Their first Civic Shout petition called on Interior Secretary Deb Haaland to save wolves by restoring their protections under the Endangered Species Act.
They boosted the petition twice, ordering 3,000 new-to-list supporters each time, and added 6,000 opt-ins to their email list in a matter of weeks.
They were thrilled with the fast turnaround time, and when an opportunity came up for a rapid-response acquisition campaign, they decided to go with us again.
This time, they lined up a draft petition the day before the Supreme Court was expected to limit the EPA’s authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. The petition called on Congress to address climate change by phasing out fossil fuel subsidies.
The next morning, after the Supreme Court decision was announced, they published the petition and boosted it with an order for 6,400 new supporters.
Their campaign was live and acquiring new supporters minutes after the court’s decision was announced – something that isn’t possible through any other email acquisition channel.