Current & Past Clients

We have worked on behalf of the following organizations: ACLU MN, African American Voter Registration Education Project, Amnesty International, Blueprint North Carolina, Campaign Legal Center, The Climate Reality Project, Climate Reality Action Fund, Colorado Civic Engagement Roundtable, Everytown for Gun Safety, Florida Civic Engagement Table, League of Conservation Voters, March On, Mighty Earth, National Audubon Society, New Georgia Project, One Arizona, Peoples Climate Movement, Planned Parenthood Advocates of New York, Population Connection Action Fund, ProGeorgia, Relay Rides, State Voices, and Vote Solar. 


Everytown for Gun Safety

“I was at Everytown for Gun Safety when we were working on the elections in 2016. We were working on a state race in Minnesota. A couple months before the election we realized we weren’t going to be able to hit enough doors without some additional help, so we reached out to 360. Within a week, they were up and running. They went above and beyond, beating the goals in a really short time frame. I would definitely hire them again.”

- Isaac Bloom, Organizing Director, Indivisble

The Climate Reality Project


“We worked with 360 on Climate Reality’s campus program for close to a year and with their support, we were able to recruit and train hundreds of leaders in just a few short months. Together, we successfully secured commitments from multiple universities for our 100% Committed campaign and ran a successful Get Out the Vote effort on campuses. They are top notch organizers who’s first focus is quality, and we really enjoyed working with them.”

- Vasiliy Kisunko, Campaigns Director

National Audubon Society


“We hired 360 to run two campaigns for us, engaging our conservation network to do more on local climate solutions. Their organizers were top-notch - professional, excellent volunteer recruiters and managers, with great campaign skills. We got excellent feedback on the trainings their staff ran. Not only did they hit the goals that we asked them to meet, but they left our conservation network stronger than when they started.”

- Matt Anderson, Vice-President, Climate Change & Clean Energy