Many of the problems we face can only be dealt with through long-term, systematic changes in society. Progress Alliance offers a way to pool resources, interact with a thoughtful group, and learn in order to help bring change.
We want to expand our community of donors who commit energy and funds to this mission. Our work is critical to winning a better future for Washington State and beyond, and we need all the best minds at the table.
Our donors are passionate about a range of issues including social justice, climate, education, women’s rights, the environment, campaign finance reform, and much more. What unites us is the desire to invest in political change in a new way, and create a better future.
What does it mean to join Progress Alliance?
We ask members to make a significant financial contribution because we believe that solving our biggest problems takes time and commitment of resources. In return, members can expect the opportunity to engage at many different levels and will enjoy benefits such as: educational briefings on timely issues, connections to social change leaders and organizations, and invitations to participate in cutting-edge strategy discussions.
The Progress Alliance of Washington includes two separate entities to maximize our impact: the Washington Progress Alliance, a 501(c)4 advocacy organization and the Washington Progress Fund, a 501(c)3 charitable organization. Members usually make a contribution to both.
To get involved or learn more about membership, please contact our Interim Executive Director, Maggie Thompson: email@example.com | 206.324.2741
We host many events for our members throughout the year and also connect members with events hosted by partners in the community. Please contact us for additional details and to learn more.
Careers and Internships
We are currently hiring for a Political Director. This position is for a systems thinker and effective problem solver with a passion for progressive social change. The Political Director ensures Progress Alliance has an equitable, efficient, and effective political engagement plan, the right tools and collaborations to create lasting change, and programs that are politically savvy and community-aligned. This is a full-time position based in Seattle with competitive salary and benefits. Deadline to apply is January 8, 2020.