After winning a special election to a Honolulu City Council seat in 2009, Ikaika Anderson partnered with Crossroads to design his campaign's website and provide other online services. In 2012, he was elected to a full term on the council with 74 percent of the vote.
The National Immigration Forum used Crossroads to revamp its online presence and toolset. Crossroads worked to assemble a suite of online organizing tools to advance the Forum's message and help further the group's leadership on immigration policy reform. This process resulted in a friendly, informative website with many touch points for individual action and in-depth resources for decision makers and grassroots individuals that has received praise throughout the immigration reform movement.
Crossroads helped the New Democrat Coalition PAC redevelop its website to make it more attractive and inviting to interested information seekers and contributors. Integrating an NGP front end into the website that connects with existing NGP accounting tools simplified the reporting and compliance responsibilities for the PAC.
Crossroads helped Mi Familia Vota redevelop its online tools to better help immigrants become citizens, register to vote, and find information and tools about key issues that affect their communities. The project included a detailed analysis of the audiences to be served and how to best reach them, fact-finding covering the needs and wants of a dispersed set of stakeholders in the organization, and a comprehensive investigation of tools to fill the group’s needs.
A tool to shock young voters into voting by mail, Vote Naked® has successfully helped thousands of voters cast ballots by mail. In areas with Vote Naked® campaigns, turnout has increased as college students can vote on their schedule, not on election officials'. Vote Naked® technology and data are available for licensing for your campaign anywhere in the country.
Crossroads helped Delaware Boots on the Ground, a non-profit organization that assists and encourages military members and families during deployment and peacetime by matching services to needs, rebuild its website. The new website better serves the organization's constituents by making assistance and event information more accessible, making its mission more clear, and improving the donation and sponsorship interface.