Action NC is a grassroots community organization that empowers low to moderate-income communities to take action and win victories on issues of concern to our communities. They achieve these goals by building community organizations that have the power to win changes - through community direct action, negotiation, legislation, and voter participation.
We helped ISS move to Drupal, from designing and developing a theme to make the transition seamless to providing training to make it effortless. We are also proud of our work on Art Pope Exposed, a special project of the Institute.
States United is a national organization that supports the efforts of state-level gun violence prevention groups, including NCGV. Richir Outreach has designed and developed websites, run campaigns, and provided training in Salsa for SUPGV and its affiliate states.
The Reinvestment Partners' mission is to promote and protect community wealth. We advocate for change in the lending practices of financial institutions to promote wealth building of underserved communities and to end predatory lending practices that strip wealth.
BlueNC is an independent website for politics in North Carolina. Feel free to participate!
We have worked with NCGV for a long time, doing everything from print design to fundraising campaigns to setting up a NationBuilder site. Check out our portfolio page to see some of the awesome flyers and postcards we designed to highlight NCGV's amazing programing and events.
Opening in April 2012, the Nature Research Center (NRC), the new 80,000 square-foot wing, will bring research scientists and their work into the public eye, help demystify what can be an intimidating field of study, better prepare science educators and students, and inspire a new generation of young scientists.
Richir Outreach worked with CSGV to create Meet the NRA, a website dedicated to exposing the members of the NRA Board and the extreme elements that make up that organization's power.
This project is building on the momentum for change by uniting people all over the world around four questions to explore a global vision for a new way forward. A Big Project uses art and music to share that vision with the world.