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Equality on Trial

Richir Outreach teamed up with one of California's leaders in equality activism, Courage Campaign, to launch a news site that has since come to be known as one of the most reliable and up-to-date sources on breaking news in marriage equality. Equality on Trial serves as a blog home to talented marriage equality writers Jacob Combs and Scottie Thomaston.

Courage Campaign

We manage Courage Campaign's ActionKit database, and provide on call web update services. ActionKit is a powerful CRM that is at its best when you have a dedicated support team that can help you effectively use your data to better target action alerts and fundraising appeals.

Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA)

SUWA is made up of concerned citizens from Utah and throughout the nation who share the common goal of preserving Utah’s remaining desert wild lands, known collectively as America’s redrock wilderness.

Richir Outreach used the CMS Convio to add interactive functionality to’s existing WordPress site, creating a seamless user experience as the site visitors navigate from page to survey, to donation form.

RO also used Convio to integrate the organization’s Facebook page to its web site to convert “likes” into page visit making members and donations more likely.


NYAGV needed an updated website and a better way to organize their content online. We customized a new theme to incorporate updates, social media, and action pieces and to give them a visually-pleasing online hub.

Courage Campaign: Equality on Trial

Richir Outreach worked diligently to redesign the website for Equality on Trial (formerly Prop 8 Trial Tracker). Equality on Trial is a project of the Courage Campaign Institute, which is a part of the Courage Campaign’s online organizing network of more than 750,000 supporters in California and across the country. Richir Outreach has provided Equality on Trial with consistent assistance with our expertise in Action Kit.

Brave New Films: Who Are the 1%

Richir Outreach built a web application with WordPress, ActionKit, PollDaddy, and JavaScript. Brave New Foundation wanted to ensure that visitors voted upon as many of the corporate ne'er-do-wells as possible, and that the site encouraged users to sign up without requiring that they do. The project was completed in under two weeks.