DoSomething.org used the Mobile Commons platform to design an interactive SMS game based off a popular game called “Would You Rather”?
Food & Water Watch
The Food & Water Watch used Mobile Commons to drive a pressure surge of phone calls and voicemails to the White House about fracking.
Tumblr set up a mobile web form using Mobile Commons to drive almost 100,000 calls to Congress to protest PIPA and SOPA.
The New York State LGBT Health & Human Services Network
The Network launched a text message program to provide people the information they needed.
The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy grew their list of mobile numbers by about 25,000 in a single month with Mobile Commons.
Over 2,500 supporters responded to a Sierra Club mobile call to action about important rallies happening the next day in their communities.
No Kid Hungry
No Kid Hungry found that promoting their text message service over multiple channels increased usage of the free summer meals locator by 800%.
New York City Human Resources Administration
The New York City Human Resources Administration uses text messaging to reach over 32,000 low-income residents about job opportunities and resources.
New York City Department of Health
The New York City Department of Health uses text messaging to help people quit smoking. Twice as many heavy smokers quit with text message support.