Customer Success Stories

DoSomething.org

DoSomething.org used the Mobile Commons platform to design an interactive SMS game based off a popular game called “Would You Rather”?

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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.

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Tumblr

Tumblr set up a mobile web form using Mobile Commons to drive almost 100,000 calls to Congress to protest PIPA and SOPA.

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The New York State LGBT Health & Human Services Network

The Network launched a text message program to provide people the information they needed.

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The Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy grew their list of mobile numbers by about 25,000 in a single month with Mobile Commons.

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Sierra Club

Over 2,500 supporters responded to a Sierra Club mobile call to action about important rallies happening the next day in their communities.

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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%.

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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.

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National Cancer Institute

The National Cancer Institute’s SmokefreeTXT program doubled the smoking quit rate among teens when they received text message support.

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