State Voices Florida (SVFL) helps grassroots organizations build year-round, long-term community involvement through civic engagement. SVFL has employed the principles of collective impact to help partner organizations build their capacity through data analysis, shared resources, and amplifying the voices of BIPOC communities.
Our collective work drives integrated civic engagement through three distinct programs: Civic Engagement, Civic Access, and Civic Representation. SVFL provides training programs for organizers and hosts a robust fellowship program that works on building a bench of organizers ready to do the work needed throughout Florida’s diverse and marginalized communities.
It’s our collective duty to end the systemic, relentless disenfranchisement targeting communities of Black, Latinx, API, Indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOC), women, low-income Floridians, and young Floridians. The work we do is guided by a simple mission: to use data and technology, people-powered campaigns, and coalitions to collectively build a multiracial democracy that allows every Floridian to thrive and live in their full dignity. We do this to eradicate white supremacy and oppressive systems, and to create equitable systems and a
true democracy in their place.
SVFL sustains this work through the collective action of its 100+ partner organizations. Working together, SVFL provides the data, communications tools, and support partners’ needs to help create a healthy and thriving democracy. This year-round work is essential to creating a more accessible, inclusive, and representative democracy through organizational support and voter education.