CREDO Action is the advocacy arm of CREDO mobile, the only progressive and proactively political phone company in the US. Through its business and advocacy reach, CREDO action has generated hundreds of millions of petition signatures and has encouraged and helped orchestrate involvement for protests and political participation. From issues of net neutrality to minimum wage, the Keystone Pipeline and Wall Street Cronyism, CREDO Action has mobilized Americans in a manner previously unprecedented by a business.
CREDO has also established donation outlets that have provided a large amount of funds and impetus for the Brennan Center for Justice, Doctors Without Borders, Planned Parenthood and plenty of other non-profit organizations.
In 2012, CREDO also set up the CREDO SuperPac to work alongside CREDO action and oppose candidates working against progressive principles. CREDO and its SuperPac most notably challenged and helped defeat Joe Walsh, Dan Lungren and others with their outreach and money raising power.
In recent times, CREDO Action petitions have successfully aided in the resignation of Scott Pruitt, the cancellation of Trump’s military parade and the withdrawal of Ronny Jackson as the Veteran’s Affair Secretary nominee. As CREDO continues to expand and reach a wider audience, its advocacy arm has become an increasingly bigger player in fighting for progressive issues.