From Freedom Summer 1964 to present day, the legacy of empowering young voters lives on.


We develop leaders who take action against injustice, whether close to home or across the nation.


Our Ambassadors set their campus community on the path toward civic engagement and greater political power.

We Make Civic Life as Powerful as Greek Life on Campus

What if every student registered to vote as they arrived on their college campus? Young people aged 18-29 are one of the most under-represented voter groups in the US — yet their values have the power to transform our nation.

The Andrew Goodman Foundation works to make young voices and votes a powerful force in democracy. We partner with colleges and universities to cultivate civic leaders, remove voting barriers, and mobilize voters to take action on issues that will affect their future. Join us as we inspire more young people to pursue social change work, activate the important lessons of the past, and sustain today’s effective social action.

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News and Updates

At UNC Charlotte, our partnership with The AGF has been a game-changer for civic engagement on our campus. The Ambassadors are energetic leaders dedicated to voter education. They are doing a wonderful job.

Campus Champion Tamara Johnson, Ph.D. Research Associate, Office of the Provost

The AGF has spurred much of the work that we're doing at Western Carolina University. We focus on engaging students in a non-partisan manner, not only when it comes to registering and voting, but in all walks of life.

Campus Champion Lane Perry, Ph.D. Director, Center for Service Learning

The partnership with AGF is critical to Bard student’s civic engagement. Voter registration, get out the vote efforts, examination of issues and coursework have been influenced by the partnership which has helped students develop their own political voice.

Campus Champion Erin Cannan Vice President, Student Affairs and Deputy Director, Center for Civic Engagement