Anyone can start a campaign with 38 Degrees, whether an individual or an organisation. We have a dedicated office team who can offer you advice, and if your campaign takes off, you’ll have the opportunity to access a wide range of tools to help you run - and win - your campaign.
If you have an idea for a campaign, click here to start:
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For larger organisations looking to set up a campaign with 38 Degrees, you could consider a partnership with us. From tackling plastic pollution with Surfers Against Sewage and City to Sea, to stopping data being shared between the NHS and the Home Office with Doctors of the World, partnership campaigns with 38 Degrees can help you make the change you want to see in the world.
As always, our millions of members across the UK help decide which campaigns we work on and we’re guided by our values when selecting new campaigns. So if our membership loves the campaign and it fits our values, we’ll work hard to win.
If you are an organisation and would like more information about working in partnership with 38 Degrees please contact Holly Maltby at 38 Degrees at email@example.com.
Here’s what others have said about working with 38 Degrees:
|Doctors of the World
“The success of our #StopSharing campaign in May, in which the Home Office confirmed they would no longer access and use NHS patients’ personal information to track down undocumented migrants, hugely benefited from our partnership with 38 Degrees. We are a very small team at Doctors of the World UK and having 38 Degrees there ready to advise us, share our petition (which reached over 70,000 signatures) and help raise funds so that we could stage a stunt outside the Home Office, was invaluable.”
|Surfers Against Sewage
“It was a pleasure working with the 38 Degrees team to drive our petition calling for a deposit return system on plastic bottles. Together we created one of the biggest plastic pollution petitions of 2018, bringing together diverse citizens wanting to stop the tide of plastic washing over our beaches, countryside and city streets. We worked together on actions from the beach front to the front door of 10 Downing Street, creating an exciting, compelling and ultimately vital campaign to tackle one of the main plastic pollution offenders: plastic bottles.”