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Awards

Mi Familia Vota is a national civic engagement organization that unites Latino, immigrant, and allied communities to promote social and economic justice through citizenship workshops, voter registration, and voter participation. Years of dedication to our community has resulted in community trust, and recently, recognition for efforts as MFV’s work has expanded and refined.

For years, Mi Familia Vota has been relentless in its goal to build Latino political power in our communities leading to its first national award: a ‘Medallion’ from the National Association of Secretaries of State.

As civic engagement efforts flourished, MFV reached a landmark 250,000 voter registrations in 2018. For the first time in MFV history, the field work was accompanied by communications campaigns to support the field.

The integration of digital outreach led to four Reed Awards presented by Campaigns & Elections, including for Non-profit Grassroots Organization of the Year.

4 Reed Awards: 

Best Lit Piece – Democratic
Mi Familia Vota
Solidarity Strategies

Best Web Video For Independent Expenditure – Independent/Other
Protect Madre Tierra – Mobilizing Latino Millennial Voters to #ActOnClimate
Benitez Strategies/Cultura Colectiva/Mi Familia Vota/EDF

Non-Profit Grassroots Organization of the Year
Mi Familia Vota

Best Spanish Language Direct Mail Piece
Mi Familia Vota NV
Solidarity Strategies

MFV’s “USA TU Poder” campaign – a bilingual digital voter campaign designed to galvanize Latinos to own their Americanness and to partake in the electoral process – also received a Pollie Award presented by the American Association of Political Consultants.

2018 Nominations

The “Trumpadas” TV ad, which featured a dramatization of President Trump’s assault on the Latino community with a message that our votes and civic participation can stop the attacks, was nominated for a Napolitan Victory Awards sponsored by Washington Academy of Political Arts and Sciences.

In addition, MFV was nominated for three  Reed Awards for the “Trumpadas” TV ad.