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BFA Members

Business for America brings civic-minded companies together to promote government that works for all Americans by boosting civic engagement, ensuring election integrity, and bridging partisan divides.

When we first launched Business for America, people were often confused as to why the business community cares about democracy. Some even thought the business community might prefer gridlock and political dysfunction.

The reality: the business community sees its interests aligned with the public interest in having a well-functioning representative democracy. Here’s why:

  • Employees & Stakeholders. Companies believe that every stakeholder — employees, customers, communities, suppliers, and shareholders — deserves a voice in our government. And they believe that they have a responsibility to protect it.
  • Corporate Purpose. Companies working to address major issues — climate, health, education, etc. — often find progress is blocked by dysfunctional politics and disengaged voters. Achieving corporate purpose requires engaged citizens and a responsive government.
  • The Economic Bottom Line. The Harvard Business School says that political dysfunction is the #1 issue hindering economic competitiveness. Our country’s economic business climate requires a reliable, accountable government that can solve problems.

When it comes to protecting our democracy, no two companies are the same — so we’ve asked our members to tell you about it in their own words. Please check out their stories linked below.

Member Companies

Arcweb Technologies
Arcweb Technologies
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Better World Club
Better World Club
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Doing Good Works
Doing Good Works
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Hannon Armstrong
Hannon Armstrong
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Hims & Hers
Hims & Hers
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Live Well Brands
Live Well Brands
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Seventh Generation
Seventh Generation
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Trillium Asset Management
Trillium Asset Management
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Warby Parker
Warby Parker
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Business Groups

Tides Corporate Social Impact
Tides Corporate Social Impact