GM4MD Accomplishments

2021 Year in Review (Cumulative Stats)

  • 200,000+ email subscribers

  • 40,200+ overall likes on TikTok

  • $30,000 funds raised

  • 18,200+ followers across our social media platforms

  • 18,000+ attendees (reached 386K + viewers) across 13 events

  • 8 letters signed on

  • 9 co-led campaigns

Campaigns

2021

  • Successfully executed 3 Global Advocacy Campaigns consisting of diverse activities

    • UN Campaign

      • UN Petition

      • Delivered letters to UN ambassadors

    • Earth Day Campaign

      • Boycott Chevron Protests (TikTok ad)

      • Earth Day Citizens’ Forum

      • Parachute Strike (8 posts by citizens in Myanmar on Instagram)

      • Earth Day Art Auction

      • Earth Day Campaign Podcast

      • Earth Day Campaign TikTok

    • Medical Advocacy Campaign

      • Social media posts by medical students and professionals

      • Global Petition

    • Spring Back Burma (in the works)

    • Y2 Fundraiser (in the works)

  • Uplifted partner campaigns

    • AJAR

    • Sister2Sisters

      • Red Lips Speak Truth to Power

    • Three Fingers Salute (Persecuted Poets)

    • Blood Money Campaign

    • Progressive Voice’s “No Progress, No Seat”

Events

2021

Letters Signed On

2021

Wellness and Fundraisers

2021

Social Media (as of 12/23/2021)

  • Facebook: 8,273

  • Instagram: 1,564

  • Twitter: 644

  • Tik Tok: 1,982

Other Activities

  • Social media series: Weekly Positive News

  • Created a medium page to engage with public readers online about what’s happening in Myanmar, and provide updates on GM4MD’s activities

    • 8 articles written by GM4MD Storycollecting Team

  • Created a global coalition within 3 months of initiating the organization

  • Created an interactive webpage honoring our fallen heroes

  • Youth Needs Assessment to ensure we stay in alignment with youth and grassroots work

  • Applying 501(c) status

  • Articles and Podcasts featuring GM4MD

  • Connected ICR with GMSR and Blood Money campaign, resulted in gaining 15,000 more signatures on petitions

  • Connected different advocacy organizations together within the U.S. to form the U.S. Advocacy Coalition for Myanmar (USACM)