Founded in 2012, the All Hands on Deck Network is a left-leaning 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization that distributes small grants to other left-leaning activist groups and PACs, and offers training to groups of left-leaning organizers across the country. The organization is also sometimes referred to as the Movement Voter Project. 
The All Hands on Deck Network has made small grants to dozens of small and large left-leaning activism groups since its founding. Some of the organization’s notable grants during 2019 include $230,000 to Tides Advocacy, $100,000 to Living United for Change In Arizona (LUCHA), $124,000 to Citizen Action of Wisconsin, $125,000 to the Black Voters Matter Fund, and $220,000 to One Pennsylvania. 
The organization is led by executive director William “Billy” Wimsatt, a left-leaning political organizing expert who has helped to co-found numerous left-leaning organizing and voter mobilization groups. 
From 2012 to 2017, the All Hands on Deck Network received yearly revenues of less than $1 million dollars, but in 2018 the organization increased dramatically in size, earning a revenue of about $8.5 million.  In 2019, the organization’s revenue was over $9.7 million.  Almost all revenue comes from grants from large left-leaning nonprofits.