Make It Work Action (MIWA) is a left-of-center advocacy and media campaign created by the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a left-of-center funding and fiscal sponsorship organization. Make It Work Campaign is MIWA’s education arm and a project of the left-of-center New Venture Fund. The Sixteen Thirty Fund and the New Venture Fund are both financed by Arabella Advisors, a liberal philanthropic consulting firm.
MIWA promotes a left-of-center economic agenda that focuses primarily on women.  The organization has also been described as a women’s labor advocacy organization.  MIWA is engaged in get-out-the-vote efforts, candidate ratings, and left-leaning public policy advocacy. 
The Make It Work campaign launched in 2014 as a three-year effort to build support for left-of-center candidates in the 2016 election. The MIWA website still reflects initiatives leading up 2016 election as of the fall of 2020. 
MIWA claims that candidates can only win by supporting “working people and families” through left-of-center policy proposals.  MIWA focuses specifically on economic initiatives.  As part of its campaign, MIWA sponsors town hall events, creates social media campaigns, and participates in door-to-door canvassing. 
MIWA focuses on economic issues that impact women.  MIWA advocates for increased government regulation of the economy to close the purported pay gap between men and women, mandate increased paid sick leave, and subsidize the cost of day care.  MIWA also advocates for a $15 minimum wage.