MPower Change Action Fund is a 501(c)(4) project of NEO Philanthropy Action Fund. It is the sister affiliate of the 501(c)(3) organization MPower Change, an left-of-center advocacy group focusing on issues related to American Muslims.
MPower Change Action Fund was founded in January 2016 in New York. Linda Sarsour, Mark Crain, Dustin Craun are the founders of the organization. MPower uses digital advocacy to recruit members of the Muslim community to engage in reformation of issues such as surveillance, immigration, healthcare, and civic engagement.
MPower Change Action Fund is a project of the fiscal sponsorship group NEO Philanthropy Action Fund, and as such is not an IRS-recognized nonprofit. Donations given to MPower Change Action Fund go to NEO Philanthropy Action Fund, its fiscal sponsor.
MPower Action Fund was a recipient to $50,000 from Groundswell Fund in 2017 through Groundswell’s Liberation Fund project.  In 2018, It is funded mainly through its sister organization MPower Change through NEO Philanthropy Action Fund. Several fundraising groups contribute to MPower Change’s works, such as ActBlue Charities, Crowdrise, and Proteus Fund. For Our Future Action Fund, a project under ActBlue Civics partnered with MPower Action Fund to assist in the launch of the “Calling all Muslims” campaign during the 2016 presidential election, a phone bank operation calling for Muslims to vote. 
MPower Change conducts public gatherings in advocacy and protests in several cities to support or protest any legislation or government action that influences the Muslim community.
During the 2016 presidential election, MPower set up the #MyMuslimVote campaign that consisted of a phone bank to spread voter registration for the Muslim community. 
MPower teamed up with Free Press, a pro-net neutrality advocacy organization to oppose the Sinclair Broadcast Group and Tribune Media merger.  MPower’s signature was included in a petition at a protest at the Federal Communications Commission. 
A rally was held in July of 2018 at Microsoft CEO with several left-wing advocacy groups to protest the contract agreement that Microsoft had with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Alongside MPower Change were petitions given by Color of Change, Mijente, Free Press Action Fund, Daily Kos, Presente.org, CREDO Action, Jobs with Justice, and The Nation . 
MPower Change has voiced opposition to President Donald Trump’s Executive Order 13769 that set up a barred entry to the U.S. of nationals of several Muslim-majority countries. Activists gathered at the Federal Building in San Francisco to protest the measure.  The group also protested after the U.S. Supreme Court heard the case Trump v. Hawaii.