Unite the Country Now (UCN) is the nonprofit offshoot of the left wing “super” political action committee (PAC) Unite the Country.  Allies of President Joe Biden launched UCN in 2021 to promote and advance the Biden administration’s legislative agenda. 
UCN’s advocacy campaigns target congressional Republicans and certain Democrats on legislative issues important to the Biden administration’s policy agenda. As a 501(c)(4) “dark money” organization, UCN has not committed to publicly release information on its donors.  
History and Leadership
In June 2021, Unite the Country Now was incorporated in Washington, D.C., by Democratic Party operatives Mark Doyle and Amanda Loveday. 
Amanda Loveday is the chief of staff of the left-wing super PAC associated with UCN, Unite the Country.  Previously Loveday was communications director for Congressman James Clyburn (D-SC)  and executive director of the South Carolina Democratic Party. 
Doyle chairs the board of Unite the Country. 
Activities and Funding
As of July 2021, UCN has not determined whether or not it will disclose the identity of its donors, which it is not required to do so as a 501(c)(4) “dark money” organization.  Markay, Lachlan. “Scoop: Biden allies launch new advocacy group.” Axios. June 29, 2021. Accessed July 9, 2021. https://www.axios.com/biden-allies-launch-advocacy-group-unite-country-now-7d78adde-afa0-4f87-a6ee-414dc0f9e019.html.