As Organizing For Action (OFA) meets in Washington, D.C. Monday night, the non-profit tied to President Obama is gearing up for a major advocacy push in August aimed at marshaling support for both the president's health-care law and immigration reform initiative.

The five-month-old successor of President Obama's re-election campaign, OFA has raised over $13.1 million from more than 137,000 donors to advocate for issues on Obama's progressive agenda. The group works on gun violence, climate change and women's health issues, in addition to health care and immigration.