The National Collaborative for Women's History Sites has organized a group of state coordinators who will each submit information about the places where suffragists in each state worked in achieving national suffrage for women with the 19th Amendment. Their initial goal was to connect 1,000 sites by January 1, 2017. Marsha Weinstein of Louisville KY is the volunteer organizer, connecting individuals to their state coordinators.
In 1999, Marsha Weinstein of Louisville KY started the Elizabeth Cadey Stanton Trust, a non-profit organization. A descendent of Elizabeth Cady Stanton herself and while Director of the Kentucky Commission on Women, Mrs. Weinstein had worked with Chick and Ceil Harris of St. Louis to create a suffrage exhibit at the Kentucky State Fair in the summer of 1995.
The Women’s Vote Centennial Initiative (WVCI) is a part of the National Woman's Party at Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument in Washington D.C. This initiative is led by Dr. Jill Zahniser and works to share information as well as to encourage activities to celebrate the centennial for the 19th Amendment in the years leading up to 2020.