Several organizations have seen a spike in donations and support in the week since the election, both nationally and in Maryland.
Those groups include Planned Parenthood, the American Civil Liberties Union and the National Rifle Association.
On one hand, some organization leaders said the support has been out of concern about what a Donald Trump administration could bring. Others attribute it to a kind of celebration for the incoming administration.
The surge in online volunteer applications started within 24 hours of the election at Planned Parenthood of Maryland, according to president and CEO Karen J. Nelson.
Usually it's eight in a week. In those first 24 hours, Nelson said they got 64.