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The mission of Faith in Florida is to build a powerful multicultural nonpartisan network of congregation community organizations in Florida that will address systemic racial and economic issues that cause poverty for our families.  With multiple different religious denominations and faith traditions represented, Faith in Florida seeks to provide a prophetic, interfaith voice on civil rights restoration, immigration, and healthcare expansion. 

The mission of Faith in Florida is to build a powerful multicultural nonpartisan network of congregation community organizations in Florida that will address systemic racial and economic issues that cause poverty for our families.  With multiple different religious denominations and faith traditions represented, Faith in Florida seeks to provide a prophetic, interfaith voice on civil rights restoration, immigration, and healthcare expansion. 

The AMOS Project is a federation of congregations in Greater Cincinnati dedicated to building the Beloved Community, a community where all systems are conspiring for every child’s and every person’s success, not their failure. Love and Community are at the heart of the Beloved Community.  The Beloved Community is concerned about our elderly aging with dignity, peace and prosperity for all, and public safety on our terms.  The Beloved Community is one where everyone has one good job.  It is built on three core values: treating all people with dignity and humanity, being just stewards of our resources, and protecting and caring for the most vulnerable.

The AMOS Project is a federation of congregations in Greater Cincinnati dedicated to building the Beloved Community, a community where all systems are conspiring for every child’s and every person’s success, not their failure. Love and Community are at the heart of the Beloved Community.  The Beloved Community is concerned about our elderly aging with dignity, peace and prosperity for all, and public safety on our terms.  The Beloved Community is one where everyone has one good job.  It is built on three core values: treating all people with dignity and humanity, being just stewards of our resources, and protecting and caring for the most vulnerable.

PICO California is the state’s largest faith-based community organizing network. Established in 1994, PICO California brings together clergy and community leaders from throughout California to affect meaningful budget and policy change at the state level. Over the past 20 years, our organizing and policy advocacy has resulted in increased investments in education and healthcare, and in programs and services that are critical to decrease mass incarceration and gun violence, create opportunities for formerly incarcerated individuals, and positively impact the lives of low-income and working families. Together, we represent 480 congregations and 450,0000 families of diverse economic, racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds committed to advancing racial and economic justice in California.

PICO California is the state’s largest faith-based community organizing network. Established in 1994, PICO California brings together clergy and community leaders from throughout California to affect meaningful budget and policy change at the state level. Over the past 20 years, our organizing and policy advocacy has resulted in increased investments in education and healthcare, and in programs and services that are critical to decrease mass incarceration and gun violence, create opportunities for formerly incarcerated individuals, and positively impact the lives of low-income and working families. Together, we represent 480 congregations and 450,0000 families of diverse economic, racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds committed to advancing racial and economic justice in California.

POWER has come together to lift up a new prophetic voice and bear witness to the fact that these systems no longer work for too many families in too many Philadelphia neighborhoods. Systems that allow for 30% unemployment in some of our communities, particularly our communities of color; wherein nearly 50% of our children can’t read or perform math, or graduate on time, and that appear to continually be in crisis; systems that allow one of our brothers or sisters to be murdered nearly every day; systems that allow more than 100,000 city residents to go without health insurance, and that allow a tenth of our properties to lie vacant or abandoned or foreclosed – these are broken systems. 

POWER has come together to lift up a new prophetic voice and bear witness to the fact that these systems no longer work for too many families in too many Philadelphia neighborhoods. Systems that allow for 30% unemployment in some of our communities, particularly our communities of color; wherein nearly 50% of our children can’t read or perform math, or graduate on time, and that appear to continually be in crisis; systems that allow one of our brothers or sisters to be murdered nearly every day; systems that allow more than 100,000 city residents to go without health insurance, and that allow a tenth of our properties to lie vacant or abandoned or foreclosed – these are broken systems. 

OOC was formed around three basic ideas. First, that community, faith, labor and policy organizations must commit to a long-term permanent alliance, rather than coming together sporadically around the latest campaign, contract fight, or election. Second, that there is a need for innovation in the field of community organizing that addreses issues of scale, nimbleness, layered strategies, electoral capacity, and breadth of leadership development. And third, that we cannot build a progressive movement in this country without the Midwest. In order to be successful, it is imperative that we develop an economic and organizing agenda to address deindustrialization and the decades-long decline of urban cores in places like Ohio.  

OOC was formed around three basic ideas. First, that community, faith, labor and policy organizations must commit to a long-term permanent alliance, rather than coming together sporadically around the latest campaign, contract fight, or election. Second, that there is a need for innovation in the field of community organizing that addreses issues of scale, nimbleness, layered strategies, electoral capacity, and breadth of leadership development. And third, that we cannot build a progressive movement in this country without the Midwest. In order to be successful, it is imperative that we develop an economic and organizing agenda to address deindustrialization and the decades-long decline of urban cores in places like Ohio.
 

Founded in 2013, Faith in New York is a new and growing interfaith, multicultural federation of over 70 congregations representing over 80,000 families in Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and The Bronx. Faith in New York's mission is to develop grassroots leaders and equip congregations to move significant public policy change that supports our leaders’ vision of a more just New York with excellent public schools, violence-free neighborhoods, access to good jobs, adequate and affordable health care, decent housing for all, and a place where people of all backgrounds can fully participate in economic and civic life. Faith in New York operates in low income, working class communities that are 70% immigrant and over 85% people of color. Faith in New York is a member of the PICO National Network, the largest faith-based community organization in the country.

Founded in 2013, Faith in New York is a new and growing interfaith, multicultural federation of over 70 congregations representing over 80,000 families in Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and The Bronx. Faith in New York's mission is to develop grassroots leaders and equip congregations to move significant public policy change that supports our leaders’ vision of a more just New York with excellent public schools, violence-free neighborhoods, access to good jobs, adequate and affordable health care, decent housing for all, and a place where people of all backgrounds can fully participate in economic and civic life. Faith in New York operates in low income, working class communities that are 70% immigrant and over 85% people of color. Faith in New York is a member of the PICO National Network, the largest faith-based community organization in the country.