Pagransen has compiled a list of organizations committed to voter registration, political activism and civic education. Compiled by Paige Ellis, Pagransen.


Santa Clara County residents cast their votes on Sept. 14, 2021. (Harika Maddala/ Pagransen)

Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment

Website: acceaction.org

Contact: [email protected],
(213) 863-4548

Director: Simone Newman

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] The Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) Action is a grassroots, member-led, statewide community organization working with more than 15,000 members across California. ACCE is dedicated to raising the voices of everyday Californians, neighborhood by neighborhood, to fight for the policies and programs we need to improve our communities and create a brighter future.


Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment Contra Costa

Website: acceaction.org/contra_costa

Contact: [email protected], (925) 348-9165

Contra Costa Representative and board co-chair: Virginia Ramirez

Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment Oakland

Website: acceaction.org/oakland

Contact: [email protected]


America Amplified

Website: AmericaAmplified.org

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: Alisa Barba

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] The America Amplified initiative will empower public media journalists with the skills and resources needed to put listening to their communities at the center of the reporting process. We seek to inspire public media news organizations to better reflect America, build trust and uphold principles of democracy.


American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California

Website: aclunc.org

Contact: (415) 621-2493

Executive Director: Abdi Soltani

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] The ACLU of Northern California is an enduring guardian of justice, fairness, equality, and freedom, working to protect and advance civil rights and civil liberties for all Californians. The ACLU of Northern California, founded in 1934, is an affiliate of the national ACLU, which was founded in 1920, to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United States.


Asian Americans Advancing Justice Asian Law Caucus

Website: advancingjustice-alc.org

Contact: (415) 896-1701

Executive Director: Aarti Kohli

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] We are committed to the pursuit of justice across society, with a specific focus on serving low-income, immigrant, and underserved Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. Our fights for justice and equity are deeply informed by and in solidarity with fights for liberation by and for Black, Indigenous, and Latinx communities.


Asian Pacific Environmental Network

Website: Apen4ej.org

Contact: [email protected]
(510) 834-8920

Executive Director: Christine Cordero, Vivian Yi Huang

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] All people have a right to a clean and healthy environment in which their communities can live, work, learn, play and thrive. Towards this vision, APEN brings together a collective voice to develop an alternative agenda for environmental, social and economic justice.

Through building an organized movement, we strive to bring fundamental changes to economic and social institutions that will prioritize public good over profits and promote the right of every person to a decent, safe, affordable quality of life, and the right to participate in decisions affecting our lives. APEN holds this vision of environmental justice for all people. Our work focuses on Asian immigrant and refugee communities.


Bay Area Equity Atlas

Website: BayAreaEquityAtlas.org

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: Jennifer Tran

How to engage:

Mission Statement: The Bay Area Equity Atlas tracks the state of equity across the region and equips community leaders with data to inform solutions that drive inclusive prosperity. Produced by the San Francisco Foundation, PolicyLink, and the USC Equity Research Institute, the Atlas features more than a dozen indicators that: track change over time, are comparable across geographies, and are disaggregated by race, income, and other demographics.


Bay Rising

Website: BayRising.org

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: Kimi Lee

How to engage:

Mission Statement: We are Bay Rising, a growing alliance of over 30 community-led organizations across the Bay Area. We are the only regional civic engagement organization that organizes working-class people and people of color as voters in the Bay Area year-round. We believe that our journey towards racial, economic, and environmental justice is a journey for political power.


Bay Rising Action

Website: BayRisingAction.org

Contact: Irene Rojas-Carroll, [email protected], (510) 439-6648

Executive Director: Kimi Lee, Executive Director

How to engage:

Mission Statement: Bay Rising Action is a grassroots political network that champions strong leaders representing our racial, economic, and environmental justice movements and builds the political power of working-class, immigrant, Black, Latinx, and Asian communities. We unite these communities to create a community-based political infrastructure capable of electing leaders who will achieve the bold solutions we need and stay accountable to us, not corporate lobbyists.

Voter swag at the Santa Clara Country Registrar of Voters Office in San Jose on Sept. 14, 2021. (Harika Maddala/ Pagransen)

Oakland Rising

Website: OaklandRising.org

Contact: [email protected] (510) 261-2600

Executive Director: Liz Suk

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [From website] Oakland Rising educates and mobilizes voters in the flatlands to speak up for and take charge of the issues impacting our lives. We are a multilingual, multiracial collaborative with deep roots in East and West Oakland’s neighborhoods, proving that everyday residents working together have the power to change the way our city is run. With longtime Oakland families and our newest neighbors working shoulder to shoulder, we are building on Oakland’s incredibly rich history to advance smart, community-first solutions for a thriving Town. We build and exercise progressive political power through mass-based electoral organizing and integrated strategies, including base-building and policy advocacy. We align and coordinate citywide and regional progressive forces through our collaborative model to build the power and profile of the social justice movement. We recruit, train, advance and support progressive leaders who lead in a collaborative, accountable and values-based way – that centers social justice.


Oakland Rising Action

Website: OaklandRisingAction.org

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: Liz Suk

Ways to engage:

Mission Statement: Established in 2010, Oakland Rising Action (ORA) forwards a vision of Oakland that realizes our shared dreams of health, happiness, safety, and opportunity for all. ORA engages in aggressive voter education and GOTV operations that encourage Oakland’s working-class, immigrant, and communities of color to think critically about voting for or against issues, policies and candidates based on our shared vision and values for an Oakland for all. Oakland Rising Action is a community-led political organization focused on supporting candidates and issues that drive a progressive agenda for Oakland’s working-class, immigrant and communities of color living in the flatlands of Oakland. Through a thorough process that includes a written questionnaire and panel and/or individual interviews, Oakland Rising Action endorses those candidates that most align with our values, vision, and emerging progressive strategy for Oakland. To ensure that alignment, our endorsement process engages activists, organizers and leaders of Oakland’s progressive left at all stages.


San Francisco Rising

Website: SFRising.org

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: Emily Lee, Celi Tamayo-Lee

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] We are San Francisco Rising, an alliance of base-building organizations rooted in San Francisco’s working-class communities and communities of color. Our multiracial electoral field campaigns amplify existing organizing in our communities and bring that power to the ballot box.


San Francisco Rising Action Fund

Website: SFRisingAction.org

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: Emily Lee

How to engage:

Mission Statement: San Francisco Rising Action Fund is a grassroots political fund fighting for the interests of working-class communities of color, over corporate greed. We are uniting Black, Latinx, Chinese and Filipino communities from across the city to create a community-based political infrastructure capable of electing leaders who will achieve the bold solutions we need and stay accountable to us, not corporate lobbyists. We have a long-term vision for the city and we are in it together, for the long run.


Silicon Valley Rising

Website: SiliconValleyRising.org

Contact: [email protected],(408) 809-2120

Spokesperson: Maria Noel Fernandez

How to engage:

Mission Statement: Silicon Valley Rising is a coordinated campaign driven by an unprecedented coalition of labor, faith leaders, community-based organizations and workers. We aspire to a new vision for Silicon Valley where all workers, their families and communities are valued. We have high expectations for this Valley and for our communities. Our campaign is about bringing everyone in this Valley together to solve the biggest challenges of our time.


Black Women Organized for Political Action

Website: bwopatileleads.org

Contact: [email protected], (510) 763-9523

President: Dezie Woods-Jones

Executive Director: LaNiece Jones

How to engage:

Mission Statement: Black Women Organized for Political Action’s (BWOPA) mission is to mobilize, encourage, uplift, support and educate Black women about the political and public policy process, encourage their involvement, and to affirm our commitment to solving the myriad of problems affecting the Black community. Our core issues focus on Health, Education, Criminal Justice Reform, Economic Security and Civic Engagement. Our worldwide aim is to increase the number of Black women in key federal, state, and local leadership positions.


Black Women Organized for Political Action Hayward/ South County

Website: haywardsouthcounty-bwopa.org

President: Rita Duncan

Black Women Organized for Political Action Oakland

Website: bwopatileleads.org/oakland_berkeley_chapter

Contact: AyAnna Moody@[email protected]President: AyAnna Moody


Black Women Organized for Political Action San Francisco

Website: bwopatileleads.org/san_francisco_chapter

President: Carol Belle-Thomas Moss

Black Women Organized for Political Action Richmond/ Contra Costa

Website: bwopatileleads.org/richmond_contra_costa_chapterPresident: Champagne Brown


California Calls

Website: cacalls.org

Contact: [email protected], (323) 735-9515

President: Anthony Thigpenn

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] California Calls is a growing alliance of 31 grassroots, community-based organizations spanning urban, rural and suburban counties across the state. We engage, educate and motivate new and infrequent voters among young people, from communities of color, and from poor and working class neighborhoods to make California’s electorate reflect our state’s diverse population.


California Environmental Voters

Website: envirovoters.org

Contact: (800) 755-3224

President & Chair: Fran Diamond

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] We believe transformational change is necessary. The climate crisis is here. By transforming our political system and electing environmental champions, we will create the opportunity to take the bold action needed to address the climate crisis.


Causa Justa: Just Cause

Website: cjjc.org

Contact: [email protected] (415) 487-9203, (510) 763-5877

President: NTanya Lee

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Causa Justa :: Just Cause builds grassroots power and leadership to create strong, equitable communities. Born through mergers between Black organizations and Latino organizations, we build bridges of solidarity between working class communities. Through rights-based services, policy campaigns, civic engagement, and direct action, we improve conditions in our neighborhoods in the San Francisco Bay Area, and contribute to building the larger multi-racial, multi-generational movement needed for fundamental change.


Chinese Progressive Association

Website: cpasf.org

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: Shaw San Liu

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Founded in 1972, the Chinese Progressive Association \’educates, organizes and empowers the low income and working class immigrant Chinese community in San Francisco to build collective power with other oppressed communities to demand better living and working conditions and justice for all people.


Coleman Advocates

Website: ColemanAdvocates.org

Contact: [email protected], (415) 239-0161

Executive Director: Chris Ballard

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Coleman Advocates believes that all children and families deserve access to high quality education, living wage jobs, family-supporting benefits, affordable housing, and a voice in the decisions that affect us. Since 1975, Coleman Advocates has pioneered programs and policies to expand opportunity for San Francisco’s children, youth and families. Many of these hard-won programs and policies have served as models adopted by communities all over the country.


Common Cause California

Website: CommonCause.org/california

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: Jonathan Mehta Stein

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] California Common Cause (CCC) leads and defines the democracy movement in California, promoting solutions already succeeding in some communities to shift power to the people. CCC uses a powerful combination of grassroots organizing, coalition-building, policy development, research, public education, legislative advocacy, and litigation to build governments at the state and local levels that are accountable to and reflective of California’s communities.


Commonwealth Club

Website: CommonWealthClub.org

Contact: [email protected], (415) 597-6705

President & CEO: DR. Gloria C. Duffy

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] The mission of The Commonwealth Club of California is to be the leading national forum open to all for the impartial discussion of public issues important to the membership, community and nation.


A Santa Clara county resident drops off his ballot in San Jose on Sept. 14, 2021. (Harika Maddala/ Pagransen)

Communities for a Better Environment

Website: cbecal.org

Contact: (510) 302-0430

President: Jason A. Douglas

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Founded in 1978, Communities for a Better Environment (CBE) is one of the preeminent environmental justice organizations in the nation. The mission of CBE is to build people’s power in California’s communities of color and low income communities to achieve environmental health and justice by preventing and reducing pollution and building green, healthy and sustainable communities and environments.


CURYJ

Website: curyj.org

Contact: [email protected], (501) 232-7230

Executive Director: George Galvis

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Since 2011, CURYJ has been building community and mobilizing young leaders in the movement to end youth criminalization and mass incarceration. As individuals who have lived through systemic violence and incarceration, we engage youth most impacted by the injustice, immigration, and foster care systems so that they can be the ones to close youth prisons and heal our communities. We teach ethnic studies, facilitate restorative justice circles, and share culturally rooted healing practices. We provide life coaching, professional development, political education, and hands-on experience working on policy and grassroots campaigns.


East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy

Website: WorkingEastBay.org

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: Kate O’Hara

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] EBASE convenes coalitions of community, labor, and faith organizations to fight for economic and racial justice. We collaborate on the Resistance through campaigns that advance Rights, Roof, and Refuge for all. Our work lifts up low-wage workers, people of color, immigrants, formerly incarcerated folks, and grassroots leaders. The best Resistance is a good offense: not only protecting our communities from attacks, but advancing policies that lay the foundation for the world we’d like to live in.


East Bay Asian Youth Center

Website: EBAYC.org

Contact: [email protected], (510) 533-1092

Managing Director: Rany Ath

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] We believe that if we partner with public and private institutions to provide young people with a continuum of high-quality support and opportunities and if we engage families to actively participate in the public arena to improve the quality of neighborhood life, then our young people will be safe, smart, and socially responsible. Thus, EBAYC builds strategic partnerships with schools, city and county governments, and community organizations, and establishes trusting relationships with families to provide seamless services to support youth. Our diverse menu of services include youth violence prevention, expanded learning, and civic and community engagement.


Faith in Action

Website: FaithInAction.org

Contact: [email protected], (866) 550-7426

Executive Director: Rev. Alvin Herring

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Faith in Action is a national community organizing network that gives people of faith the tools that they need to fight for justice and work towards a more equitable society.In our congregation-community model, congregations of all denominations and faiths serve as the institutional base for community organizations. Rather than bring people together simply based on common issues like housing or education, the faith-based or broad-based organizing model makes values and relationships the glue that holds organizations together.


Filipino Advocates 4 Justice

Website: Filipinos4Justice.org

Contact: (510) 465-9876

Executive Director: Geraldine Alcid

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] FAJ’s mission is to build a strong and empowered Filipino community by organizing constituents, developing leaders, providing services, and advocating for policies that promote social and economic justice and equity.


Indivisible

Website: Indivisible.org

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: Leah Greenberg, Ezra Levin

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Action by action, day by day, group by group, Indivisibles are remaking our democracy. Brought together by a practical guide to resist the Trump agenda, Indivisible is a movement of thousands of group leaders and more than a million members taking regular, iterative, and increasingly complex actions to resist the GOPs agenda, elect local champions, and fight for progressive policies.


Latino Community Foundation

Website: LatinoCF.org

Contact: [email protected], (415) 236-4020

CEO: Jacqueline Martinez Garcel

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] LCF exists to unleash the power of Latinos in California. We fulfill our mission by building a movement of civically engaged philanthropic leaders, investing in Latino-led organizations, and increasing political participation of Latinos in California.


Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights

Website: lawyerscommittee.org

Contact: (202) 662-8600

Executive Director: Damon Hewitt

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] The principal mission of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law is to secure equal justice for all through the rule of law, targeting in particular the inequities confronting African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities. The Lawyers’ Committee is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, formed in 1963 at the request of President John F. Kennedy to enlist the private bar’s leadership and resources in combating racial discrimination and the resulting inequality of opportunity – work that continues to be vital today.


Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights San Francisco

Website: lccrsf.org

Contact: [email protected], (415) 543-9444

Chair: Khari J. Tillery


League of Women Voters

Website: LWV.org

Contact: (202) 429-1965

President: Deborah Turner

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan, grassroots organization working to protect and expand voting rights and ensure everyone is represented in our democracy. We empower voters and defend democracy through advocacy, education, and litigation, at the local, state, and national levels.


League of Women Voters of Alameda

Website: lwvalameda.org

Contact: (510) 865-2439

President: Susan Hauser

League of Women Voters of Berkeley, Albany, Emeryville

Website: lwvbae.org

Contact: (510) 843-8824

President: Kandea Mosley

League of Women Voters of Diablo Valley

Website: my.lwv.org/california/diablo-valley

Contact: (925) 283-2235

President: Suzan Requa


League of Women Voters of Fremont/Newark/Union

Website: my.lwv.org/california/fremont-newark-union-city

Contact: (510) 794-5783

President: Angelina Reyes

League of Women Voters of Los Altos-Mt. View

Website: lwvlamv.org

Contact: (650) 429-8382

President: Susan Graham

League of Women Voters of North & Central San Mateo

Website: my.lwv.org/california/north-central-san-mateo-county

Contact: (650) 342-5853

President: Margaret Lukens


League of Women Voters of Oakland

Website: lwvoakland.org

Contact: (510) 834-7640

President: Viola Gonzales

League of Women Voters of Palo Alto

Website: lwvpaloalto.org

Contact: (650) 903-0600

President: Liz Kniss

League of Women Voters of Piedmont

Website: lwvpiedmont.org

Contact: (510) 575-9207

President: John McClain


League of Women Voters of San Francisco

Website: lwvsf.org

Contact: (415) 989-8683

President: Alison Goh

League of Women Voters of San Joaquin County

Website: my.lwv.org/california/san-joaquin-county

Contact: (209) 931-3699

President: Christeen Ferree

League of Women Voters of San Jose/Santa Clara

Website: lwvsjsc.org

Contact: (408) 271-7163

President: Carol Watts


League of Women Voters of South San Mateo

Website: my.lwv.org/california/south-san-mateo-county

Contact: (650) 325-5780

President: Shirley DesMarais, Tracy Clark

League of Women Voters of West Contra Costa County

Website: Facebook.com/LeagueOfWomenVotersOfWestContraCostaCounty

Contact: (510) 322-1910

President: Cheryl Collier


NAACP

Website: naacp.org

Contact: (410) 580-5777

President & CEO: Derrick Johnson

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Our mission is to achieve equity, political rights, and social inclusion by advancing policies and practices that expand human and civil rights, eliminate discrimination, and accelerate the well-being, education, and economic security of Black people and all persons of color.


NAACP Berkeley

Contact: (501) 845-7416

NAACP Berkeley Youth Council

Contact: (510) 435-3101

NAACP East Contra Costa County

Contact: (925) 439-5099


NAACP El Cerrito

Contact: (510) 526-2958, (510) 559-3517

NAACP Hayward

Contact: (510) 581-4111

NAACP Modesto

Contact: 209-896-9196


NAACP Oakland

Contact: (510) 465-4747

NAACP Richmond

Contact: (510) 236-1166

NAACP San Francisco

Contact: (415) 922-0650


NAACP San Jose

Contact: (408) 295-3394

NAACP San Mateo

Contact: (650) 558-1971

NAACP Vallejo

Contact: (707) 554-4993


Parent Voices Oakland

Website: PVOakland.org

Contact: [email protected], (510) 338-3049

Executive Director: Clarissa Doutherd

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Parent Voices Oakland (PVO), is a parent-led grassroots organization that advocates for affordable, accessible, quality child-care. PVO organizes and empowers families with the highest need to build effective campaigns toward economic and educational justice.


People Organizing to Demand Environmental and Economic Justice

Website: podersf.org

Contact: [email protected], (415) 431-4210

Executive Director: Antonio Diaz

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] PODER’s mission is to organize with Latino immigrant families and youth to put into practice people-powered solutions that are locally based, community led and environmentally just. We nurture everyday people’s leadership, regenerate culture, and build community power.


Power Pac

Website: PowerPac.org

Contact: [email protected], (415) 442-0940

President: Andrew Wong

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] PowerPAC believes every person should have economic dignity and security. We believe every family should have quality health care, education and housing. We envision a future for this state and this nation in which the electorate is energized and empowered, and reflective of America’s growing diversity.


Public Advocates

Website: PublicAdvocates.org

Contact: (415) 431-1048

President & CEO: Guillermo Mayer

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Public Advocates Inc. is a nonprofit law firm and advocacy organization that challenges the systemic causes of poverty and racial discrimination by strengthening community voices in public policy and achieving tangible legal victories advancing education, housing, transportation equity, and climate justice.


Roots Action

Website: RootsAction.org

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: NORMAN SOLOMON

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] RootsAction is dedicated to galvanizing people who are committed to economic fairness, equal rights for all, civil liberties, environmental protection — and defunding endless wars. We mobilize on these issues no matter whether Democrats or Republicans control Washington D.C.


San Francisco Peninsula People Power

Website: SFPPP.org

Contact: [email protected]

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] San Francisco Peninsula People Power (SFPPP), a non-partisan, grassroots civil rights organization, was organized as a result of a nationwide event by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in March 2017 to encourage volunteers to help build and strengthen local communities in affirming our American values of respect, equality, and solidarity. Our membership is located in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties.

Our two primary interests are in immigrant rights, and voting rights and outreach. We also have members working on civil rights issues like criminal justice reform, and law enforcement surveillance.


Tenants Together

Website: TenantsTogether.org

Contact: [email protected], (415) 495-8100

Executive Director: María Guadalupe Arreola

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Tenants Together is a statewide coalition of local tenant organizations dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of California tenants to safe, decent, and affordable housing. As California’s only statewide renters’ rights organization, Tenants Together works to improve the lives of California’s tenants through capacity-building, movement-building, and statewide advocacy. Tenants Together seeks to support and strengthen the statewide movement for renters’ rights.


Urban Habitat

Website: UrbanHabitat.Org

Contact: [email protected], (510) 839-9510

Executive Director: Ellen Wu [email protected]

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Urban Habitat works to democratize power and advance equitable policies to create a just and connected Bay Area for low-income communities of color. We confront structural inequities impacting historically disenfranchised communities. Through strategic partnerships, we support increasing the power and capacity in low-income communities of color.


Vote.org

Website: Vote.org

Contact: info@vote.org

CEO: Dale McGrew

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Vote.org uses technology to simplify political engagement, increase voter turnout, and strengthen American democracy. We work to ensure that the electorate matches the population.Through corporate and nonprofit partnerships, a large-scale community of grassroots donors, diverse coalition building, and influencer-driven outreach, Vote.org leverages innovative solutions that meet underserved voters where they engage and get their information, and has established its brand as the most trusted and accessible online resource for registering to vote and understanding how to cast your ballot.


Voting Rights Lab

Website: VotingRightsLab.org

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: Megan Lewis

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] The Voting Rights Lab is a nonpartisan organization accelerating the movement for free and fair elections through expert analysis, research, and innovations. We track election-related legislation and current law in all 50 states and D.C. in our State Voting Rights Tracker.


We Vote Education Fund

Website: wevoteeducation.org

Contact: [email protected]

Executive Director: Alicia Kolar Prevost, PhD

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] We Vote Education Fund is a nonprofit dedicated to educating citizens and bringing social collaboration to the process of voting. We are volunteer designers, engineers, thought leaders, political junkies, and good citizens. We partner with We Vote USA.


Working Partnerships USA

Website: wpusa.org

Contact: (408) 809-2120

Executive Director: Derecka Mehrens

How to engage:

Mission Statement: [from website] Working Partnerships USA is a community organization bringing together the power of grassroots organizing and public policy innovation to drive the movement for a just economy. Based in Silicon Valley, we tackle the root causes of inequality and poverty by leading collaborative campaigns for quality jobs, healthy communities, equitable growth and vibrant democracy. We build the capacity of workers, low-income neighborhoods and communities of color to lead and govern.