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Religious Environmental Organizations

These Earth-care organizations work with individuals and faith-based institutions across denominational and/or religious lines.

A Rocha USA
P.O. Box 6761
Annapolis, MD 21401
(410) 897-9331

Description:
"A Rocha is in the business of reconciliation - between people and God; people and the natural world; and people with each other."

Main Programs:
Volunteer programs along with "...the conservation of habitats and species world-wide through environmental education, conservation activities and scientific research."

Alternatives for Simple Living
0038 Deer Path Road
PO Box 3804
Dillon, CO 80435-3804
(712) 274-8875 or
(800) 821-6153

Description:
An organization that “equips people of faith to challenge consumerism, live justly and celebrate responsibly.” The focus is on encouraging celebrations that reflect conscientious ways of living.

Main Programs:
Catalog of resources, specifically for Lent and Advent/Christmas. Educational resources for voluntary simplicity. “Slow-down” network of speakers and workshop leaders. Semi-annual newsletter.

Association for Religion and Ecology
Nashville, TN
(615)944-9225

Description:
"The Association for Religion, Ecology, and Society links individuals, households, churches, faith groups, organizations, or any other religious entity together through a network of eco-practice, awareness, and advocacy."

Main Programs:
Resources on practicing a more green lifestyle, networking with others who have become conscious of our environmental impact.

Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies
Au Sable Institute
3770 Lake Drive SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
(616) 526-9952 Phone

Description:
An ecumenical Christian environmental stewardship institute whose mission is to bring healing and wholeness to the biosphere and the whole of Creation.

Main Programs:
Provides courses for college students, environmental education for school children and adults, retreats and conferences, and educational outreach services for churches and the wider world community.

Blessed Earth

Description:
An educational nonprofit that inspires and equips faith communities to become better stewards of the earth. Through outreach to churches, campuses and media we build bridges that promote measurable environmental change and meaningful spiritual growth.

Main Programs:
Earth stewardship books, films, educational forums, workshops, classes, retreats, sermons, and live-event addresses.  Bridge-building venues between faith-based groups and conservationists.  Media-based information dissemination through print, radio, TV, webcast and film.  An informational hub for creation care news, tools and links.  Curricula and supporting educational materials.  School-, college- and university-based forums for educating and engaging young audiences on earth stewardship issues.  Measurement tools for individuals and groups to assess their energy and resource “footprints” and to document changes in behavior.

Canfei Nesharim
111 Eighth Avenue, 11th Floor
New York, New York 10011
(212) 284-6745

Description:
"Canfei Nesharim ("the wings of eagles") is an organization of Orthodox Jews who are dedicated to educating the Orthodox community about the importance of protecting the environment from the perspective of Jewish tradition and Halacha."

Main Programs:
"...providing support to lay leaders to engage their whole communities, shifting the mindset of the community members and creating actions and awareness that appeal to the entire congregation. We plan to create Torah-based resources for day schools, bringing these teachings into the lessons of our young people and having them bring the work home."

Catholic Conservation Center
24 Faye Street
Wading River, New York 11792

Description:
“Our mission is to inspire and inform people about ecology, environmental justice, and the stewardship of creation in light of Scripture and Roman Catholic Tradition.”

Main Programs:
A web-based collection of resources and ideas for action.

The Christian Environmental Project
P.O. Box 80092
Portland, OR 97280

Description:
“…an independent ‘think tank’ ministry [Christian, Ecumenical] that promotes clean air, clean water and pure food for all people and reverent use of God’s creation.”

Main Programs:
Free, biannual newsletter: It’s Not Easy Being Green.

Center for a New American Dream
6930 Carroll Avenue, Suite 900
Takoma Park, MD 20912
(301) 891-3683

Description:
Secular organization that helps congregations change the way they consume (as individuals and institutions) in order to protect the environment, promote social justice, and enhance quality of life.

Main Programs:
“Turn the Tide,” a program of nine actions that help individuals change personal consumption patterns; “Step by Step,” a monthly email action bulletin; “Simplify the Holidays..."

Churches' Center for Land and People
Mr. Tony Ends
c/o St. Benedict's Center
4200 County Highway M
Middleton, WI 53562
(608) 831-9319

Description:
"Churches' Center for Land and People is an ecumenical organization that brings together churches, groups, and individuals to strengthen rural life and ministry in Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois. They serve as a voice for rural perspectives and concerns in our churches and society."

Main Programs:
Quarterly newsletter, three environmental study guides from the rural perspective with spiritual/ethical dimensions, volunteer opportunities, information on rural issues.

Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life
116 East 27th Street, 10th Floor
New York, NY 10016
(212) 532-7436

Description:
“A Jewish organization that promotes environmental education, scholarship, advocacy, and action in the American Jewish community. It is sponsored by a broad coalition of national Jewish organizations and has organized regional affiliates in communities across North America."

Main Programs:
Publishes a newsletter three times a year, direct advocacy and education work. Local affiliates engage members in hands-on activities, celebrations, and opportunities for learning.

Congregations Caring for Creation
Minneapolis, Minnesota
(612)331-1099

Description:
"Minnesota-based organization that seeks to promote the active care of creation as integral to spiritual life and social justice. They work with clergy and lay persons from Catholic, Protestant  and Jewish congregations and leaders from environmental groups to design ways in which local congregations can work with their local communities to achieve tangible improvements in ecological health and sustainability of their bioregions."

Main Programs:
Greening materials for communities of faith, Creation Care Action Ideas, tradition specific resources, creation care news posts and event listings.

Earth Ministry
6512 23rd Ave NW
Seattle, WA  98117

Description:
An ecumenical, Christian nonprofit that helps individuals and congregations connect their faith with care for the Earth.

Main Programs:
Publishes Earth Letter mini-journal, and curricula: Simpler Living, Compassionate Life and Food, Faith & Sustainability, and Money& Faith. They have created many resources for congregations including Greening Congregation Handbook and the four part worship resource Caring for All Creation. Earth Ministry offers many local offerings in the pacific northwest: lectures and educational events, gatherings, speakers network, advocacy opportunities, and a resource library.

Earth and Spirit Council of Oregon
P.O. Box 25183
Portland , OR 97298
(503) 452-4483

Description:
This is an "...educational organization dedicated to deepening the connection with the natural world and promoting sustainable living."

Main Programs:
The Earth and Spirit Council "...designs and produces large-scale community projects, classes and workshops, conferences, and ceremonies."

Eco-Justice Collaborative
4750 N. Sheridan Road, Suite #429
Chicago, IL 60640
(773) 860-8500

Description:
"Eco-Justice Collaborative works to raise public awareness around the consequences of public policy and personal lifestyle choices."

Main Programs:
Easy-to-use information about environmental issues, ideas and resources for taking action, events and education updates

Eco-justice Ministries
400 S Williams St.
Denver, CO 80209
(303) 715-3873

Description:
An ecumenical Christian organization that helps to bring “an Eco-justice theological perspective into the life and ministry of churches.”

Main Programs:
Congregational resources in the following dimensions: worship, education, pastoral care, administration, outreach, fellowship, and community.

Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon
0245 SW Bancroft Street, Suite B
Portland, OR 97239
(503) 221-1054

Description:
Connects, informs, and empowers “people, congregations and religious institutions to work for justice and the care and renewal of the earth. [Their] aim is to foster an awareness that care for creation is integral to a life of faith.”

Main Programs:
Top priorities/task groups: food sustainability and security, environmental justice, Metro livability, energy and global warming, salmon recovery, and watershed protection. Printed educational resources, workshops, conferences, and direct advocacy. Direct congregational assistance.

Environmental Partnerships, Inc.
1 Taft Drive Winchester, MA 01890
(781) 729-4021

Description:
"The mission of Environmental Partnerships, Inc. is to assist faith communities and environmental groups to be effective partners working for environmental justice and stewardship."

Main Programs:
"Educational material, speakers, access to training, partnerships, joint program development and fundraising."

Episcopal Ecological Network
4451 Lakeside Drive
Eveleth, MN 55734

Description:
“…a national network of concerned Episcopalians which was formed shortly before the 1991 General Convention, and was instrumental in supporting the resolutions adopted at that convention which authorized the creation of the national Environmental Stewardship Team.”

Main Programs:
Connects Episcopalians throughout the country with others in their diocese working to care for Creation.

Evangelical Environment Network
4485 Tench Rd., Suite 850
Suwanee, GA 30024
(678) 541-0747

Description:
Initiated by World Vision and Evangelicals for Social Action as part of a growing movement among Christians to respond faithfully to the biblical mandate for caring stewardship of God's creation. EEN recognizes many environmental problems are fundamentally spiritual problem.

Main Programs:
Publishes Creation Care magazine, engages directly in advocacy, and produces curricula and other resources for pastors and laity.

Faith in Place
2532 W. Warren Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60612
(312) 733-4640

Description:
“Faith in Place gives religious people tools to become better stewards of Creation.”

Main Programs:
“Working with over 120 congregations from Chicago and suburbs on energy conservation, renewable energy, congregational support for sustainable farming, habitat preservation and green space activities, and urban agriculture program for youth.”

The Forum on Religion and Ecology
Yale Divinity School
Bellamy Hall, 638
354 Canner Street
New Haven, CT 06511
(203) 432-9947

Description:
"The Forum on Religion and Ecology brings the field of religious studies together with academic and activist discourse on the environment by highlighting the important roles that religious traditions play in constructing moral frameworks and orientating narratives regarding human interactions with the environment."

Main Programs:
Publishes book projects and a peer-reviewed journal, continually updated website with new curricular resources, teaching materials, and bibliographies of religion/ecological topics, provides information on upcoming events, workshops, and conferences.

Faiths United for Sustainable Energy (FUSE)
4144 Chase Ave
Miami Beach FL 33140
1-877-775-FUSE (3873)

Description:
"Educates and mobilizes faith communities to act on the increasingly harmful effects of our country's dependence on fossil fuels."

Main Program:
Video and audio resources, conservation tips and resources, advocacy tips and resources.

GreenFaith
46 Bayard St., #401
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Phone: 732-565-7740

Description:
"GreenFaith inspires, educates and mobilizes people of diverse spiritual backgrounds to rediscover their relationship with the sacred in nature and to restore the earth for future generations." 

Main Programs:
Spiritual growth through a relationship with the Earth, raising awareness for environmental justice through advocacy and resources, helping religious institutions adopt sustainable habits, and teaching clergy and lay leaders how to take their religious environmentalism to the next level.

Hazon
829 Third Avenue, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10022
(212) 644-2332

Description:
The word hazon is Hebrew for "vision." Their vision is of a renewed Jewish community: one that is rooted in Jewish tradition, engaged with the world around us, radically inclusive, passionate and creative.

Main Programs: Hazon's mission is to create and support a range of programs, especially (though not exclusively) focused on Jewish outdoor and environmental education, in order to bring joy and meaning to people's lives and thus to foster new vision in the Jewish community and the world beyond.

Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center
1216 NE 65th Street
Seattle, WA 98115
(206) 223-1138

Description:
“…promotes just structures in the church and in the world, with a particular focus on the Pacific Northwest. IPJC is sponsored by eight religious communities and collaborates with Catholic, ecumenical, interfaith and other organizations in carrying out this mission.”

Main Programs:
Women’s Justice Circles, “Plunge and Immersion,” and Northwest Coalition for Responsible Investment. Publishes AMOS (A Matter of Spirit) newsletter quarterly, resource packets on (for example) sweatshops and simplicity, a guide for the Columbia River Bishops Pastoral, and other resources.

Interfaith Power and Light
220 Montgomery Street, Suite 450
San Francisco, CA 94104
415-561-4891

Description:
"The mission of The Regeneration Project is to deepen the connection between ecology and faith. The Interfaith Power and Light campaign is mobilizing a religious response to global warming in congregations through the promotion of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and conservation."

Main Programs:
Education regarding global warming and practical help for congregations buying “green energy.”

Interfaith Coalition for the Environment
PO Box 555
Tustin, CA 92781
(714) 731-6775

Description:
"The Interfaith Coalition for the Environment was founded in order to help support and promote faith-based communities work in the area of Environmental Justice."

Main Programs:
Hosts creation care conference, links to other faith and environment organizations, calendar of events

The Interfaith Coalition on Energy
7217 Oak Avenue
Melrose Park, PA 19027
(215) 635-1122

Description:
“An interfaith organization that works specifically on energy efficiency in congregations.”

Main Programs:
“Workshops, consultations, and a wide variety of printed resources for energy efficiency in congregations.”

Interfaith Works
183 West Main Street
Kutztown, PA 19530
610-683-9455

Description:
"Interfaith Works is a non-profit organization that partners with religious organizations to do good works by integrating environmental stewardship with community outreach."

Main Programs:
Sanctuary Exchange program, an eight session curriculum entitled Exploration/Expression, renewable power purchasing guidance

Interreligious Eco-Justice Network
P.O. Box 270147
West Hartford , CT 06127
(860) 231-8554

Description:
"Interreligious Eco-Justice Network engages people of diverse faith traditions in prayer, dialogue, education, advocacy and celebration of the sacredness of creation."

Main Programs:
Resources for creation care in congregations, action alerts, Sacred Trust Forum, links to other organizations

Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences
93 Court Road
Birmingham
West Midlands
United Kingdom
B12 9LQ

Description:
"IFEES is an internationally recognized body articulating the Islamic position on environmental matters and at the same time attempting to offer practical solutions."

Main Programs:
Muslim Green Guide to Reducing Climate Change, Eco-Islam newsletter, study resources and publications, international projects, press releases

The Joseph Sittler Archives
Public Services, JKM Library
1100 E 55th St
Chicago IL 60615
(773) 256-0738

Description:
This is a website dedicated to the life and work of Lutheran theologian Joseph Sittler. A pioneer in the area of environmental and eco-theological writing and research, this website offers a comprehensive resource of Sittler's work as well as a great deal of information about the man.

Main Programs:
Articles and Essays, audio and video resources, discussion groups, sermons

Maine Council of Churches Environmental Justice Program
19 Pleasant Ave
Portland ME 04103
(207)772-1918

Description:
Works with churches on connecting environmental justice issues and faith.

Main Programs:
Legislative issues, climate change information, transportation initiatives, Maine Interfaith Power and Light

Ministry of Money
1640 Columbia Road, N.W.
Washington, DC 20009
202.737.7692

Description:
"Ministry of Money is a loving, prophetic Christian ministry that encourages all persons to become free from their attachment to cultural values regarding money and to live out joyfully God's call for their lives and resources."

Main Programs:
Money & Faith retreats, Pilgrimages of Reverse Mission, money and faith programs and services for congregations and judicatories, newsletters, study groups, articles and writings

National Catholic Rural Life Conference
4625 Beaver Ave.
Des Moines, IA 50310
(515) 270-2634

Description:
Communicates “a Catholic perspective and urging public action on rural life and environmental issues. Since its inception in 1923, the Conference has been committed to challenging and enabling rural people to participate in the Church’s evangelizing ministry and to live the faith that does justice.”

Main Programs:
Ecumenical, community-wide conferences and workshops. Advocacy and public policy efforts around sustainable agriculture. Educational campaigns and publications. Biannual and bimonthly publications.

National Council of Churches of Christ
110 Maryland Ave. NE, Suite 108
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 544-2350

Description:
Provides an opportunity for the national bodies of member Protestant and Orthodox denominations to work together to protect and restore God's creation.

Main Programs:
Earth Day mailings, updated environmental justice resource lists and distribution center, climate change information & strategy packet and video, environmental justice covenant congregation program, energy stewardship congregations program, environmental justice coordinators program, the Black Church and Orthodox churches environmental justice programs.

National Religious Partnership for the Environment
49 South Pleasant Street, Suit 301
Amherst, MA 01002
(413) 253-1515

Description:
An interfaith organization with the following partners: COEJL, the NCCC, the USCC, and the EEN. “The Partnership is integrating care for God's creation throughout religious life: theology, worship, social teaching, education, congregational life, and public policy initiative. And we seek to provide inspiration, moral vision, and commitment to social justice for all efforts to protect the natural world and human well-being within it.”

Main Programs:
Printed curricula and other resources. Direct advocacy. Various campaigns including the Interfaith Climate Change Campaign.

Network Alliance of Congregations Caring for Earth
866 Park Place
Brooklyn, NY 11216
(718) 496-5139 

Description:
An ecumenical, voluntary, tax-exempt organization established in 1986 to encourage the many strands of Christian tradition in the work of healing the damaged earth, out of a common concern and love for God's creation.

Main Programs:
Invite people into a loving relationship with Earth. Teach reverence for creation, with the understanding that humans are embedded in the natural world.  Cooperate with other organizations concerned with ecology and social justice.  Promote the study of ecological issues in the context of a progressive Christian theology and contemporary science.

New Community Project
718 Wilder Street
Elgin, IL 60123
888-800-2985-toll free

Description:
A faith-based nonprofit organization with the modest goal of changing the world! Our mission is to provide experiences that change us, resources that challenge us, and a community that gives us hope. 

Main Programs:
Sponsoring Learning Tours to places where God's people and/or God's creation are strugglin.  Providing speakers and workshop leaders for colleges, congregations, youth events, and other gathering.  Placing Solidarity Workers in other countries and cultures.  Offering a variety of engaging print and web-based resources.  Creating a support network for like-minded souls, with a special interest in empowering youth and young adults

Noah Alliance
(707) 826-1948

Description:
The Noah Alliance is a collaboration of Jewish, Evangelical, Protestant, and other religious community organizations, and individual people of faith, that are concerned about the protection of endangered species and biological diversity. The Noah Alliance seeks to provide a service by pulling together written materials pertaining to conservation from a faith perspective with an emphasis on the protection of endangered species and the web of life.

Main Programs: Creation Care sermons, worship materials, study guides for adults and children, articles, essays, and lectures.

North American Coalition for Christianity and Ecology
866 Park Place
Brooklyn, NY
(718) 996-5139

Description:
"...ecumenical, volunteer-run, non-profit organization established to encourage the many strands of Christian tradition in the work of healing the damaged earth."

Main Programs:
news, articles, quotes, calls-to-action, creative writing and other resources related to ecology, spirituality and Christianity

Partnership For Earth Spirituality
P.O. Box 6531
Albuquerque, NM 87197
(505) 266-6966

Description:
"...a non-profit membership organization which brings together people from various religious traditions, ages, cultures and economic backgrounds to promote a better understanding of the interdependence of ecology and spirituality."

Main Programs:
Retreats, forums, seasonal rituals, wilderness experiences, programs for children, hands-on projects and education for sound environmental policies.

Religious Witness for the Earth
PO Box 642
Littleton, MA 01460-2642

Description:
"National, independent, interfaith network dedicated to creating a society in which human beings live in loving, just relationships with one another and with all Creation."

Main Programs:
Climate change issues and legislation, advocacy events, links to resources and other organizations

Restoring Eden
PO Box 877
La Center, WA 98629
360-574-8230

Description:
Restoring Eden "encourages Christians to learn to love, serve, and protect God's creation."

Main Programs: Campus resources, political advocacy, environmental news, denominational resources.

Sacred Earth
Ithaca, NY 14850
(607) 821 1423

Description:
“An [interfaith] international network of people whose focus is contemplation, reflection, justice-making in the ecozoic era.”

Main Programs:
Publishes a regular newsletter, provides a network of similar organizations, and promotes “contemplation, reflection, and justice.”

Spirit in Nature
P. O. Box 255
East Middlebury, Vermont 05740
(802) 388-3694

Description:
“A place of interconnecting paths where people of diverse spiritual traditions may walk, worship, meet, meditate, and promote education and action toward better stewardship of this sacred earth.”

Main Programs:
Publishes a newsletter/ mini-journal quarterly, and hosts a “Soup and Bread” lecture series, an annual “Neighborhood and Sustainable Living” course, and guided walks at the Path Center.

Target Earth International
Post Office Box 10777
Tempe, AZ 85284
Phone: (610)909-9740 

Description:
“…a national movement of Christians who reflect this commitment to care. It's a movement of individuals, churches, college fellowships and Christian ministries motivated by the biblical call to be faithful stewards of everything God created-to love our neighbors as ourselves and to care for the earth.”

Main Programs:
Service projects and internships in the U.S. and in developing countries, academic programs and field stations, publishes Target Earth newsletter, outdoor awareness programs, advocacy efforts.

Tennessee Environmental Council
One Vantage Way, Ste. D-105
Nashville, TN 37228
(615) 248-6500

Description:
"The Tennessee Stewardship Project, supported by the Tennessee Environmental Council (TEC), enables faith communities and TEC to work together in caring for God's gift of creation."

Main Programs:
Provides "Creation Stewardship Congregations" program, electronic newsletter, speakers/discussion facilitators, and much more.

Texas Impact
221 East 9th Street Suite 403
Austin, Texas 78701
(512) 472-3903

Description:
"Texas Impact is a statewide religious grassroots network whose members include individuals, congregations, and governing bodies of the Christian, Jewish and Muslim faiths. T.I. exists to advance state public policies that are consistent with universally held social principles of the Abrahamic traditions."

Main Programs:
"...developing grassroots networks in local communities and mobilizing them to advocate with their legislators on specific issues."

United States Catholic Conference (USCC) Environmental Justice Program
Justice, Peace and Human Development
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
3211 4th Street, N.E., Washington DC 20017
(202) 541-3180

Description:
In partnership with the NRPE, this program “…seeks to educate and motivate Catholics to a deeper respect for God's creation, and to engage parishes in activities aimed at dealing with environmental problems, particularly as they affect the poor.”

Main Programs:
Offers a variety of printed and web-based parish resources, leadership training through workshops and grants, direct advocacy, and environmental justice and parish projects.

Voices for Earth Justice
21695 Rougewood Drive
Southfield, MI 48033

Description:
"Voices for Earth Justice is an interfaith network of people committed to prayer, education and action that deepen our sense of wonder, responsibility, and gratitude for all creation."

Main Programs:
Retreats, workshops & speakers bureau, sustainable gardening experiences, Earth literacy programs, community garden consultation, Michigan Interfaith Climate Change Campaign (MI-ICCC)

Web of Creation
1100 East 5th Street
Chicago, IL 60615

Description:
Established to facilitate the movement for personal and social transformation to a just and sustainable world-from religious perspectives. It is maintained by the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and is supported through grant funding, sponsorship, and endorsement from a variety of faith-based sources.

Main Programs:
Offers web based resource for a myriad of congregational resources (e.g., worship, advocacy, lifestyle, educational, building/grounds). Is the host for other web sites: NCCC Eco-justice Working Group and Climate Change Campaign, TEMEC, Lutheran Earthkeeping Network, Environmental Justice Office of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the Earth Bible project, and the Chicago Theological Initiative in Eco-Justice.

Whidbey Institute
P.O. Box 57
Clinton, WA 98236
(360) 341-1884

Description:
An interfaith organization that “…cultivates creative leadership for Earth, Spirit, and the Human Future. Located in the heart of the Pacific Northwest near Seattle, the beauty and power of our Chinook Center provide a place where the ecological, social, and spiritual challenges of our time can be engaged on behalf of a more sustainable and just world.”

Main Programs:
Offers on site workshops, retreats, celebrations, and trips. “On-line” colloquium.

 

Other Religious Organizations

Church Council of Greater Seattle
4 Nickerson, Suite 300
Seattle WA  98109

Phone: (206) 525-1213

Lutheran Public Policy Office

Description:
Represents more than 400 churches and 15 denominations as well as thousands of individuals united by the belief that we can work together to promote justice and increase compassion in our community. 

Main Programs:
Operates eight different programs that support the mission of local congregations and provide human services in the areas of homelessness, youth development, mental health and compassionate care.

National Council of Churches
475 Riverside Drive, Suite 880
New York, NY 10115
Phone: (212) 870-2228

Description:
Since its founding in 1950, it has been the leading force for ecumenical cooperation among Christians in the United States. 

Main Programs:
Communications, Education and Leadership Ministries, Faith and Order, Interfaith Relations, Justice and Advocacy

Washington Association of Churches

PO Box 95949
Seattle, WA 98145
Phone: (206) 625-9790

Description:
An association of 10 Christian denominations and 11 ecumenical organizations who live and work together on the task of ecumenism in Washington State.  Serves as a focal point for dialogue, advocacy, action and reflection. Their work is rooted in the conviction that our Christian faith calls us to act with compassion for people and respect the sacredness of life. We feel called to the challenge of unity in our society by addressing the needs of community in our world.

Main Programs:
Public Policy/Advocacy

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