Our Federations

For over 25 years, Brockton Interfaith Community has been working to change the balance of power in low and moderate income communities. By making sure all people have a seat at the table of power in their local community, state capital, and even Washington, D.C., BIC builds the civic capacity necessary for a healthy, functioning, democratic system. BIC trains its diverse members to improve their community by building good relationships, identifying common concerns, finding solutions, and taking action for the public good.

Latest Press Releases

See All Press Releases

December 4, 2018

800 Clergy Sign Letter to Congress Rebuking Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Tactics

For Immediate Release: December 4, 2018 Contact: Erin Williams | EWilliams@faithinaction.org 202-748-0699 Letter recommends three congressional actions to end demonizing politics and funding policies that incite violence WASHINGTON, DC — …

Continue reading

November 26, 2018

“Hunger and Thirst are not a National Security Threat” – Faith in Action responds to latest Customs and Border Protection attack on immigrants

For Immediate Release: November 26, 2018Contact: Erin Williams, ewilliams@faithinaction.org, 202-748-0699 WASHINGTON, DC — U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers fired tear gas canisters yesterday at asylum seekers, including women …

Continue reading

November 20, 2018

Gun Violence

TOMS Footwear Invests $5 million in “End Gun Violence Together Campaign” Grantees Available for Interview

For Immediate Release: November 20, 2018 Contact: Shannon Craig Straw, Shannon@westendstrategy.com, 202-674-5921  WASHINGTON –  Today, footwear company TOMS announced their “End Gun Violence Together,” campaign aimed at helping end the gun …

Continue reading

BUILDING A PEOPLE-POWERED MOVEMENT

JOIN YOUR LOCAL FEDERATION

Our national work is made possible through strong, local organizing. Get involved in your local federation to be a part of this movement.

Join Us

TAKE ACTION!

Take action nationally or in your community - sign a petition or send a letter to your representative.

Take Action