PICO National Network
At this critical moment, people of faith from across the country are signing our petition in support of a more inclusive bill. Will you join us?
A Letter to the U.S. Senate from American Religious Leaders
Last week, a U.S. Congressman told an 18-year-old aspiring American that he “hates illegals” and threatened her and her family.
Tell Speaker Boehner to condemn the actions of his colleague!
More than 1,000 PICO friends have sent messages to President Obama asking him to take immediate steps to prevent gun violence! Add your name to the list!
Queens Congregations United for Action (QCUA)
Mayor Bloomberg: Get Light, Heat and Mold Clean-Up to the Rockaways
Join us in telling governors that refusing to provide care for some of the most vulnerable residents of our community through new federal Medicaid funding is morally unacceptable.
PICO is organizing homeowners, clergy and concerned community residents to work together to save their homes, and make sure that the nation’s largest banks are held accountable for their misconduct at the root of the housing crisis.
Add your name to the Faithful Banking Pledge - committing to practicing faithful banking by moving your money - or your congregation's money - out of big banks and into more community-oriented local banks or credit unions.
Struggling to pay your mortgage? There are federal programs that could help you.
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PICO is working to empower change in communities all across the country! Click here to find PICO in your community.
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