Our affiliates bring many hands to the work and are the heart of our MCAN network. Their efforts at the grassroots level support community leaders to bring the vital changes that impact our state and, in turn, our nation as a whole. Feel free to reach out directly to affiliate leaders at the links below and if you don’t live near one, but you’d like to become engaged with our work, contact us at the MCAN central office.
brockton interfaith community
Brockton Interfaith Action (BIC) is a network of 13 churches and community based organizations in Brockton and Sharon with a focus on community leadership training, economic equity and education funding. To learn more about their work click here.
Essex County Community OrganizatioN
Essex County Community Organization (ECCO) is a network of 39 congregations and the North Shore Labor Council that works to put human dignity at the center of public life. ECCO currently works on immigration, criminal justice reform, and economic dignity. To learn more about their work click here.
I Have a Future
I Have a Future is a movement of youth organizers and allies building power in Boston to fight for full youth employment and and end to mass incarceration. To learn more about their work click here.
Pioneer valley project
Pioneer Valley Project serves the cities of Springfield and Holyoke and draws the communities together around issues of criminal justice reform, education and housing. To learn more about their work click here.
Prophetic Resistance Boston
Prophetic Resistance Boston is a group of pastors and congregation members who engage the African American and Latino communities by listening to their stories and then moving those stories to action to empower and bring liberation. To learn more about their work contact Danielle Williams.
United Interfaith Action
United Interfaith Action serves the cities of Fall River and New Bedford and draws the communities together around issues of education, immigration and addiction. To learn more about their work contact Andrea Sheppard Lomba.
Worcester Interfaith builds bridges between congregational and community leaders across religious, socio-economic, racial and ethnic boundaries to impact jobs, neighborhood improvements, public safety, education, and youth. To learn more about their work contact Isabel Gonzalez - Webster.