• SFOP/PIA Merge

    We are excited to officially announce the merger of SFOP and PIA, to create a new faith-based community organizing network that serves the San Francisco Peninsula. Read the press release here

  • Prop 47 Passes!!

    After months of getting out the vote, SFOP/PIA leaders, PICO California and our allies passed Proposition 47. To get more information about how you can change your felony convictions to go http://www.safeandjust.org/prop47. If you want to host a workshop about Prop 47 implementation, contact Teshone Jones at teshone@sfop.org. Proposition 47 changes non-violent felony convictions to misdemeanors

  • Updates for Immigrants

    Obama's announcement means over 4 million people can be protected from deportation. SFOP/PIA will be hosting workshops with congregations to get families the information they need. Check our calendar for events and more information. Find campaign for citizenship updates here!

 

Upcoming Events

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SFOP has been developing leaders in San Francisco congregations, schools and community centers for 25 years. We believe that San Francisco can be a city for all.
Eleanor Williams, Former SFOP Board President

Who We Are

The San Francisco Organizing Project/Peninsula Interfaith Action (SFOP/PIA) is a grassroots coalition of congregations and schools working to create innovative solutions to the economic and racial injustices facing residents on the San Francisco Peninsula. We engage families, youth and seniors in public life to create a safe, healthy, and thriving communities for everyone. Together with other PICO affiliates around the state and country, SFOP/PIA is creating a new vision that unites people who believe in justice across neighborhood, race, class, family structure and religion. read more


Some Issues We’re Working On