Meet our Members
HCROA has recommended the following organizations for admission to the 2017 Combined Federal Campaign; they are members, pending government approval.
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
Since 1977, AISES has worked to substantially increase American Indian/Alaska Native representation in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) as students, professionals, mentors, and leaders.
Americans for Indian Opportunity
Founded by LaDonna Harris (Comanche), Americans for Indian Opportunity incorporates cultural values to train Native American emerging leaders to build and support strong, sustainable communities.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC
Advancing Justice-AAJC promotes justice for all Americans by empowering our communities, bringing local/national constituencies together, and ensuring Asian Americans fully participate in our democracy.
ASISTA Immigrant Assistance
Immigrants in the United States are often victims of domestic violence or sexual assault. We lead the nation in advocating for their protection.
Association for Union Democracy
Defends free speech, fair elections, fair hiring and due process in unions. Protects reformers, women, minorities and federal employees from retaliation for defending their rights.
Blind Federation of America (National Federation of the Blind Inc.)
We teach the sight impaired self-reliance through new technology, Braille, and recorded publications. BFA also provides scholarships, employment assistance, and civil rights protection.
Center for American Progress
CAP is dedicated to improving the lives of Americans through progressive ideas and action in energy, national security, economic opportunity, immigration, education and health care.
Center for Victims of Torture
CVT provides comprehensive care to torture survivors; trains health/human service professionals to provide proper care to torture survivors; advocates for prevention of torture.
We build and support on-the-ground networks of lawyers and campaigners fighting to defend their own communities and hold corporations accountable for human rights and environmental abuses resulting from poorly-implemented development projects.
Electronic Frontier Foundation
EFF is a civil liberties membership organization protecting user rights online. We defend free speech, fair use, innovation, and privacy through litigation, activism, and building tech tools, as well as educating the public, press, and policymakers.
Food First (Institute for Food and Development Policy)
Join us to end the injustices that cause hunger. We promote solutions to hunger, poverty, and environmental degradation through cutting-edge research, education, and action.
Latin America Working Group Education Fund
We help citizens encourage the United States to support human rights, justice, and freedom from poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean.
National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty
Your contribution helps secure housing for families experiencing poverty and homelessness, domestic violence survivors and their children, and veterans; your support ensures that we can continue our fight against homelessness through the power of the law.
Polaris (Polaris Project)
Our systemic model combats modern slavery by responding to victims of human trafficking effectively & immediately, equipping key stakeholders to address & prevent human trafficking, & disrupt the business of human trafficking through targeting campaigns.
Poverty and Race Research Action Council
PRRAC is a non-profit civil rights organization working to connect social scientists with advocates to identify and reform structural racial inequalities in our society.
Project on Government Oversight, The
The organization works to promote transparency, accountability and oversight within the federal government. We are a nonpartisan independent watchdog that champions good government reforms. We work to make our government responsive and open to people.
Protecting Women and Children Across Five Continents (Advocacy Project)
We help marginalized communities to act against discrimination and violence, with a special focus on women affected by conflict, including refugees, children and persons with a disability. In 2017, we expect to benefit over 10,000 individuals.
Public Citizen Foundation
Public Citizen advocates for a healthier and more equitable world by making government work for the people and by defending democracy from corporate greed.
Tahirih Justice Center
Protecting courageous immigrant women and girls who refuse to be victims of violence by providing holistic legal services and advocacy in courts, Congress, and communities.
Tibet Fund, The
The Tibet Fund is the primary funding organization to the Tibetan refugee communities. we work for humanitarian relief, healthcare, education, community development and preservation of religion and culture in Tibetan refugees and Tibetans in Tibet.
Violence Policy Center
From mass shootings to domestic abuse, guns are tearing America apart. Help us stop this public health epidemic that claims more than 36,000 lives annually.
Wellstone Action Fund
Provides training programs in leadership, organizing, non-partisan voter engagement, citizen activism, and issue advocacy for individuals, organizations, and diverse communities.
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