The African American Economic Justice Organization focuses on economic opportunities for African Americans throughout California and is co-chaired by a prominent former banker, George McDaniel
The Chinese American Institute for Empowerment provides technical assistance for Chinese American small businesses in Northern California. Their Sound of Hope Radioaffiliate is the largest Chinese American independent radio serving 700,000 in Northern California.
Christ Our Redeemer (COR) AME Church is the largest Black church in Orange County with a congregation of 3,000. COR Community Development Corporation empowers impoverished communities by providing programs that focus on education, youth financial literacy, affordable housing and civic engagement. Its Senior Minister is the Chair of Corporate Partnership of 5,000 AME churches nationally.
Cornerstone Church of San Diego, with a congregation of 6,500, is the largest Hispanic evangelical church in San Diego County and one of the fastest growing churches in America. The nonprofit arm, Turning the Hearts Center, provides over 15 programs for at-risk youth and aims to restore family as the cornerstone of successful communities.
Ecumenical Center for
Black Church Studies
The Jesse Miranda Center for Hispanic Leadership at Vanguard University is the research arm of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC), an umbrella organization for over 40,000 Hispanic evangelical churches across the country.
The Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce is the largest minority business chamber in the West Coast and represents 300,000 Latino-owned businesses in the area.
MAAC Project serves over 35,000 people annually in San Diego County through their programs focused on career training, education, health & wellness and housing.
The National Asian American Coalition is one of our nation’s leading pan Asian American HUD-approved home counseling and banking advocacy nonprofit. The housing team has counseled over 9,500 families and helped prevent over 4,500 foreclosures.
National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference
Oasis Center International is a non-profit committed to restoring arts and cultural enrichment at the core of communities with a focus on developing at-risk youth in underserved areas of Orange County.
The Orange County Interdenominational Alliance consists of 66 Black, Hispanic and Asian American pastors in Orange County that seek to enhance, empower & promote inclusive leadership through faith-based partnerships & initiatives that lead to economic & community development. It is the largest and most successful interdenominational pastoral alliance in California.
Templo Calvario of Santa Ana, CA has a congregation of 6,500 in one of the poorest large city in California (80% Latino, 90% minority). Its nonprofit arm, Templo Calvario CDC, serves its mostly working class congregation members. They are the leaders among the 3,000 Latino Assemblies of God churches.
The Vietnamese/Laotian Alliance for Economic Justice works in the Southern California community to bring economic opportunities and skills-based training to these two underserved Southeast Asian American communities, one of which has one of the highest high school dropout rate in the nation.
Vietnamese Southeast Asian Alliance (VSAA)
West Bay Pilipino Multi-Service Center is a consolidation of six community service agencies in San Francisco, including the Filipino Youth Coordinating Committee, Sandigan Newcomer Service, United Filipinos for Equal Employment, Pilipino Legal Defense and Education Fund, Services for Filipino Seniors, and the Liwanag Resources. They are presently in the process of expanding to all nine Bay Area counties.