Join the Fight

Ending poverty in America will require new policies and renewed political movements.


These organizations are fighting to divest from poverty on a national scale. Visit their websites to learn how you can join the movement.

Economic Justice
Poor People’s Campaign

A movement to promote economic advancement for impoverished Americans and lobby the federal government to commit to ending poverty in the United States.

The Center for Community Change

An advocacy organization building the power of low-income people, especially people of color, to fight for a society where everyone can thrive.


A research and action institute working to develop local, state, and federal policies to achieve economic and social equity.

National Low Income Housing Coalition

A coalition dedicated to achieving public policy that ensures low-income Americans have quality homes that are accessible and affordable in communities of their choice.

National Coalition for the Homeless

A network of currently and formerly homeless persons, activists and advocates, community and faith based service providers, and others committed to ending homelessness.

Homes for All Campaign

An alliance of racial, economic, gender & environmental justice organizations working to halt gentrification and displacement, and build democratic, just, and sustainable communities.

National Coalition for a Civil Right to Counsel

An association of individuals and organizations committed to ensuring meaningful access to the courts for all.

One Fair Wage

A coalition, campaign, and organization working to improve wages and working conditions in the service sector.

Fight for $15

A political movement with the goals to secure a $15 minimum wage and to unionize a wide range of underpaid workers.

National Domestic Workers Alliance

An advocacy organization working to win respect, recognition, and labor rights and protections for nearly 2.5 million nannies, house cleaners, and homecare workers.



These organizations are focused on antipoverty efforts in their states. Visit their websites to find an organization working to expand opportunity close to home.