Get Involved

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Fill out the quick form below to tell us what you’re interested in. 

  • Saying YES to affordable housing and equity.

    • Take fast action with the RAPID RESPONSE TEAM (petitions, phone calls, emails, social media)
    • Get TRAINED and build your own skills (e.g. Development 101)
    • HOST a house party about affordable housing proposed in your “back yard”
    • SPEAK OUT at community meetings, the State House or at City Council hearings (we’ll train you if you want)
  • Building COMMUNITY and connect with neighbors.

    • Join the OUTREACH Squad (flyering, social media, survey gathering, door knocking, coffee dates etc.)
    • VOLUNTEER at Octoberfest ¡Fiesta! or community clean-ups, cookouts etc.
    • Donate your research, fundraising, training, translation or other TALENTS.
  • Helping families and local businesses THRIVE.

    • COACH a new small business owner (if you have business, accounting, marketing or other relevant skills!)
    • Serve as an Economic Prosperity AMBASSADOR (help with outreach, recruitment, publicity and social media)

Fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch with you!


Want to make sure everybody’s counted in Census 2020? We want your help.

April 22: Our next Monthly Meet-up!

Join our Affordable Housing Rapid Response Team! Contact us to sign up.

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You can also help by becoming a JPNDC Member or making a donation.

Become a Member


Because when people get organized, they can make a difference.

  • Inequality is growing in our country and that trend is evident in our community.

  • Immigrants, always part of our community, are facing growing threats.

  • Working together for equity is the only way we’ll achieve it.


Because we’re grounded in our community and we have a track record of getting results.

  • More than half of the affordable homes JPNDC has developed grew out of organizing by tenants, neighbors and allies.

  • We use a popular education approach that recognizes and builds on the experience, knowledge and skills of people who aren’t usually included in leadership.

  • We welcome and work with anyone who embraces diversity and wants to make our community a better place.