Integrated Voter Engagement Campaign

PIIN’s Integrated Voter Engagement Campaign is a testbed. In this year when the political stakes are laced with threats of autocratic tyranny, White Christian Nationalism, and deepening of racial, class-based, and ideological divides.

We Have to Grow, Move, and Learn.

To survive as a diverse democracy, we have to find new and better ways to build power for justice. With IVE we have not forgotten or abandoned congregations, but we are moving directly into neighborhoods, to listen, to invite, exhort, and build leaders through bringing more people into the processes of wielding power.

Join the Movement. Join the Fight.

Join Hands across the divides that will either kill us or make us stronger.

All canvasses are taking place in Swissvale, Rankin, Braddock and Clairton. Locations will be updated and communicated at least one week in advance depending on previous coverage.

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Our Issues

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Public Education

PIIN’s Education Task Force is actively engaged with community stakeholders, parents, and the faith community to establish community schools and guarantee the funding needed to provide a high-quality education to every child.

Criminal Justice Reform

Through our Allegheny County Jail Action Group PIIN is working to end the inhumane conditions in the jail. Through our Colorful Backgrounds E.X.P.O program PIIN works with West End Power to help support, educate, and create community for returning citizens.

Gun Violence Prevention

PIIN works with community partner CeaseFire PA to mandate extreme risk protection orders, lost or stolen gun reporting, universal background checks, and safe storage.

Environmental Justice

The mission of the PIIN Environmental Justice Task Force is to draw together religious organizations and people of faith to nonviolently, but vigorously and enthusiastically, protect our air, water, land, and overall health from the various forms of pollution that have been introduced in our areas by industries.

Latest News

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Now Hiring Lead Organizer

Ways To Apply Apply via Idealist Apply via Nonprofit Talent Read the full job posting below and apply via email at Full Length Job Posting The Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network is hiring a Lead Organizer. We seek a leader who can work in neighborhoods and congregations creating pathways to power: working alongside people as [...]

Champions of Justice

WE DID IT! Our Champions of Justice fundraising campaign was a success thanks to YOU! We raised $80,679. PINN is hitting the ground with strategic planning, new hires, congregational in-reach and outreach, and powerful disciplined work on our issues. Let’s make the ground shake as JUSTICE ROLLS DOWN this election year!

October Community Meeting with Terri Minor-Spencer

Wed, Oct 25th, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Pittsburgh Mennonite Church 2018 South Braddock Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15218 Terri Minor-Spencer is the Founder and Executive Director of the grassroots non-profit organization West End P.O.W.E.R. – whose mission is providing opportunities with effective resources by giving back by doing works of service with employment supports), educational [...]


GET-OUT-THE-VOTE STREET CANVASS FOR THE 2023 GENERAL ELECTION THE PENNSYLVANIA INTERFAITH IMPACT NETWORK (PIIN) IS HOSTING A GOTV COMMUNITY FLYERING EVENT! JOIN US! As people of faith, we are heartbroken by the conditions for those retained in the Allegheny County Jail, some of the country’s worst air pollution, the need for criminal justice reform, and [...]

Inhumane Conditions at Allegheny County Jail: Causes & Solutions

Sunday, September 17, 2023 at 7:00 PM Social Justice and Outreach (Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh) & Pittsburgh Interfaith Impact Network (PIN) Panel Discussion Opening Prayer: Minister Ella Scales (Union Baptist Church, VP PIIN) Panel Chair: Leah Kozak, PlIN organizer Brittany Hailer, Pittsburgh Institute for Nonprofit Journalism Sr. Barbara Finch, a former nurse at AC John [...]

Exploring Air Pollution: Monitoring and Mitigation with Mark Dixon

Thursday, September 14 at 7 PM First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh or online 605 Morewood Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Registration Required Join members and supporters of the Environmental Justice Initiative of First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh in a conversation with award-winning filmmaker, photographer and activist Mark Dixon in a multi-platform event. Mark will be sharing [...]

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