Building Strong Leaders, Strong Congregations, and Strong Communities with PIIN

On Sat, January 21st PIIN hosted its first Faith Based Organizing Training of 2023! Members from congregations and groups from all over Allegheny County came together to learn core components in organizing and moving people of faith into action. We are building power in Western PA and there are great things to come! Sign up for PIIN’s mailing list here to learn about future trainings, events, and actions here.


Our Issues

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Public Safety

The Public Safety Task Force exists to develop and build relationships that promote equity and justice while providing for the safety and protection of life and property.

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

Over-incarceration – and the lingering disability frequently following it – disproportionately impacts communities of color and unjustly denies people the right to earn a decent living, secure affordable housing, and more.


The Immigration Task Force strives to create safe and just communities for all immigrant, refugee, and religious groups in Pittsburgh and beyond.

Ratepayer Justice

ALCOSAN is under a federal mandate to overhaul our region’s sewer system to reduce the discharge of sewage into our rivers.

Latest News

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Congratulations to the 18 Graduates 2022 Colorful Backgrounds EXPO

We are pleased to announce the 18 graduates of the Colorful Background Expo. These individuals have demonstrated their dedication and hard work to reach this point, and we are confident they will continue to excel in their future endeavors. We welcome them as members of our community and know they will be great leaders and [...]

Ten Years Since Sandy Hook: A Vigil For Change

In December 2012, a tragedy occurred when 20 children and 6 educators were brutally slain at Sandy Hook Elementary School. We’ve lost far too many to gun violence in the years since, with 15,000 people from Pennsylvania alone having become victims. This is an epidemic that needs to be addressed and resolved as soon as [...]

You Are Invited! Intro to Faith-Based Organizing on Sat, 11/12!

Dear PIIN Board Members and Friends, As follow up to our Trucking for Justice event, you are invited to a half day Intro to Faith-Based Organizing training on Sat, Nov. 12th from 12:30-4:00 PM at Community of Reconciliation, 100 N Bellefield Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15213.  This will be the first in a series of local [...]

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