We acknowledge that environmental and economic justice cannot be accomplished by a single organization alone.
Therefore, we actively seek out collaborations and partnerships with community-based organizations, government agencies, and local, regional, statewide and national coalitions extending our reach and impact beyond the Excelsior District in San Francisco.
At PODER, we understand that the challenges we face are not confined to local boundaries. That is why we forge alliances not only within our city but also across the state of California, the nation, and even internationally. By engaging in broad-based efforts for environmental, social, and climate justice, we are poised to shift the very balance of power in influential halls like City Hall and Sacramento.
Our vision extends far beyond the immediate impact we can make. By establishing models of success in our own community, we aspire to inspire change and become a beacon of hope for others across the country and around the world. We aim to create a transformative movement that resonates with organizations near and far, motivating them to join forces with us in the pursuit of a Just Transition from an extractive economy.
Together, let us embark on this empowering journey, united by a common purpose and the shared belief that by working collaboratively, we can create lasting and meaningful change. Join us in shaping a future where economic, social, and environmental justice flourish, not just in the Excelsior District, but throughout San Francisco, across California, and beyond.
|Cross-neighborhood||Stewards of Urban Nutrition Network|
|SF RisingLeadership TeamOrganizer Meetings|
|Race & Equity in All Planning|
|SF Public Bank Coalition|
|CCHOBoard of DirectorsGeneral Meetings|
|Jobs with Justice Board|
|Regional||Bay RisingSteering CommitteeDOTS|
|Latinx Power Building Initiative (TSFF)|
|Statewide||CEJASteering CommitteeToC/ToPAlliance MeetingsGreen ZonesAdvocacyCivic EngagementTransformative Policy Pathways|
|Building Equity, Energy and Power Coalition|
|Community Resilience Working Group|