It’s a time of renewal for PIIN. Donate today and be part of it.

Over the last several years, PIIN has made significant progress on police-community relations, green infrastructure, and community schools, but we still have much work ahead on our long-term agenda of dismantling structural racism. Thankfully, PIIN is up for the...

Please welcome Jamaal Craig as the new Executive Director of PIIN!

Jamaal Craig will begin serving as the new Executive Director of the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network on Monday, October 2, 2017. Mr. Craig has an extensive labor organizing background, including positions with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU)...

Join PIIN on Sept. 26 for an Our Water Town Hall

Pittsburgh residents have long recognized the need to fix the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) to ensure that every family in our city has access to safe, affordable drinking water. We’ve already seen what happens when private corporations like Paris-based...

More than 100 Members of PIIN Flood Pittsburgh Streets for Labor Day

This Labor Day, more than 100 members of PIIN took to the streets of Pittsburgh to take a stand for livable wages and just, healthy communities. Listed as the largest contingent in Pittsburgh’s Labor Day events by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, PIIN’s participation was...