For the last two decades, Kairos has helped to develop leaders from the ranks of the poor, connecting them in a wide network of grassroots and religious organizations and political efforts. We come together through organizing campaigns, mobilizations, convenings, educational programs, faith gatherings, arts and culture, research and scholarship, and more; we come together across historic lines of division like race, religion, age, and geography, in order to build up the unity and organization of the poor in this country.

The result is a national network that reaches into thousands of communities, increasingly impacts the moral and political narrative, influences elected officials at every level of government, and anchors one of the most promising social movements of our time.

Our Network

  • Code Pink

  • General Baker Institute

  • Michigan Welfare Rights Organization

  • Veterans For Peace

  • Border Network for Human Rights

  • The Aspen Institute

  • Rise Up St. James

  • Pittsburgh Food Policy Council

  • Repairers of the Breach

  • ESCR-Net

  • Equal Justice Initiative

  • Chaplains on the Harbor

  • United Workers

  • Food Bank of the Southern Tier

  • Union de Vecinos

  • NC Raise Up

  • Vermont Workers’ Center

  • Put People First! PA