For over 25 years, Brockton Interfaith Community has been working to change the balance of power in low and moderate income communities. By making sure all people have a seat at the table of power in their local community, state capital, and even Washington, D.C., BIC builds the civic capacity necessary for a healthy, functioning, democratic system. BIC trains its diverse members to improve their community by building good relationships, identifying common concerns, finding solutions, and taking action for the public good.
To do this work effectively, BIC has developed a well-tested model of faith-based, grassroots organizing where (a) Relationships are the building blocks, (b) Local leadership creates long-lasting change, and (c) Careful research and cultivations of allies produce innovative policy solutions.
PUTTING OUR FAITH & VALUES INTO ACTION
Brockton Interfaith Community (BIC) was created in 1990 by area clergy and lay leaders driven to action by the troubles facing the city of Brockton, a gateway city. For over 25 years, BIC has been working to change the balance of power in low and moderate income communities. We work with local sister organizations across the state as a part of the statewide Massachusetts Communities Action Network (MCAN).
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