PICO California has led the campaign to win health insurance coverage for all children in California. Working in partnership with PICO federations and children’s advocates from around the country
PICO California works for equitable and consistent funding for schools, improved teacher quality, and meaningful opportunities for parents and communities to partner with schools and districts for student success
PICO organizations are working with local, state, and national partners to stop unfair foreclosures and hold banks accountable for fair and just lending practices and helping make it possible for families to find affordable housing in safe neighborhoods.
We believe that full citizenship rights for 11 million aspiring Americans is the only response to our broken patchwork of immigration laws consistent with the American values of freedom, fairness and family.
The PICO California Lifelines to Healing movement is committed to addressing the causes of pervasive violence and crime in our communities. We believe that the criminalization and mass incarceration of people of color
PICO federations educate the public on critical civic issues, and provide a means for people to participate in shaping public policy. PICO's relationship-centric model of organizing
PICO California is made up of 19 non-profit organizations made up of 400 religious congregations, schools and neighborhood institutions representing 450,000 families across the state affiliated to the PICO National Network.
Organizing is more than just a job; it is a vocation. If you feel that you're being called to this work, we invite you to explore PICO's outreach and recruitment site.
See how PICO changes lives, strengthens families and revitalizes communities across the country.
PICO California and PICO National Network are nonpartisan and are not aligned explicitly or implicitly with any candidate or party. We do not endorse or support candidates for office.