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“Never doubt the power of a small group of committed individuals to change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead

The Interfaith Alliance's national office provides support and guidance to independent Interfaith Alliances nationwide. These Interfatih Alliance activists often follow the national office’s lead, but they also frequently show the national office where it should go and the best way to get there.

Interfaith Alliance nationwide. Local Alliances mobilize grassroots activists to attend school board meetings, hold community forums, track legislation, and provide the media with the unique perspectives of people of faith. If it's a leadership role you are looking for in Interfaith Alliance, then become a part of Interfaith Alliance's grassroots network.

Join us today! Because we understand that each community has a unique set of needs, we have established differing levels of affiliation with The Interfaith Alliance. Regardless of the affiliation you choose, you will become a part of a growing interfaith movement that promotes religious liberty, pluralism and democracy.

JUMPSTART a Local Alliance in Your Area!
Local Alliances exist to promote the positive and healing role of religion in public live while challenging those who would manipulate religion for partisan political gain. Find out more about the process and benefits of starting a full affiliate in your area.

 Already Involved?

Perhaps a TIA Partnership is for you. A TIA Partner is an existing organization that finds some common ground with the spirit, vision and mission of The Interfaith Alliance. There is an agreement to communicate, cooperate, coordinate and collaborate when our work and interests intersect.Find out more about the benefits of becoming a TIA Partner.

 The Interfaith Alliance is committed to its grassroots base. Let us help you along your way. The office is here to help at anytime. Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 202-466-0567