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Sojourners

Sojourners is a small, faith-based media and advocacy organization that unites Christians to put their faith into action for social justice.

Organizer: Sojourners Inc.

Type Of Group: Religion

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Money Raised

$5,384

Money Given

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The Group's Purpose

Sojourners is a small, faith-based non-profit that organizes Christians to articulate the biblical call to social justice, inspiring hope and building a movement to transform people, church, and the world. As a non-partisan 501(c)(3) organization, we work on the critical social justice issues of our time – immigration reform, racial justice, poverty and the budget, gender justice, creation care, peace, and more - from the pews of our churches to the halls of Capitol Hill and everywhere in between. We serve as a connecting point for people of faith in this country and globally as we examine and act upon political, social, and economic issues in a spiritual, theological, and values-oriented context.
Sojourners helps grow this movement of Christians through Sojourners monthly magazine which has over 35,000 subscribers. In addition, our SojoMail e-newsletter reaches 200,000 people each week to provide policy analysis, faith-based messages, and resources on how to take action, while our website (www.sojo.net) and blog reach over 1.8 million people each year. Our network of Faith & Justice churches helps us efficiently message on our focus issues to the greater Christian community. Our president and founder, Jim Wallis, is a bestselling author, renowned speaker and preacher, public theologian, and international commentator on religion and public life.

How to Help

Sojourners is a donor-supported organization which receives support primarily through its base of active individual donors. Support from donors like you would ensure the health and stability of our organization, that we may continue to work for justice in Washington, D.C., bring training to individual states, and share sincere, thoughtful literature in our supporters’ homes. It is only through and because of our donors that we are able to mobilize faith in action for social justice.

About the Organizers

Learn about the Sojourners staff by visiting our website https://sojo.net/about-us/who-we-are/our-leadership