The Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy is Virginia’s oldest faith-based advocacy group. We are a nonpartisan coalition of faith communities working to create progressive public policy by engaging people of faith, educating the public about social issues, the legislative process, and the call to advocacy.
A world where people of all faiths cooperate to create compassionate communities that are just, peaceful, equitable and sustainable.
To empower Virginians to create social justice for all by advocating for systemic change.
We unite people of faith in Virginia. Through partnerships with other statewide non-profit advocacy organizations and our own grassroots networks, we empower faithful advocates to:
about the issues challenging our communities
for guidance and discernment, and
to make Virginia a more just and compassionate Commonwealth.
We are also the Virginia office for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America state public policy network and are supported by Lutheran World Hunger.