Unbound, in its journalistic advocacy of justice, provides a network of campaigns for your engagement. We seek, first, to provide you with a variety of opportunities to get involved, and secondly, to forge a matrix of tightly collaborating organizations. Why? Because we are stronger when we work together. Because we are wiser when we think and talk together. Because we are more effective when we strategize together. And because we are better Christians when we minister together. One body of Christ, one people, for radical love, justice, and community. Get involved today!


Drug Rehab is a web resource developed to assist those looking for information and help related to drug abuse, alcohol addiction, and related struggles/disorders.

  • In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness month, Drug Rehab has created a guide about the correlation between domestic violence and substance abuse. The guide examines patterns of domestic violence, substance abuse, and barriers to treatment; it also includes additional resources for victims.
  • To further assist those who need help with sobriety, Drug Rehab has developed a downloadable e-book. This serves as a recovery workbook, featuring tips for managing time and stress, information on coping skills, and a relapse prevention plan.
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Creation Justice Ministries
Creation Justice Ministries, an ecumenical organization, offers Christian education resources for use by churches year-round.  Each year, Creation Justice Ministries releases a new Christian education resource in advance of Earth Day Sunday.

  • Creation Justice Ministries’ 2017 Christian education resource, “Environmental Justice with Indigenous Peoples,” is a good tool for recognizing Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples Day in October.
  • Please also mark your calendar for Earth Day Sunday 2018, on April 22. The 2018 theme will be “Sense of Place” and the curriculum landing page will be located at
  • Creation Justice Ministries’ resources are available for free, and are jointly supported by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Presbyterian Hunger Program, and grassroots free-will donations

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The Campaign for Fair Food
The Campaign for Fair Food calls upon major food buyers to end poverty and modern slavery in the Florida fields by working in partnership with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW), a human rights award-winning farmworker organization in Immokalee, FL. The Campaign is supported by religious, human rights, student, and sustainable food organizations across the nation, including the PC(USA).


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Healthcare-NOW! is a grassroots organization that addresses the health insurance crisis in the U.S. by educating and advocating for the passage of single-payer healthcare legislation, such as HR 676. It supports building the movement necessary to implement a publicly-funded, single-payer healthcare system that is universal, equitable, transparent, accountable, comprehensive, and that removes financial and other barriers to the right to health.


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Photo by deo koe

Enough for Everyone
Enough for Everyone is a ministry of the Presbyterian Hunger Program (PHP) working with congregations and partners around the globe to alleviate hunger and eliminate its causes.


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People Improving Communities through Organizing (PICO)
PICO is a national network of faith-based community organizations working to create innovative solutions to problems facing urban, suburban and rural communities. Since 1972 PICO has successfully worked to increase access to health care, improve public schools, make neighborhoods safer, build affordable housing, redevelop communities and revitalize democracy.


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PHEWA: Presbyterian Health, Education, and Welfare Association
Through its ten member networks, PHEWA equips individuals and communities for lives of dignity and hope through educational resources, peer support, and public advocacy. Member networks include Pres­by­te­ri­ans for Addic­tion Action (PAA), Pres­by­ter­ian Asso­ci­a­tion for Com­mu­nity Trans­for­ma­tion (PACT), Pres­by­te­ri­ans Against Domes­tic Vio­lence Net­work (PADVN), Pres­by­ter­ian AIDS Net­work (PAN), Pres­by­te­ri­ans Affirm­ing Repro­duc­tive Options (PARO), Pres­by­ter­ian Asso­ci­a­tion of Spe­cial­ized Pas­toral Min­istries (PASPM), Pres­by­ter­ian Child Advo­cacy Net­work (PCAN), Pres­by­te­ri­ans for Dis­abil­ity Con­cerns (PDC), Pres­by­ter­ian Health Net­work (PHN), and Pres­by­ter­ian Seri­ous Men­tal Ill­ness Net­work (PSMIN).


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Photo by M. Nota

Faithful Budget Campaign, National Council of Churches Poverty Initiative
As an interfaith coalition, the “Faithful Budget” campaign, prays and works to protect U.S. federal programs that serve people living in poverty. All across the country, faith communities are uniting to pray and ask Congress for a just and compassionate federal budget that puts the “least of these” first.

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