Get Involved

Bend the Arc engages people and communities throughout the United States in creating economic opportunity and promoting social justice. There are many ways to get involved, locally and nationally. We are building a national movement that pursues justice as a core expression of Jewish tradition. Please check back frequently in the days ahead as we continue to develop our website to learn the many ways that you can join us.

Take Action

Be a Leader for Voting Rights

02/05/14
Sign up to be a leader in Bend the Arc's campaign to mobilize the Jewish community behind passage of the Voting Rights Amendment Act.

Join a Video Teach-In on Voting Rights

01/29/14
Join Bend the Arc for a special video teach-in with Heather Booth at the start of our campaign to protect the right to vote for all.

In Solidarity for Immigration Reform

12/06/13
Stand in solidarity with hundreds of Jews and Muslims across the country fasting for immigration reform, and with 11 million aspiring citizens.

Fast for Immigration Reform on December 6

11/25/13
It’s time to once and for all pass true immigration reform. Please join us the day after Hannukah in fasting for comprehensive immigration reform.

Meet Our Donors

Lorraine & Victor Honig

"Social justice is important to us. We believe changes take time and cannot always be measured right away."

Events

Calendar of Events

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Apr

Passover Justice Experience

301 14th Avenue
94118 San Francisco, CA

Join us for an interactive evening that celebrates justice and freedom and encourages...

22
Apr

Freedom Summer Film Screening

474 24th Street
94612 Oakland, CA

Join us for a screening of Stanley Nelson's new documentary about the push for voting rights in...

In Your Community

Rabbis Collaborate to Spotlight Voting Rights Issues

02/10/2014

KQED interviews Rabbi Melanie Aron about the launch of Bend the Arc's voting rights campaign.

Immigration bill: For nannies and caregivers, legal status isn’t enough

07/11/2013

On June 27, the U.S. Senate approved an immigration bill that would bring 11 million people living illegally in the United States out from the shadows; should it become law, the bill would grant provisional legalized status to millions of people, including hundreds of thousands of domestic workers, offering them a path to citizenship.