About Us

NBOP

We are a power organization. – in collaboration with working people, congregations, environmentalists, neighborhood organizations, young Latino professionals, youth who are eager to lead, but lack venues, progressive organizations, immigrant rights organizations and unions — we seek effective ways to address the divide. We know that no matter how hard poor people work without organizing […]

Members & Affiliates

members

Our member organizations are comprised of a wide base of causes and demographics. We span across California.

Regional Equity

North Bay Organizing Project

Regional equity is a movement that has emerged over the last decade that is beginning to redefine urban politics and to articulate a new approach to economic and community development. Faith and community based organizing networks such as the Gamaliel Foundation and labor organizations such as Working Partnerships USA and the South Bay Labor Council […]

 February 2017

Sunday 2/26/2017  —  Schools as Safe Havens Forum: 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Piner High School — 1700 Fulton Road, Santa Rosa 
For details visit the Facebook event page for the forum, at   https://www.facebook.com/events/1186283731492353/ 
Monday 2/27/2017  —  Joint meeting of  Transit Riders United  —  Tenant Protections Task Force — and NBOP Integrated Voter Registration Project: 6:00-7:30 pm  
First Congregational United Church of Christ — 2000 Humboldt Street, Santa Rosa All participants will meet  together briefly, separate out into separate breakout groups to work on their own issue campaigns, and then reconvene for a report-back and joint discussion of common issues and plans.

 March 2017


Saturday 3/04/2017 — First Precinct Walk  in RIGHT TO A ROOF Campaign:  10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Meet at First Congregational United Church of Christ — 2000 Humboldt Street, Santa Rosa
Saturday 3/04/2017 — RIGHT TO A ROOF Campaign Launch Party:  7:00 to 10:00 pm 
Arlene Francis Center — 99 6th Street, Santa Rosa
Kick off our campaign to win voter approval of Santa Rosa's Rent Stabilization Ordinance
Tuesday 3/07/2017 — DINE WITH US  fundraiser for NBOP - 5:00 -8:30 pm
Sazon Peruvian Cuisine — 1129 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa
15% of your meal price will go to NBOP.
RSVP HERE .
 Monday 3/13/2017 - Joint All-Task Force Meeting: 6:00-7:30 pm 
First Congregational United Church of Christ — 2000 Humboldt Street, Santa Rosa
NBOP's Education Justce Task Force,  Tenant Protections Task Force, Transit Riders United, and Integrated Voter Registration Campaign will meet  together briefly, separate out into separate breakout groups to work on their own issue campaigns, and then reconvene for a report-back and joint discussion of common issues and plans.  
Thursday 3/16/2017 —  NBOP Leadership Council Meeting:  6:00 - 7:30 pm
First Congregational United Church of Christ — 2000 Humboldt Street, Santa Rosa
 

Why NBOP?

  • NBOP leader Omar Gallardo speaking from podium

    Access to local and national leadership development programs that build collective leadership.

  • leadership

    Stronger and broader relationships that build community and provide opportunity to become engaged in policy and advocacy and organizing.

  • NBOP

    The capacity to influence public policy change and to create a public voice for working people in the North Bay.

Our Mission

Unite people to build leadership and grassroots power for social, economic, racial and environmental justice.

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North Bay Organizing Project
Box 503 | Graton, CA 95444
info@northbayop.org

Susan Shaw | Director
707.481.2970 | sshaw@northbayop.org

Davin Cardenas | Lead Organizer
707.318.2818 | dcardenas@northbayop.org