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Washington Interfaith Network (WIN), founded in 1996, is a broad-based, multi-racial, multi-faith, strictly non-partisan, District-wide citizens’ power organization, rooted in local congregations and associations. WIN is committed to training and developing neighborhood leaders, to addressing community issues, and to holding elected and corporate officials accountable in Washington, DC. WIN’s 48 dues-paying members represent 25,000 families in every section of the District and reflect its theological, racial, geographic, and economic diversity.

WIN seeks to create long-term power: a broad and united front of organized institutions—organized people and organized money–acting consistently and persistently for change on multiple issues at the local and city-wide levels. WIN engages leaders across the divides of race, culture, income, faith, and/or neighborhood to initiate public action on their issues (e.g. affordable housing, public safety, youth, etc.) and to partner with and hold the government and corporate sectors accountable for addressing these issues.

WIN accomplishes this through institutional organizing, which entails:
  • Developing core organizing teams in member institutions, who are trained to identify new leaders and surface issues for potential action;
  • House-meeting campaigns, to develop relationships, identify leaders and issues and develop a constituency of people willing to do the work necessary to take public action;
  • Research Actions, to develop, among a broad group of leaders, the knowledge and expertise around an issue to make action effective and meaningful;
  • Action, bringing public pressure to bear on the person or persons with the authority to make a decision for a specific change on a specific issue; and
  • Evaluation, assessing what leaders have learned from their experience to help them grow as public leaders and to inform future organizing.
  • Leadership Development & Training,   identifying, training, and deploying into action hundreds of DC leaders each year to take action on issues that affect their lives. WIN believes in the Iron Rule: “Never do for others what they can do for themselves, never.” WIN and IAF sponsor leadership training institutes 5-8 times per year, training leaders in the principles of broad-based organizing: how to build power, how to negotiate an effective action agreement to address issues, and how to hold officials accountable for taking action on their promises.
  • Ownership. WIN member organizations and volunteer leaders do the work of WIN—organizing, public negotiation, issue identification, strategy development and ratification. Organizers are teachers. WIN leaders give thousands of volunteer hours per year that produce significant change in DC. They support the organization with membership dues: $100,000 in 2012. Each member institution pays annual dues ($10 for each regularly contributing member; Minimum dues: $1,000 and Maximum dues: $15,000) to support WIN.
WIN is also supported financially by national and local businesses, foundations, individuals and other grantors who recognize the unique service WIN provides the Washington, DC area.  WIN is registered in DC as a not-for-profit corporation and has been designated by the US Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) organization for income tax purposes.  WIN is entirely non-partisan, supports no party or candidate, and accepts no financial support from any level of government for its operations.