About WIN

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.

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Recent Actions

Circulator Contract Passes with Some Key Commitments to Workers!

DC Council passed a $140M, 5-year contract with RAPT Dev for maintenance and operation of the DC Circulator buses. WIN, because of your work in alliance with ATU 1764, a multinational corporation was forced to think about a local workforce’s wages and benefits, and DC Council and DDOT had to face the destructive effects of privatization on […]

CityWide Action with Council Chair Candidates

WIN leaders from across the city came together with both of the DC Council Chair Candidates to demand action on issues of jobs, transit, immigration, and affordable housing.

304+ Person Ward 1 Candidate Action

On april 26th, 2018, the team in wards 1 & 4 packed the basement of Sacred Heart Catholic Church with 304 people and 6 candidates for ward 1 council person. Ward 1 is the most diverse ward in the city and the turnout reflected that diversity!

In the News

How can the D.C. region absorb an Amazon headquarters if it can’t cope now with gridlock and housing costs?

Stephanie Landrum, a leader of Alexandria’s quest to lure Amazon.com’s second headquarters to the city, promises that a proposed site in Potomac Yard could handle an influx of up to 50,000 jobs.

Bus drivers, allies make a case for putting D.C. Circulator under city control

Two years after winning a major fight for wage increases, D.C. Circulator drivers are on a bigger mission: to persuade the District to municipalize the popular $1-a-ride bus system.

D.C. Circulator operations contract going to a new provider

The District plans to award a five-year, $140 million contract for the operation of the D.C. Circulator to RATP Dev, a provider of transit systems in cities across four continents, including Washington, where it runs the D.C. Streetcar.