Who We Are
The Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO), founded in 1998, is a broad-based organization that works for the public good by coalescing, training, and organizing people across religious, racial, ethnic, class, and neighborhood lines. Membership consists of 60 dues-paying members in Greater Boston representing more than 107,000 individuals. GBIO organizes people and institutions at neighborhood, city, and state levels.
By engaging thousands of people in identifying important problems and using proven organizing methods to engage and develop leaders, GBIO has built and demonstrated collective strength to achieve a wide variety of goals. As times change, so, too, do the issues GBIO selects.
“We are non-ideological and pragmatic—building working relationships, based on shared interests,
across many of the lines that divide individuals and institutions.
We are also strictly non-partisan.”
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