save

the earth

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Our Mission

Hope in Action

Pastor Herrera

President.

  • Equity and Justice  workshops for corporations
  • Annual gala to raise funds
  • Promoting to end minority segregation in Washington DC.
  • Gay/Lesbian outreach in Washington DC

hope

for peace

  • Humanitarian needs in El Salvador
  • Help children in Houduras
  • Social Justince in Nicaragua
  • Women and LGBT right in Mexico.

help

those in need

.Discrimination and oppression  isn't seasonal, which is why our year-round team of volunteers work around the clock helping those in need with filling basic immigration documents, navigation to local government services among other services. Devote an afternoon taking calls from our hotline and see first-hand the people we help daily.

Our Outreach team in Latin America needs your help immediately.  Make your contribution now.

Volunteers in action

2015 Thanksgiving dinner large number of people gathered together at our headquarters in Washington, DC. Where volunteers, activists and constituents enjoyed of the festivities in an ambiance of equity and camaraderie.

Find your inner power by helping others

The founders of Global Community in Action devote their energy to passionately advocate for the oppressed, discriminated and needy under-represented members of our global family. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time.

Miram Tejada

Public Relations Director.

Meet Our Team

Consuelo Palacios

Director of Central American Affairs

 Reach Out

 Work with members in your  community and make a  difference

Alexander Goznalez

Director of Social Media and LGTB Affairs.

Let's put an end to oppression, injustice and bigotry world-wide!

Locally, nationally and internationally, Global Community in Action is a vocal advocate for the discriminated and displaced. Work to build tolerant societies, with the support of all its citizens.  Strengthen and promote human rights and diversity among its citizens to help support democratically elected governments

George Mendel

Vice-President

Urgent Projects