Community and Faith Based Organizations

  • Broome County Council of Churches: Peace with Justice
    Meets 1st Monday, noon, contact Amy Fleming for more information 754-3621
  • Broome County Peace Action: Vigil for Peace
    Mondays – 4:30 – 5:30 PM – Federal Courthouse – Contact: Ann Clune – 773-0246
  • Binghamton Regional Sustainability Coalition 
    Building Local Living Communities For Today and Tomorrow
  • Binghamton’s The Bridge
    is a community news and events site open to progressive individuals and groups.
  • CHOW – Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse 
    A network of 30 food pantries located in Broome County Congregations and over 30 soup kitchens and community meal programs.
  • Democracy Now!
    is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
  • Other Voices, Other Choices (formerly Essential Dissent)
    promotes non-corporate political, social, and environmental news and commentary. It is a blog and an hour-long cable access TV series.
  • Global Exchange Coffee 
    is an international human rights organization dedicated to promoting social, economic and environmental justice since 1988. We are a 501 c3 registered non-profit.
  • Hunger Action Network of New York State 
    is a statewide membership organization that combines grassroots organizing at the local level with state level research, education and advocacy to address the root causes of hunger, including poverty
  • Interfaith Impact of New York State 
    is the progressive religious community’s voice for justice and peace in New York State of which UUCB is a member
  • Justice for Native Peoples
    Founded by Catholic sisters in the progressive spirit of Vatican II, NETWORK works to create a society that promotes justice and the dignity of all in the shared abundance of God’s creation.
  • Social Justice Hour:
    Thursday – 6:00-7:00 PM – – Public Access Television (Ch #4)
  • Rescue Mission
    a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending hunger and homelessness in Syracuse, Auburn, Binghamton and Ithaca.
  • Standing on the Side of Love 
    A public advocacy campaign that seeks to harness love’s power to stop oppression. it is sponsored by the unitarian universalist association and all are welcome to join.
    UUCB has a lifetime membership with the organization