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The Mobilize the Immigrant Vote (MIV) California Collaborative was started in 2004 as the first-ever statewide campaign in California to organize a multi-ethnic coalition of community-based organizations working within immigrant communities and building their capacity to register, educate, and mobilize their constituents for electoral participation.

MIV is a non-partisan organization that follows all of the legal guidelines for 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations.

The MIV Campaign is staffed and governed by a Coordinating Committee made up of five coalitions and coalition-conveners: the California Partnership (CAP); the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA); the Korean Resource Center (KRC); Chinese Progressive Association (CPA) ; and Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN).

The heart and soul of our campaign are the 100-plus community-based organizations across California that participate in MIV's annual campaigns. Our current campaign partners are:

MIV General Campaign Partners*

  • 9 to 5 Los Angeles
  • ACLU of Southern California
  • ACCE San Diego
  • ACCE Inland Empire
  • AKAMAC
  • All of Us or None - San Diego
  • Asian Pacific American Legal Center (APALC)
  • Arab Resource and Organizing Center
  • Asian Americans for Community Involvement
  • Asian Communities for Reproductive Justice
  • Asian Immigrant Women Advocates
  • Asian Law Alliance
  • Asian Law Caucus
  • Asian Pacific Environmental Network
  • Bay Area Iranian-American Voter Association
  • Bay Area Parent Leadership Action Network (PLAN)
  • Bienestar
  • Californians for Justice
  • California Immigrant Policy Center
  • California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation
  • Caminos - Pathways Learning Center
  • Canal Alliance
  • California Partnership (CAP)
  • CARECEN
  • Catholic Charities
  • Catholic Charities of Diocese of Santa Rosa
  • CAUSE - Central Coast Organizing Project
  • Center for Political Education
  • Centro Bellas Artes
  • Centro La Familia Advocacy
  • Cesar E. Chavez Foundation
  • CET Immigration & Citizenship Program
  • CHAM Deliverance Ministry
  • Chinatown Community Development Center
  • Chinese for Affirmative Action
  • Chinese Progressive Association
  • Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)
  • Church of Peace
  • Coalition LA
  • Coastside Hope
  • Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth
  • Comite Informativo de Madera
  • Community Coalition
  • Community Justice Network for Youth
  • Contra Costa Interfaith Supporting Community Organization
  • Day Worker Center of Mountain View
  • Dolores Street Community Services / Mission SRO Collaborative
  • East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy
  • East Bay Sanctuary Covenant
  • Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
  • Esperanza Community Housing Corporation
  • Exbraceros del Norte 1942-1964
  • Family Bridges, Inc.
  • Filipino Community Center
  • Filipinos for Affirmative Action
  • Fresno Center for New Americans
  • Good Samaritans of the East Bay
  • Grace Urban Ministries
  • Grassroots Leadership Network of Marin
  • Hermandad Mexicana Transnacional
  • Homeless Health Care Los Angeles
  • IDEAS at Mt. Sac
  • Immigrant Legal Resource Center
  • Independent Living Resource Center
  • InnerCity Struggles
  • International Institute of the Bay Area
  • International Institute of the Bay Area - Youth Cares
  • International Institute of the Bay Area - San Mateo Office
  • JBC Radio
  • John XXIII Multi-services Center
  • Khmer Girls in Action
  • Korean American Community Association of Sacramento
  • Korean American Senior Citizens Mutual Club
  • Korean Community Center of the East Bay
  • Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance
  • L.A. Coalition to End Hunger and Homelessness
  • L.A. School of Global Studies
  • Labor/Community Strategy Center and the Bus Riders Union
  • Latinos y Latinas en Accion - Mid-City CAN
  • Libreria del Pueblo
  • Lifetime
  • Little Tokyo Service Center
  • Maternal and Child Health Access
  • Mesa de la Comunidad Mountain View
  • Mid-City CAN
  • Movement Strategy Center
  • Mujeres Unidas y Activas (MUA)
  • National Korean American Service & Education
  • Consortium (NAKASEC)
  • Narika
  • National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR)
  • No on the 6 Campaign
  • Nuestra Casa
  • Orange County Korean-U.S. Citizens League
  • Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA)
  • Offices of Human Relations, IRIS
  • Our Lady Queen of Angels Church
  • Pacoima Beautiful
  • Parents Organized for Westside Renewal (POWER)
  • Pilipino Workers Center of Southern California
  • Planned Parenthood Mar Monte
  • Planned Parenthood of San Diego and Riverside
  • PODER
  • Pomona Day Laborer Center
  • Priority African Network
  • Progressive Jewish Alliance
  • PUEBLO
  • Quetzal Services
  • Riverside Latino Voter Project
  • Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment
  • S.U.R.G.E. at CSULA
  • San Diego Housing Federation
  • San Jose Conservation Corps and Charter School
  • Santa Cruz County Immigration Project
  • Silverlake Hollywood Echo Park Metropolitan Alliance (SHEPMA)
  • SOMCAN
  • Somos Mayfair
  • St. Margaret's Center / Catholic Charities
  • Students for Equality in Education
  • Supportive Parents Informative Network
  • Teatro Vision
  • The Beck Law Group
  • The Wall Las Memorias
  • Union de Exbraceros y de Inmigrantes
  • VOICES at GCC
  • Watsonville Brown Berets
  • Welfare Warriors
  • Whistlestop
  • Youth United for Community Action

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  • We apologize for any accidental omissions.
  • The partner organizations listed above do not necessarily endorse MIV's formal positions on ballot measures or policy proposals.

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Funders

We would like to thank all of our current investors including the Akonadi Foundation, The California Endowment, Ettinger Foundation, Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Foundation, Four Freedoms Fund, French American Charitable Trust, Mitchell Kapor Foundation, Ms. Foundation, PowerPAC/Open Society Foundations, Rosenberg Foundation, San Francisco Foundation, and Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program at Shelter Rock.

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