Join a local CISPES committee

CISPES is a grassroots solidarity organization that is committed to building a base of people in the United States who support the Salvadoran people’s struggle for social and economic justice and oppose US intervention.  In order to acheive that CISPES has committees on the East and West coasts of the U. S. One of the best ways to get inovlved with CISPES is through our local committees. Below you will find a list of contact information for our committees.

Seattle:
seattle(@)cispes.org
www.seattlecispes.org

Bay Area
bayarea (@) cispes.org

Boston
boston (@) cispes.org

New York
nycispes (@) igc.org

Washington D.C.
[email protected]
202-521-2510

Los Angeles
[email protected]

Meet some of the sustainers who power our work!

"I am a CISPES supporter because continuing to fight for social justice and a more people-centered country means continuing the dream and sacrifice of thousands of my fellow Salvadorans who died for that vision.” - Padre Carlos, New York City

Join Padre Carlos by becoming a sustaining donor to CISPES today!

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