About CASA in Action
With over 122,000 lifetime Latino, immigrant, and working class members, the CASA family of organizations (CASA (c3), CASA in Action (c4), and CASA in Action PAC) is the foremost Latino and immigrant organization in the mid-Atlantic region and a national leader in supporting immigrant families and ensuring that all individuals have the core supports necessary for full participation in society.
CASA in Action endorses candidates that advance its membership’s priorities and facilitates greater engagement of Latinos and voters of color in elections.
CASA in Action is an individual membership organization with a member base in Pennsylvania as well as Virginia and Maryland, and is one of the few organizations in the country to amass real funding from member contributions to conduct political work.
Our executive board is fully member-led and comprised of community activists – working class immigrants who are part of the organization’s member committees throughout all of our jurisdictions. Board members decide who we support, connecting our electoral program to our local campaign priorities.
About CASA in Action PAC
In 2018, we launched CASA in Action PAC, a sister organization to CASA in Action, to further expand our capacity to impact elections and grow political power. Together, CASA in Action together with CASA in Action PAC have mobilized thousands of Latinos and other voters of color to the polls through targeted data-driven electoral programs throughout Maryland, Northern Virginia and South Central Pennsylvania. For the 2018 midterm elections, CASA in Action, together with CASA in Action PAC, conducted their largest electoral program to date, hiring over 200 staff, branching staging offices and simultaneous programming in 8 counties throughout our 3 states.
If you just got endorsed by the CASA in Action Board of Directors, congratulations! Find helpful tools for the announcement, which should be made after CASA in Action makes the news public. Please be cautious about describing this endorsement as being from CASA in Action, which is a c4 organization. Occasionally, candidates list our sister organization CASA by mistake. CASA is a c3 organization and does not endorse candidates. And if for any reason you need to describe our organization, you can describe it as follows:
With more than 122,000+ lifetime members, CASA in Action is the foremost Latino and immigrant organization in the Mid-Atlantic region and a national leader in supporting immigrant families and ensuring that all individuals have the core supports necessary for full participation in society.