Civic Action Network

Providing grants and gatherings for immigrant civic participation

Strengthening the participation and decision-making power of immigrant communities across California's Central Valley, the Civic Action Network (CAN) fosters the development of a diverse network of people and organizations to tackle local and regional problems.

The Delhi Parent Leadership Program

The vision of the Delhi Parent Leadership Program is to teach participants how to improve their child’s success in school, participating in their child’s education to reach higher academic opportunities, and to establish relationships with public and school officials to help them in the improvement of their child’s education.

La Vision del programa de Liderazgo de Padres de Delhi que el participante aprenda como mejorar el exito de su hijo en la escuela, participando en su educacion para que logre mejores oportunidades academicas, y que establesca relaciones con representantes publicos y escolares para que le ayude a abogar y encontrar soluciones para el mejoramiento educativo de su hijo.


Immigrant Rights Organizing Program

The Immigrant Rights Organizing Program (IROP) strengthens the voice of Central Valley immigrants in shaping the policies that have a dramatic effect on their families and communities.

Youth Justice Institute


Central Valley Youth Organizing Conference
October 25-26, 2003
Fresno State, University Center

Hook up to organizing skills, tools and tactics.
Build with youth activists across the state.
Strategize on how to expand the movement for youth justice in your region and throughout California.

Tamejavi Cultural Exchange Project

It is through culture and the arts that young people gain a sense of pride in their heritage, elders pass on traditions, and diverse communities find ways to communicate across divides.

Central Valley Civic Leadership Award

The Central Valley Civic Leadership Award honors exemplary leadership in fostering immigrant, migrant, and refugee civic engagement.

The Opportunity Fund

Assisting the Central Valley Partnership for Citizenship in engaging immigrants, migrants, and refugees in the civic life of California’s Central Valley, the Opportunity Fund provides the means for partners to grasp unforeseen collaborative opportunities as they arise.

Our History

Since 1996, CVP partners have launched campaigns and implemented programs to assist migrants, immigrants, and refugees organizing to claim their rightful place in the civic, cultural, and economic life of the Valley. The CVP supports Valley communities working together to achieve social and institutional change - change that provides the opportunity for all who reside in the Valley to live in dignity and good health, participate fully in decisions that affect their lives, and assume the rights and responsibilities of citizenship in its broadest sense.