Director of Network Coordination

Appleseed is hiring for a new staff position in Washington, DC!
Find the Director of Network Coordination Position Description and application instructions here.

Sending Money:
The Path Forward

Landmark federal safeguards adopted in 2013 are protecting money sent abroad and the U.S. residents who send it, resulting in a stronger economy at home, according to a new survey just released by the Appleseed Network. Learn more about the study and findings and download or share a copy of the report.

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Fighting School Segregation, 21st-Century Style

As more whites and affluent people move into cities–even as more people of color and low-income families move to the suburbs–there is a growing need to confront school segregation, 21st-century style. Read on to learn about how New York Appleseed, along with Orrick,Herrington & Sutcliffe and community stakeholders have been advocating for a pro-inclusion admissions plan for Brooklyn’s schools.

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The Appleseed Difference:
Remittance Prices
Going Down

Learn more about Appleseed’s fight for fair pricing of remittances-
money sent by immigrants to family and friends back home,
a poverty-busting tool that can make a huge difference
in helping hard-pressed families build better lives.
This year has seen a parade of positive steps that vindicate Appleseed’s hard work.

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A New Executive Director at Massachusetts Appleseed

Appleseed continues to attract top talent to its centers across the country. This summer, the Massachusetts Appleseed Center for Law and Justice chose a new leader: Deborah Silva, a rising star in the Bay State legal reform world. A Massachusetts native, Deborah got... read more

What Is Appleseed?

Appleseed organizes, supports and connects Appleseed Centers. It provides start-up funding and staffing assistance, and recruits leadership to get new Centers off the ground. Additionally, Appleseed identifies and secures funding for local Centers and organizes them around national collaborative projects in its core issue areas of education, financial access, and immigrant rights. On an ongoing basis, Appleseed helps promote Center work, serves as a clearinghouse, and provides training and technical assistance, particularly in the areas of communications and development.

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We Believe

We believe that all people–whether they have long lived here or recently arrived–should be treated with fairness and justice. We must provide genuine opportunity for all–through excellent public education, access to public and private institutions on fair terms, and diverse, healthy neighborhoods. We believe that our connections, our research, our persuasive power, and our claims to justice improve society. We believe we can change our communities, our companies, our country and the world for the better.

Appleseed’s Model of Advocacy

Through engagement with our pro bono partners to conduct research and recommend practical solutions, our advocacy addresses those who have the power to ensure the following

— government advances the public interest,
— corporations treat consumers fairly and
— all can exercise rights and enjoy real opportunities.

Appleseed and our network of Centers identify barriers to opportunities and justice.

We are an effective, evidence-based advocacy organization whose victories secure lasting access to opportunity and justice for all.

We tackle tough problems, fill important gaps, and are reliable and accurate. We present the case for important changes and translate idealism into pragmatic solutions.

We provide meaningful, skills-based ways to get involved. We ask for a thicker form of civic engagement than donating occasionally or signing a letter that may never be delivered.