Campaign Endorsements


We seek organizations, unions, businesses, religious institutions, and public officials to publicly endorse the campaign for unmarked driver’s license for undocumented Pennsylvanians. The names of endorsing institutions will be listed under “Campaign endorsement” in our materials, including press releases, legislative visits, social media, and educational materials. There is no financial obligation or commitment to do on-going campaign work. You can access the endorsement form here.

In addition to the below endorsements, over 220 Pennsylvania clergy have endorsed the campaign in addition to over 3,000 people of faith across the Commonwealth. We are also seeking formal endorsements from religious denominations. To sign a petition to urge your denomination to endorse the campaign, click here.

Public Officials

Philadelphia Mayor’s Office on Immigration and Multicultural Affairs

Maria Quinones Sanchez, Philadelphia City Councilwoman

Helen Gym, Philadelphia City Councilwoman At-Large


American Immigration Lawyer’s Association – Philadelphia Chapter

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Pennsylvania

Community Legal Services – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

La Puerta Abierta/The Open Door

HIAS Pennsylvania – Southeastern Pennsylvania

Pittsburg Labor Council of Latin American Advancement

Indochinese American Council – Philadelphia, PA

Asian Americans United

CASA – York, PA

Make the Road PA – Reading, Pa

New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia

Movimiento Inmigrante de Lideres en Pennsylvania (MILPA)

Keystone Progress – Pennsylvania state-wide

Grupo de Apoyo e Integración Hispanoamericano – Allentown, PA

Victim/Witness Services of South Philadelphia, Inc. – Philadelphia, PA

Casa de la Cultura – Gettysburg, PA

Pennsylvania Immigration & Citizenship Coalition (PICC) – Pennsylvania state-wide

Coalition of African Communities in Philadelphia (AFRICOM) – Philadelphia, PA

The Aquinas Center – Philadelphia, PA

1 Love Movement – Philadelphia, PA

Friends of Farmworkers – Pennsylvania state-wide

Nationalities Services Center – Philadelphia, PA

Japanese American Citizens League – Pennsylvania chapter of national organization

Migrant Power Movement – Southeastern PA

Kairos Center for Religions, Rights, and Social Justice

Put People First PA – Pennsylvania state-wide

Decarcerate PA – Pennsylvania state-wide

Case San Jose – Pittsburgh, PA

Ceiba – Philadelphia, PA

Grupo Folklorico Mexicano XOCHIQUETZAL – Nazareth, PA  

Religious Institutions

The Eastern PA Conference of the United Methodist Church

Erie Benedictines for Peace – Erie, PA

Kol Tzedek Synagogue – Philadelphia

Jewish Social Policy Action Network

Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Advocacy Network (UUPLAN) – Pennsylvania state-wide

Sisters of Saint Joseph for Chestnut Hill – Philadelphia, PA

Sisters of St. Joseph Baden – Western Pennsylvania

Sisters of St. Joseph of Northwestern Pennsylvania

Mennonite Central Committee – East Coast


Carmona Construction and Cleaning Services – Philadelphia, PA

La Olanchana Honduran Restaurant – Philadelphia, PA

Mixtequita Poblana Restaurant – Philadelphia, PA

La Perla Tapatia Restaurant – Easton, PA