CAPI’s theory of change seeks to ultimately advance the social, economic, and political status of Hennepin County immigrants and U.S.-born communities of color through three integrated units including Basic Needs, Economic Empowerment, and Civic Engagement. Basic Needs programming provides direct resources (i.e., Food Shelf, senior programming, etc.), assists people in securing public benefits that they are eligible for (to enhance their economic position), and connects participants to CAPI’s economic empowerment and civic engagement programming to build wealth and affect social and economic change. Economic Empowerment programming (i.e., MFIP, Career Pathways, Financial Empowerment Services) are designed to increase participant’s income and wealth. Civic Engagement programming (i.e., IMAP Coalition, Twin Cities World Refugee Day, systems advocacy, etc.) seeks to elevate the voices of immigrant populations, develop leaders, and connect people to the community.