Communities for a New California Action Fund (CNC Action) is a left-of-center advocacy organization active in California’s San Joaquin Valley, Central Coast, Coachella Valley, and Imperial Valley regions. CNC Action is the political advocacy arm of the nonprofit Communities for a New California Education Fund. 
Founded in 2011 by Pablo Rodriguez, CNC Action promotes left-of-center economic, social, and environmental policies within the state of California, primarily through voter engagement initiatives in the San Joaquin and Coachella Valleys.  
CNC Action targets infrequent and unregistered voters through phone banking and canvassing in order to increase voter turnout, especially among foreign-born voters who make up a large percentage of the San Joaquin and Coachella Valley.   CNC Action claims to have engaged 150,000 voters in 2016, 200,000 voters in 2018, and 250,000 voters in 2020. 
Aside from its work on voter initiatives, CNC Action has promoted a left-of-center policy agenda. CNC Action supports a number of left-of-center social policy initiatives, including expanding government-funded healthcare programs and banning pesticides. 
CNC Action has promoted Proposition 16, a 2020 ballot initiative which would amend the California state constitution in order to allow government institutions to provide preferential treatment to employees on the basis of race and sex, repealing a 1996 proposition that banned this treatment. 
CNC Action has also advocated for left-of-center financial policies, including supporting California Proposition 15 to increase property taxes on businesses operating in the state.  Aside from promoting tax increases, CNC Action has also advocated for increased government spending on local parks and public-school recreational programs.