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Membership Renewals



2014-2015 MEMBERSHIP YEAR

Click here to renew your membership online.
*For members in good standing who want to renew: Based on our new membership calendar, we are offering discounted dues through this membership year if you renew before December 1st. Click the membership renewal link for more information. 

New Member Applications 



New Membership Application for October 1, 2014– June 30, 2015 Membership Year
Please click here to apply online.

If you have questions, contact, at (916) 444.7163 or e-mail: info@cpedv.org. 


CALIFORNIA PARTNERSHIP TO END DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
 

Membership Benefits


Domestic violence professionals often have enough to do just to provide direct services to people in need in their communities, and have no additional resources to work on change at the state or federal level. Those professionals and their organizations know that the Partnership has its eye on the bigger picture and is working to advance domestic violence advocacy across the state.

By joining with the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence, we’re smarter, stronger, and more effective in ending domestic violence in California. The Partnership’s benefits of membership span a wide range of services, but are not limited to:

Communications – Media advocacy and public engagement, sample resolutions, sample letters to the editor and op-eds, website, social media (Facebook and Twitter), listservs for legal advocates and attorneys, shelter staff, finance directors, and regional announcements, Information and Updates, awareness month toolkits, prevention and economic empowerment blogs, and more.


Leadership and Professional Development – Participate in leadership roles at regional and statewide capacity including Board of Director positions and PPRC membership; peer networking for shelter managers, bilingual/bicultural advocates, prevention programs, and children’s advocates, knowledge sharing and more.

Education and Training – Accessible webinars on a variety of topics including new laws, housing rights, economic empowerment, confidentiality, protections and legal advocacy for immigrant survivors, co-occurring issues mental health and substance abuse, language access, and more;  Continuing Education Credits and MCLEs, and more.

Reciprocal Expertise – Technical assistance on Domestic violence, dating violence, human trafficking, stalking, sexual assault, criminal and civil legal systems, family court and custody issues, underserved populations, Coordinated Community Response, best practices, and organizational development, and more.

The California Partnership to End Domestic Violence believes that by sharing expertise, advocates and legislators can end domestic violence. Every day we inspire, inform and connect all of those working on this issue, because together we’re stronger.

 

Membership Levels

PARTNERSHIP MEMBERSHIP LEVELS
 Level Definition / Eligibility Votes DV Program Budget Dues
Level 1:
Shelter-based DV  Programs
A. 501(c)(3) organizations; and
B. Serve DV victims/survivors in California; and
C. Domestic violence shelter-based programs, as described in Section 18294 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
10

$0-$500,000

$250
$500,001-$1,000,000

$500

$1,000,001-$2,499,999 $750
$2,500,000+ $1,000
Level 2: Victim Services & Advocacy Programs A. Non-governmental programs, organizations and entities; and
B. Serve DV victims/survivors in California; or
C. Programs that directly benefit domestic violence victims/survivors and their children through:
     1) The provision of direct crisis intervention, advocacy and/or support services to DV victims and children; or
     2) Multi-disciplinary groups that coordinate services and advocate for resources/systems changes; or
     3) The delivery of DV prevention education programs.
4 $0-$1,000,000 $250
1,000,001-$2,499,999 $500
$2,500,000+ $750
Level 3 A. Individuals 1 Students $25
Other Individuals $50
Level 4 A. Allied agencies, organizations, programs, and
B. Support CPEDV’s Vision and Mission.
0   Minimum of $100


KEY DATES FOR RENEWALS
•  October 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015: The Partnership’s 2014 Membership Year
•  September, 2014: 1st Renewal Invoice for 2014-2015 Membership Year
•  October, 2014: 2nd Renewal Invoice for 2014 Membership Year sent
•  November, 2014: 3rd & Final Renewal Invoice for 2014 Membership Year sent
•  December 1, 2014: Deadline for Membership Renewals for 2014 Membership Year*

*Any membership applications received after this date will be processed as new members.