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Membership

By joining the Partnership, you become part of a mighty movement.

“Membership has provided me with the opportunity to have a voice regarding state law and policy that affects my community and the victims we serve. Through legislative advocacy, I have discovered powerful new ways to assist my clients and collaborate with colleagues across the state.” – Adam Dodge, Legal Director, Laura’s House

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California has a mighty movement dedicated to ending domestic violence in our state—and it’s further strengthened when social justice leaders across issue areas and California communities join us. If you share our vision of a California full of healthy, respectful relationships, we invite you to take action alongside our network of over 1,000 advocates, organizations and allied individuals throughout the state. Click here to view the Partnership’s regional membership map.

Member Types and Eligibility

To be eligible to be a member of the Partnership, you must live in or (if an organization) be headquartered in California. Additionally, all members agree to support the Partnership’s Mission and Values.

The Partnership offers Organizational and Individual memberships.

 

 

  • We have two levels of Organizational Members:
    • Level 1 = Primary Purpose domestic violence organizations, programs and projects
    • Level 2 = Allied organizations, programs, projects and groups
  • With an Organizational membership, everyone who works or volunteers for the organization (including Board members) is eligible for an account and full access to Member benefits.
  • Additionally, Organizational members are included on the Partnership’s searchable Resources page.
  • Dues are based on an organization’s budget and size, with dues ranging from $100 to $1000. 

 

 

  • Dues for an Individual member are $50 per year, with reduced rates for survivors, students, and retired advocates.
  • An Individual Membership remains with the individual who applied and is non-transferable. 

 

If you are a current Member of the Partnership, renewal is now open for the 2018-2019 year. Please renew now!

 

Why Join?

The Policy Team’s advocacy is instrumental in securing federal funding and passing bills that address the needs of survivors and prevent domestic violence. 

  • Participate in grassroots activism to change public policy and ensure your voice is heard at the Capitol.
  • Gain access to a robust network of advocates, attorneys, legislators, and educators.

The Communications Team keeps you apprised on the latest information in our movement, and provides you with innovative communications toolkits that support your community engagement efforts.

  • Get weekly national and statewide updates on news, events, funding and trainings.
  • Receive social and traditional media resources for awareness months and timely issues.

The Capacity Building Team acts on critical issues in our movement, organizing educational events for you to engage in challenges, opportunities, and transitions.

  • Learn, grow, and network through discounted rates and travel assistance for Partnership events and trainings.

 

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