Member Benefits

 Become a member today!

Heading: NCCADV Membership. Membership benefits: Free access to trainings from NCCADV Training Program; Tailored technical assistance on a variety of topics; NCCADV members-only communications; Networking and peer learning opportunities, convened by NCCADV; Discounted registration fee for NCCADV Biennial Conference; Access to NCCADV's resource library including toolkits, quick guides, awareness materials, tip sheets, and more! Types of Membership: Domestic Violence Agency, .1% of annual DV budget; Community Partner, $80; Campus, Tier I $150, Tier II $350, Tier III $500; Individual & Student, pay-what-you-can $5-50. Culturally-Specific Organizations: Culturally-specific organizations receive discounted membership fees using a pay-what-you-can structure. Includes organizations, campuses, and other entities that are rooted in and primarily serve historically marginalized communities (specifically those underrepresented in DV services). NCCADV convenes additional networking and peer learning opportunities solely for members who are culturally-specific organizations. For more information about becoming an NCCADV member, visit www.nccadv.org/membership, or reach out to Natalie Pickett, Member Services Coordinator, at npickett@nccadv.org

Importance of NCCADV Membership in Systems Change

Your membership dues allow NCCADV staff to engage in systems advocacy, prevention and public policy work, while furthering NCCADV efforts to incorporate a social justice lens into the larger IPV movement. Dues also support NCCADV’s involvement in various taskforces and committees on behalf of our members to bring the voices of survivors to the table. Through this work, we are able to create positive change that will impact survivors and the organizations that serve them. Member dues help support the systems advocacy, prevention, and public policy work that assists survivors of domestic violence in North Carolina and the programs that serve them.

NCCADV Offers FOUR Types of Memberships:

 

Membership fee can be paid in full, on monthly payment plan, or on a quarterly payment plan. Additionally, if affording the membership fee is a barrier for you or your organization to become a member, please don't hesitate to contact Natalie Pickett, Member Services Specialist at npickett@nccadv.org to discuss how NCCADV membership can be more accessible for you. 

Become a member today!

If you have questions about membership or benefits, please contact Natalie Pickett, Member Services Coordinator at npickett@nccadv.org.