In this blog post, you’ll learn more about the 4 key benefits of becoming a member of NCADV and how to decide which level matches your goals.
Membership with the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is about community, connection, and being part of a collective effort to change society’s tolerance of domestic violence. Through NCADV, members can learn more about how others are working to combat domestic violence in their communities, further their understanding and enhance their skills around supporting victims and survivors. By becoming a member, you demonstrate your commitment to creating a society where survivors have a voice, are empowered, and where abusers are held accountable for their actions. Working together, we can use our voices to advocate for legislation and policies that protect and uplift victims and survivors of domestic violence and use our skills, knowledge and compassion to provide critical resources to ensure safety and support for survivors of domestic violence.
When you become a member of NCADV, you’re joining the nation’s leading grassroots voice against domestic violence and gaining access to a variety of great benefits to help you stay connected and informed on what is most important to you:
We provide a number of vehicles for members to connect and engage with other members nationwide through …
2. WEBINARS (Members say this is their FAVORITE benefit!)
NCADV's monthly advocacy webinars explore emerging issues, insights, best practices, and research from leaders in the domestic violence field. Each webinar offers an opportunity to improve your professional skillset and knowledge base with detailed, hands-on video training, engagingly delivered to you without having to leave your desk. As long as your membership is active, webinars are free for NCADV members.
3. CONFERENCE REGISTRATION DISCOUNTS – NCADV's biennial, National Conference on Domestic Violence convenes domestic violence experts, victims, survivors and advocates from across the nation to lift and empower voices of victims and survivors and inspire action toward a culture with zero tolerance for domestic violence. Topics include victim advocacy, system response, best practices in victim service delivery and emerging issues within the field. As long as your membership is active, NCADV members receive discounted registration to the conference.
We keep advocates and allies informed with up-to-date information and strategic know-how through …
* Action Alerts
* Legislative Guide
* Safety Button Website Code
NCADV looks to build the movement through relationships with organizations whose primary mission is to provide direct services to victims and survivors of domestic violence or sexual assault, individuals supporting NCADV’s mission, as well as state and national coalitions providing technical support to DV/SA programs, other non-profit organizations, government agencies and corporations. Since each group serves a critical role in advocating and supporting victims and survivors and has different needs, NCADV has created membership levels for each: Individual, Associate and Affiliate.
Use the decision tree to discover which level of membership will serve you best!
For more information on becoming a member of NCADV, download our Member Benefits Guide or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.