It is an exciting time in California to promote strong and meaningful pro-immigrant policy priorities. We are excited by the opportunities that CIPC membership can provide in strengthening our collective voice in Sacramento.
Meet the 2014 Organizational Membership
- ACLU Berkeley/NorthEastBay
- ACLU of California
- American Immigration Lawyers Association -Northern California (AILA NorCal)
- Alliance for Justice
- American Friends Service Committee
- Anakbayan Silicon Valley
- API Equality – Los Angeles
- Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles
- Asian Law Alliance
- Asian Pacific Policy & Planning Council
- Black Alliance for Just Immigration
- Building Skills Partnership
- California Association for Bilingual Education
- California Food Policy Advocates
- California Latinas for Reproductive Justice (CLRJ)
- California Pan Ethnic Health Network
- California Primary Care Association
- California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation (CRLAF)
- Canal Alliance
- Central American Resource Center–CARECEN – Los Angeles
- Central American Resource Center–CARECEN–of Northern California
- Chinese for Affirmative Action
- Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice – California
- Community Health Partnership
- Council on American Islamic Relations – California Chapter
- Dominican Sisters of San Rafael
- East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy
- East Bay Sanctuary Covenant
- Educators for Fair Consideration
- Episcopal Diocese of California, Migration & Immigration Task Force
- Friends Committee on Legislation of California
- Full Court Press Communications
- Immigrant Rights Commission (City & County of San Francisco)
- Immigration Task Force of the California-Nevada Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church
- Justice for Immigrants Coalition of Inland Southern California
- Justice For Our Neighbors-Bay Area Immigration Taskforce
- Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA)
- L.A Community Legal Center and Educational
- Latino & Latina Roundtable of the San Gabriel & Pomona Valley
- Latino Community Foundation
- Long Beach Immigrant Rights Organization
- National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
- Northeast Valley Health Corporation
- Our Family Coalition
- PICO California
- Physicians for a National Health Program -California
- San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium
- Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN)
- Special Service for Groups
- Street Level Health Project
- Teamsters Joint Council 7
- Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto Action Council
- Unitarian Universalist Justice Ministry of California (UUJM)
- Unitarian Universalist Refugee and Immigrant Services and Education (UURISE)
- Vida Consortium
- Vision y Compromiso
- Wage Justice Center
- Workplace Justice Initiative
- World Relief Garden Grove
Become an Organizational Member!
Membership is not restricted to 501 (c)(3) organizations. You can apply and pay online or by email/fax.
APPLY/ RENEW ONLINE: Online Membership Application
APPLY/ RENEW BY EMAIL/ FAX: Download Paper Membership Application
2014 Membership is valid from Jan 1, 2015 to Dec 31, 2015. In order to receive all benefits organizations must apply by Friday, January 31, 2015.
CIPC Membership Benefits
Why Should I Become a CIPC Member?
CIPC members will demonstrate the power of immigrant communities to elected officials through our shared statewide advocacy efforts.
Legislative Tracking Page
Members will have access to a members-only page on the CIPC website that tracks a list of legislation pertinent to immigrant communities, including pro- and anti-immigrant measures. The legislative tracking page will house links to fact sheets, sample letters of support, and bill statuses in a timely manner.
Biweekly Legislative & Advocacy Updates
Members will receive biweekly email updates that include advocacy alerts, legislative updates, and other general announcements within the immigrant rights movement in California.
Members are able to share organizational updates and announcements with other members via the CIPC Members’ Google Groups Email Listserv.
Discounted Entry & Priority for Scholarships to CIPC Event
In 2013, CIPC provided discounted registration to regional trainings in Oakland and Los Angeles. Similar discounts and events will be provided in 2014. Where feasible CIPC will also hold special events for members. In 2012 CIPC held a wine & cheese reception for members following the Statewide Immigrant Advocacy & Organizing Conference.
Are There Membership Dues?
Membership is good for one year and will be renewable annually. Dues are based on organizational annual budget and are subject to change after the first year.
- $50 Annually for Organizations with Budget of $0 – $1,000,000
- $100 Annually for Organizations with Budget over $1,000,000