PICC members are a broad base of organizations and individuals who share PICC’s mission and values. Our members include: community groups, social, health and legal service providers, unions, advocacy organizations, and faith communities. PICC seeks to ensure geographic, ethnic, and socioeconomic diversity among its members. To learn more about PICC member organizations, please go to our members page.
PICC seeks to establish mutually beneficial and transparent relationships with member organizations. For-profit organizations may not be members of PICC but are invited to be PICC supporters. Elected officials and government representatives may participate in PICC activities and taskforces as guests; membership and Board participation will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Partisan organizations may not be members of PICC.
Criteria and Process for Organizational Membership
- Agree with and support PICC’s Mission and Values
- Schedule an interview with PICC’s Executive Director
- Sign and return this membership application to PICC
- Pay annual dues based on a sliding-scale according to size of organization’s operating budget
PICC encourages and welcomes immigrants and allies to join PICC as individual members. By becoming a member, individuals demonstrate their commitment to PICC’s mission and values and their support for advocacy and organizing to address specific issues of concern. Individual members qualify for all membership discounts on PICC trainings and events.