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Our members' direct knowledge and experiences inform the Coalition's perspective and priorities. We invite non-profit organizations, community groups, and individuals to affirm their support of the Coalition's mission, and to actively support the Coalition through membership dues and participation in our many activities. Join your voices with ours. When we speak together, our message is more effective.

Read more on the benefits of membership in the Coalition.

Members actively advance the Coalition's work by:

  • Planning and taking part in committee work and advocacy campaigns;
  • Volunteering for special projects like the One Night Count and Project Cool;
  • Informing public policy discussions about homelessness with their real world experience and practical knowledge; and
  • Exchanging resources and information at regular meetings and through trainings and special events.

Do you deal with the causes, circumstances and consequences of homelessness every day through your work? Does your non-profit offer shelter, food, and other basic services such as mental and physical health care in response to homeless people's immediate needs, or create lasting solutions to homelessness by creating permanent, affordable housing with appropriate supports? Is your community group or congregation focused on helping people who are homeless today, tonight, and tomorrow? Do you want to expand your ability to influence the policy decisions that affect people who are homeless in our community? We invite you to join the Coalition and work with us.

As Coalition members, agencies and individuals

  • Join voices to create a powerful chorus speaking up for the good public policies and wise public and private investments needed to make real the vision of ending homelessness in our community
  • Connect with other organizations and people doing the everyday and every night work of supporting survival and safety for people who are homeless
  • Access top-notch educational opportunities, develop skills, and participate in special projects related to homeless services
  • Engage in policy advocacy, public education, and action to protect and strengthen the civil rights of people who are homeless.

 

General membership meetings occur on the 3rd Thursday of every month from 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. at the E. Cherry St. YWCA.
Learn more about these and population committee meetings.

 

SKCCH 2014 Membership Dues

Allied* or Organizational Membership Suggested Dues

(sliding scale based on annual budget)

Dues Annual Budget

$150

< $250,000

$151 - $500

$250,000 - $500,000

$501 - $750

$500,000 - $1,000,000

$751 - $1,100

$1,000,000 - $2,500,000

$1,100 - $1,700

$2,500,000 - $5,000,000

$1,700 - $3,200

$5,000,000 - $10,000,000

Other*

$10,000,000+


*Dues are based on an organization's operating budget. If your budget exceeds $10,000,000 please contact the Coalition directly.

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Individual Membership Suggested Dues

(sliding scale)

Amount

Membership Type

$10

Low income or Homeless

$25

Student Membership

$40

Basic Membership

$75

Supporter


Please note:
 Financial hardship should not be a barrier to membership. We will arrange alternative dues if need be. Please contact us at (206) 204-8350 or membership[at]homelessinfo[dot]org.

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