FABnyc has two levels of membership: FULL MEMBERSHIP and AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIP
Renewing? Please use our Renewal Application. (https://goo.gl/forms/ObaxVYoYqVqrXO5O2)
FULL MEMBERSHIPFull Membership is for nonprofit cultural and community groups with a primary office and/or programs in the neighborhood, which have been in existence a minimum of 2 years, and can document active programming.
FULL MEMBERS- Vote on board representation and are eligible to serve on the board- Invited to participate in regular member events, gatherings, peer shares, and learning opportunities- Opportunity to participate in new Culture Week in the LES (launching Oct 2019), LES History Month in May- Represented in FAB’s advocacy to electeds at local, city, and state levels- Visibility support through FAB's monthly eblasts, active social media, and member profiles on FABnyc website- Priority enrollment and free entry for all FAB capacity-building workshops and panels- Access to FABnyc staff for one on one consultation and support- One free ticket to FABnyc’s annual galaFULL MEMBER Dues: Organizations with operating budgets under $100,000 $75.00 Organizations $100,000 - $750,000 $125.00 Organizations $750,000 - $1.25 million $250.00 Organizations $1.25 million and above $400.00
AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIPAffiliate Membership is for community based organizations, local institutions, and small businesses
AFFILIATE MEMBERS- Invitation to select member events and peer sharing / learning circles- Organization listed and linked to FAB website- Visibility for selected projects via FABnyc’s eblast and social media- Access to FABnyc staff for one on one consultation- One ticket to FABnyc’s annual gala at 40% offAFFILIATE MEMBER Dues: All organizations $50.00
Applications will be reviewed and you will be notified if you are accepted for membership.
Image Credits: photos of Linda la Montanez and Gilbert Reyes performances at FABnyc @ BAAD, "Educate" Mural By Raul Ayala, Loisaida Festival, Immigrant Social Services Mural led by Jess X. Snow, "La Siembra del Hogar" Sidewalk Mural by Raul Ayala, collage by Emilio Martinez Poppe