Cambridge Nonprofit Coalition (CNC) Membership Registration Form
Executive Director Contact Information
In order to ensure that the highest level of staff within member organizations are kept up to date and engaged, the CNC requires Executive Directors to be the primary point of contact for their organization.
Secondary Contact Information
Executive Directors may add another management level staff to the CNC member contact list to ensure timely response to requests for feedback or action.
Organization Mission Statement
What is the focus of your mission (please check all that apply)?
Affordable Housing and Homelessness
Civic Engagement and Social Capital
Arts, Culture, Recreation
Built and Natural Environment
Public Policy Advocacy
Conflict resolution, mediation, training, facilitation
How many individuals does your organization serve in Cambridge each year?
Age of Constituents Served
Prenatal- up to 2 yrs
75 yrs +
Where do you provide services?
The Coast/ Riverside
Outside of Cambridge
How many years has your non-profit been serving Cambridge?
As a member of the CNC, I am committed to the coalition's mission of promoting equity and justice in Cambridge.
CNC members are encouraged to engage with this work at whatever level they are able.
Our leadership body is our CNC steering committee, made up of subcommittee chairs. All steering committee members are required to attend at least 75% of meetings and participate in subcommittee work.
Organizations can be represented on subcommittees without participating on the governing steering committee. Please indicate below if you would like to serve on a subcommittee, or if you cannot participate in committee work.
Any member organization's leader can serve on a subcommittee and/or recommend a staff member for participation. If you would like to serve on a subcommittee, please select at least two options of interest. If you cannot participate on a subcommittee, please check the "I cannot participate" check box.
Fundraising and Finance
Governance and Membership
Strategic Thinking and Advancing Collaborative Public Funding Approaches (Community Benefits Fund)
Ad hoc: Improved Partnership with Cambridge Public Schools (Out of School Time)
Ad hoc: Universal Pre-K
Cannot participate on a subcommittee
CNC Membership Fee
All members of the CNC are typically required to pay a fee using the following sliding scale, which is based on current year annual operating expenses. In response to the financial challenges faced by Cambridge nonprofits at this time, CNC membership fees will be optional through December 2021.
Organizations which have the capacity to pay their membership fees are encouraged to do so. If your organization will pay the membership fee at the regular rate, please select the level that applies to your organization. If your organization cannot pay at the same rate, please select the level you are able to pay. If you must forgo payment for 2021, please select "unable to pay membership fee through December 2021" and also check the level which would have applied to your organization under normal circumstances.
Full year memberships run from January 1-December 30, and will be renewed on an annual basis.
Full Year Membership Fee Structure (based on annual operating budget)
Up to $99,999 = $50
$100,000 - $499,999 = $100
$500,000 - $999,999 = $150
$1,000,000 - $4,999,999 = $250
$5,000,000 and over = $500
Unable to pay membership fee through December 2021
To pay by check, please make checks payable to Cambridge Community Foundation (Fiscal sponsor for CNC) and write Cambridge Nonprofit Coalition in the memo. Mail your payment to:
Cambridge Nonprofit Coalition
99 Bishop Allen Drive, Suite 2D
Cambridge, MA 02139
Checks must be received within 30 days of your membership application. If you require an invoice in order to pay by check, please email
To pay by credit card, please use this link,
, then select your membership level and follow the PayPal prompts.
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