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# Become a Member - Join the Network

Thank you for your interest in the Northwest UU Justice Network!  More than 1000 UUs and their allies are now connecting through the Network throughout the Pacific Northwest! Folks are busily getting organized and taking action on a wide range of issues, from human rights, to the environment, to more just governance, and beyond.

When you become a member of the Network you can:

• Share and pursue your justice issues and have the option to:
• Get Network support that makes your work easier.
• Get help tackling the trickier challenges of congregational justice work.

HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER

Give us your name and contact info

Select a membership level  ($0 and up) Submit the form Pay what you choose JOIN NOW Have Questions? Contact DD Hilke, Executive Director at NWuuJN.Exec@gmail.com Recently Updated Benefits of Being a Member of the Justice Network Last Updated on 2017-07-07 14:33:36 "Nope... we don't give you a coffee mug, or even give you a discount on our annual conference. Instead, we do everything we can to support you, so that YOU can: do more, more easily to greater effect to build a better world (AND.. do it as a UU <and with all your non-UU allies, too!>)" Members of the Network: Get Network support that makes it easier to connect with others and get traction on your personal justice issues. Get help tackling the trickier challenges of congregational justice work. Get the word out about your justice work (and learn about the work of others) contribute to and receive the Network's Alerts & Events emails. contribute news or issue information to be posted to this website, Facebook, and more. ask that a special alert be sent to folks who share you justice concerns. receive training, if you like, in how... More » Membership Payment Page Last Updated on 2017-01-02 18:10:18$0                         Member (Free) $1 to$49       Member (Reduced) $50 Member (Basic)$51   to   $99 Supporting Member$100 to   $499 Sponsoring Member$500 to   $999 Benefactor and Member$1000 and up     Patron and Member     Thank You for Your Membership! Welcome to the Network! Northwest UU Justice Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit... More »
Time to Reaffirm Your Justice Network Membership for 2017! Last Updated on 2016-12-07 13:52:43 We're going to get right to the point. Northwest UU Justice Network needs you to reaffirm your membership and, if you can, support us monetarily. We all need to be connected for justice, now more than ever! Our justice landscape is in upheaval, and we are called into action on many fronts. Being in solidarity with indigenous peoples and people of color, with Muslim and immigrant communities, and with our planet has never been more important. Nor has effectively organizing to dismantle systemic injustice and enact proactive legislation to protect people, freedoms, our planet and effective government at the local, state, and national levels. I know you agree. So rather than reiterate what we’ve done this past year or our plans for the future, we’ll just say, “Your Justice Network will be here for you, helping us all to meet these challenges.” Staff are... More »
Have You Affirmed Your Membership? Last Updated on 2016-07-16 12:59:37 Time to affirm (or reaffirm!) your membership! (and to choose your own dues – click here to do it now) Northwest UU Justice Network is, at its core, simply a network of justice activists and justice seekers. It is you and others like you. Your events power the network’s calendar. Your voice at our summit informs and motivates fellow activists. The information that the network staff posts, the programs we produce, and the funds that support those services all come from you. These programs and services in turn support you and fellow UUs (and allies). Supporting individual justice journeys. Connecting for justice across congregations, states and regions. Making all of our justice efforts more effective. We ask all of our members to support the network financially as they are able. No one is denied access to the Network, our annual summits or any other activities or services... More »