When you join the Corporate Volunteerism Council - Twin Cities (CVC-TC), you join the ranks of more than 40 companies and nonprofits that are dedicated to the community and leading the way in volunteerism.
Membership Types and Rates
|Membership Type||Cost||What You Receive|
|Corporate - Annual Renewal (12 months)|
|500+ Employees||$750||One primary contact and two secondary contacts|
|250-499 Employees||$300||One primary contact and two secondary contacts|
|Fewer than 250 Employees||$150||One primary contact and two secondary contacts|
|Associate Membership*||$125||One primary contact and two secondary contacts|
|Partner Membership*||$125||One primary contact and two secondary contacts|
*Associate Membership is for nonprofit organizations that are seeking to provide CVC-TC corporate members with information on improving workforce volunteerism, knowledge on volunteerism trends and information on collaboration building.
* Partner Members are community organizations that provide expertise and a diverse perspective on community needs, volunteerism trends and practices, and nonprofit governance.
Corporate – Annual Renewal (12 months)
Already a member? Renew your membership.
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Associate Memberships are on a two-year calendar year basis (Jan.-Dec. of the following year). The next application period will be Fall of 2019 and the following after that will be Fall 2021. Associate Memberships are limited to a maximum number calculated biennially to reflect a ratio of one nonprofit member for every four corporate members, and decided by a competitive application process. All nonprofit applications are assessed by a review committee that scores on several different variables.
Click here to open and/or download a PDF of our 2020-2021 application questions so that you can prepare in advance.
Apply here beginning October 1, 2019. Applications have closed. Thank you!
The deadline to apply is Oct. 31, 2019. Applications are reviewed in November and decisions will be finalized and communicated in early December 2019.
The Board of Directors may, at its discretion, designate community organizations as Partner Members. The invitation is extended by a CVC board member to those organizations that provide expertise and a diverse perspective on community needs, volunteerism trends and practices, and nonprofit governance. Once an invitation is extended, a Partner Member must fill out an application to apply. A Partner Member may be permitted one spot on the Board of Directors and will provide goods or services that will benefit the CVC membership (including, but not limited to programming). This designation will be made for a period of three years and must be approved and renewed in three-year increments.
If you have any questions, please contact CVC-TC.