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Membership Benefits

AJFCA is an association whose members are Jewish nonprofit agencies providing social services to children, adults, families and the elderly in the Jewish and general communities. Our membership dues are calculated based on the size of the agency's revenue, but all AJFCA members, regardless of size, participate equally in all benefits of membership. If you are interested in becoming an AJFCA member, please contact Megan Manelli, Director of Communications, Membership & Events at mmanelli@ajfca.org.

Advocacy

  • Bi-monthly legislative updates inform member agencies on political issues that affect their work
  • Annual Washington Advocacy Mission facilitates meetings with congressional representatives on legislative issues
  • AJFCA advocates for legislation in the United States and Canada on behalf of member agencies

Connecting Agencies

  • Annual Conference present the opportunity for agencies to network while participating in innovative and valuable programming
  • Colleagues throughout North America share ideas, advice, and resources via AJFCA's complimentary Member Forums
  • Periodic conference calls and regional meetings facilitate sharing of information at no cost

Financial Benefits

  • Purchasing Point offers discounts of 20-40% on goods and services
  • Participating agencies have access to the Foundation Center's online directory for a 70% discount
  • Members receive a 25% discount on fees from the Council on Accreditation
  • Mutual of America is our exclusively endorsed provider for quality group retirement products and related services. Plan sponsors who avail themselves of Mutual of America’s services will receive a waiver of certain employer plan administrative charges.

Information

  • AJFCA publishes a weekly e-newsletter presenting up-to-date news and trends with links to informative articles
  • Timely nonprofit and human service trends are posted on AJFCA's website
  • AJFCA stays current on developments in the Jewish world, representing the interests of the family services movement
  • AJFCA's Resource Library houses documents shared between agencies
  • Funding opportunities are updated regularly on AJFCA's grant opportunities bulletin

Organizational Support

  • Telephone consultations are available from knowledgeable and accessible AJFCA staff at no additional cost
  • President/CEO travels throughout North America to consult, facilitate strategic planning and speak at member agency events at no additional cost
  • Online, searchable directory of members helps the public find your agency
  • Job opportunities bulletin posted online
  • Operating Revenue and compensation surveys are conducted annually and made available to participating agencies
  • Continuing education credits are offered at Annual Conference at no additional cost

Partners

  • Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
  • Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany
  • Council on Accreditation (COA)
  • Human Rights Campaign (HRC)
  • Idealware
  • International Association of Jewish Vocational Services (IAJVS)
  • Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA)
  • Long Term Care Benefits Group, Inc.
  • National Council on Aging (NCOA)
  • National Human Services Assembly (NHSA)
  • Mutual of America
  • Repair the World
  • Sharsheret
  • The Shoah Victim's Names Recovery Project
  • Verified Volunteers

Programs

  • AJFCA/Repair the World Volunteer Initiative
  • Geriatric Care Management Network
  • Long Term Care Education Initiative