I wanted to reach out to fill you in on an exciting development with For All Tennessee.
When Justin and I launched this project, we set out to create a nonprofit that was radically different; we wanted to create a platform that truly worked for the interests of everyday citizens in Tennessee.
From the beginning, we’ve committed to building For All into a democratized (bottom-up) organization focused on representing our members and the interests of real people – not large corporate or political interests.
It’s for this reason, we’re excited to announce that we’re launching the official For All Membership.
Becoming a member of “For All Tennessee” will mean you’ll be involved in four key areas:
1) You can help crowdsource our focus areas
We will rely on consistent surveying and discussion with our membership to define our educational and legislative focus areas year over year.
2) You can set our yearly legislative agenda
Every year, we will only lobby bills explicitly authorized by our members through a simple majority vote.
3) You can help drive our strategy
On operational decisions, we will involve our membership every step of the way to ensure we’re making structural decisions that align with the vision of the membership.
4) You will become a stakeholder
We will share quarterly financial reports, and collect input from members for large financial decisions, to ensure the organization not only remains transparent but aligns its investments to reflect the values of our membership.
You can learn more about our process on how we set our legislative agenda by clicking here.
Becoming a member also means you’ll also receive a “For All” pin, car magnet, and hat!
A donation of $5 a month or $60 in a year constitutes membership. Members are the core of our organization and we count on you to tell us where to focus our efforts.
If you’ve already donated more than $60, or have recurring donations of greater than $5/mo, you’ll automatically be grandfathered into the membership plan.
Probably need a direct link to become a member on this page. I’d suggest either of the two underlined parts that mention it. They’d make great hyperlinks.
Thanks for the tip, Chris.
We had it hyperlinked but it seems the custom URL wasn’t working on some platforms.
I’ve corrected this error – hope this helps!