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Become a Member and be a part of an emerging and first-of-its-kind movement for the Right to Food in the United States.

To become a member of the National Right to Food Community of Practice, just fill out this form! You will:

  • Be added to our moderated members’ listserv where questions are posed, conversations started and news and updates shared.

  • Be invited to participate in our monthly shared learning exchange meetings where we learn from folks across the country that are designing and advocating for programs, policies and practices to progressively realize the right to food in their respective political and organizational contexts.

  • Be on the early-birds’ list to learn about the opportunity to apply for a Right to Food grant and become part of our year-long Learning Lab cohort with other grantees.

  • Receive discounted registration to our annual national summit.

  • Be invited to participate in advocating alongside global social movements before international and regional human rights courts to hold the United States accountable for the right to food. 

  • Be invited to participate in developing and/or signing on to briefing papers and research notes to support the United Nations Special Rapporteurs’ advocacy work on the right to food.

  • Be a part of working groups developing and sharing political education, organizing and advocacy tools for progressively realizing the right to food in cities, towns, and states across the country.

  • Participate in developing and implementing a national narrative change campaign to challenge the dominant message about the solutions to hunger – from those rooted in charity to those grounded in human rights.

  • Access to year end financial/summary report of the RtF Community of Practice.

  • Serve on the NRtF CoP Coordination Team.

 

Membership is open to both individuals and organizations on a sliding scale.  Membership dues are renewable annually, and non-tiered.  Our primary goal is to build a vibrant and dedicated learning community, while building our collective capacity to advance and resource a national movement for the Human Right to Food. Please join us!

Annual Membership Dues 

$0 - open to individuals currently facing food insecurity and anyone with limited financial capacity 

$25 - individual or emergent grassroots organization

$50 - organization with an annual budget of less than $100,000

$100 - organization with an annual budget between $100,000 and $250,000

$250 - organization with an annual budget between $250,000 and $500,000

$500 - organization with an annual budget of between $500,000 and $1,000,000

$1,000 - organization with an annual budget between $1,000,000 and $2,000,000

$2,000 - organization with an annual budget between $2,000,000 and $3,500,000

$3,000 - organization with an annual budget of more than $3,500,000

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