Inclusion BC has three categories of membership: organizational, affiliate and individual/family.
Join our Federation of Member Organizations
Inclusion BC’s member organizations deliver a wide range of support services throughout BC, including early intervention, family support, residential services and other kinds of individualized support. They also work with community partners to increase access to recreation, employment, volunteer and civic opportunities.
Inclusion BC organizational members enjoy voting privileges, access to communications, networking and resource development services and supports.
To learn more about the benefits of membership or how to join as an organizational member, please contact Karla Verschoor, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-777-9100 ext. 516.
Belong as an affiliate
See: Affiliate Members
Join a network of like-minded organizations that are recognized champions of change in supporting the community living movement. The annual membership is $1,000. Our affiliate members are organizations or learning institutions that share our vision of inclusion but do not provide direct services to people with intellectual disabilities. To join as an affiliate or to learn more about the benefits of affiliate membership, contact Karla Verschoor, Executive Director at email@example.com or 604-777-9100 ext 516
Belong as an individual or family
Join: Individual and Family Memberships
Inclusion BC members are committed to the vision of a world where everyone belongs. By becoming a member you stand with us as we provide support, education and advocacy where and when it’s needed, breaking down barriers and building communities that include people of all abilities.
For only $20 per year, individuals will receive invitations to special events and preferred rates to learning events where there is a ticket price.
If you are a family of a person with a developmental disability, every member of the same household is entitled to the same benefits for $30 a year.
Become an individual member or family member today and help us advance the human rights of people with developmental disabilities.