We have now begun our 2013 Membership Campaign and are asking you to please renew your membership, or if you are not a member, to support ACHIEVE by becoming a member. Your membership contribution is tax deductible and will help to support ACHIEVE’s advocacy efforts, ensure the financial health and stability of our Agency’s services and programs, and as such, will have a positive impact on the quality of life for individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities and their families.
As a member…
- You become part of a network of families, friends, and professionals who share your commitment to making sure that people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities get the services they need and to which they are entitled.
- You add your voice to those seeking legislation and public policies that protect the rights of individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Every voice counts!
- You will receive the Agency’s Newsletter and other important mailings that provide information about ACHIEVE and developments in the field of intellectual and other developmental disabilities.
- You provide ACHIEVE with representation at NYSARC, Inc. and additional voting and decision-making power at NYSARC meetings. Simply put, the more members an agency/chapter has, the more voting power they receive!
Please renew your membership, or if you are not yet a member, please become a member today, and know that you are making a difference.
Please support us. Sign up yourself, your friends, and your family members for a membership today.
Together we can make a difference. Together we are ACHIEVE.
Mail in your membership application form
Simply print out and complete our membership form, and mail it to:
47 Riverside Drive
Johnson City, NY 13790
Questions about membership can be directed to Nicole Leonard, Development Support Specialist at 607.352.3334.
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