An APANO Supporter self-identifies as a supporter, recognizes, and values APANO, and the importance of our work on AAPI issues. A supporter engages with us via social media, through public events, and may support our advocacy work. A supporter may also provide financial support, or volunteer at public events. A supporter receives our e-blasts and invitations to APANO public events.
An APANO Member self-identifies as a member and as AAPI and is impacted by issues that affect AAPI communities in Oregon. A member actively supports APANO’s values and work towards social justice through organizing, leadership development, and advocacy. A member regularly engages with us via social media, meetings, and events. A member supports APANO financially with a minimum annual contribution of $10 and understands, exemplifies, and promotes APANO’s mission. A member receives our e-blasts, newsletter, annual report, special discounts to APANO events, access to leadership development opportunities, and a voice in the strategic direction and development of the organization.
An APANO Leader self-identifies as a member-leader who helps to guide and advance APANO’s work through direct participation in an organizing program, campaign or committee. A leader actively cultivates experience and growth within their community, and amongst other members. A leader serves as a representative and advocate for APANO’s work, through recruitment, fundraising, and communications. A leader receives our e-blasts, newsletter, annual report, special discounts to APANO events, access to leadership development opportunities, a voice in the strategic direction and development of the organization, and invitations to represent APANO at partner and community events. A leader contributes to and/or is highlighted in APANO communications, and has ample opportunity for one-on-one input within the organization.