Benefits of Membership
- Support the work of the BIPOC Council
- Help return land to Black and Indigenous farmers
- Receive grants for starting or growing a community
- Access to exclusive resources, events, and consultants
- Network with communities and individuals that share your values
- Share your affiliation with the BIPOC Council in the FIC directory at ic.org
- Premium posting for your community or organization in our directory
Types of Memberships
Regular Member – Any person who desires to live in an intentional community that centers the needs of Black, Indigenous, or People of Color.
Supporting Member – Any person who is in solidarity with the mission of the Council.
Organizational Member – Any organization in solidarity with the mission of the Council. Members of the organization can become Supporting Members.
To maintain active membership, members must attend at least one meeting during the year, which could be the annual meeting, a board meeting, committee meeting, or email discussion. Committee members must participate in one meeting per quarter to remain active on the committee.
The BIPOC Council does not discriminate based upon age, ethnicity, ancestry, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, or any other status prohibited by applicable law.