Interested in Joining the Minnesota Alliance on Crime?
We have begun the Minnesota Alliance on Crime’s (MAC) annual membership drive for FY 2012/13 (July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2012).
Your support for MAC is not only greatly valued but also crucial to our success. With your help in the past, we were able to minimize state legislative cuts to crime victim grant programs to 4%. This is a great accomplishment in light of the massive state deficit and the potential 35% cut that was originally passed by the Legislature. Strength in MAC’s membership was critical to this achievement. With another budget year at the Legislature around the corner, your continued support is crucial.
With your support, MAC represents the general crime victim voice at the Minnesota Legislature and with many other organizations, including the Minnesota Human Trafficking Task Force, the Minnesota Identity Theft Coalition, and others. MAC also works with the Office of Justice Programs, the MN Coalition Against Sexual Assault, and the MN Coalition For Battered Women to offer relevant training and assistance.
Your support makes it possible for MAC to offer free or deeply discounted training opportunities. These trainings include both in-person trainings and webinars.
Membership benefits include a quarterly newsletter and monthly e-updates. We have recently started a listserv discussion group for our members to use to discuss cases or issues of concern.
Other benefits of membership include: professional networking and resource sharing, and access to national, statewide and local resources related to crime victim information and policies.
Individual membership is $45 and program (covers entire organization) membership is $65. Victims can join for free.
Simply fill out the 2012/13 Membership Form and return it with your check ($45 for Individual Membership/$65 for Program Membership).
Thank you and we look forward to providing you with excellent service in the upcoming year!
MAC Membership Benefit
MAC Members Provide The Following Services:
Not all MAC Member programs are the same, but they are all committed to upholding the rights of victims and witnesses of crime in Minnesota.
2012/2013 MAC Members
There are other individual and program members who have requested to not be listed on our website.
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