Benefits of NACOPRW-SoCal Membership


 

  • Cultural activities address different aspects of Puerto Rican life (history, traditions, cuisine, folklore, etc.). 

  • Business meetings allow for members' participation in the chapter's decision-making process. 

  • Involvement in the chapter's committees and/or Executive Board provides ample leadership opportunities. 

  • Special annual events include a Family Picnic in June, and "Parrandas Navideñas" in December. 

  • Networking with other organizations such as: BoriDivas, California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE), Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Center, Orange County Children's Therapeutic Arts Center, Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration (PRFAA), Puerto Rico Industrial Development Co. (PRIDCO), "Turismo de Puerto Rico," etc. 

  • Community involvement includes donations of non-perishable items, clothing, household items, toys, and volunteer work. 

  • Youth 7-17 years of age develop leadership skills and experience the Puerto Rican culture in the Youth Leadership Group/Committee. 

  • Opportunities to meet and network with other Puerto Ricans locally, and nationally (National Convention). 

  • Receive members' bulletins and SoCal newsletter. 

  • Members' discount of 10% or more in most chapter's activities, advertisements, merchandise, etc.

 

 


Active membership: Women of Puerto Rican origin or descent, eighteen (18) years of age or older who commit to the purpose and goals of the chapter. They have voting rights at chapter level and participation in the selection of delegates to represent the chapter at the National level. Eligible for office in the Executive Board after six (6) months of being an active member. 

Associate/At large membership: Persons, eighteen (18) years of age or older who contribute resources and funds in support of the chapter's purpose and goals, and provide valuable services to the SoCal chapter. These members have no voting rights and do not have the right to run for office, but have the right to be heard at meetings. 

Institutional membership: Entities who contribute resources and funds in support of the chapter's purpose and goals, and provide valuable services to the SoCal chapter. These members have no voting rights and do not have the right to run for office, but have the right to be heard at meetings. 
 

 


Thank you for your interest in our organization. To become a NACOPRW-SoCal member, print and fill out front and back of the membership application form. Please mail the application with a check payable to :

 

NACOPRW-SoCal

3744 E Chapman Avenue, STE #2661

Orange, CA 92859

 

 

 

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NACOPRW-SoCal Membership Classifications
NACOPRW-SoCal Membership Application