AIM members are institutions: congregations, unions, schools, business associations, health centers, community groups and other voluntary associations. AIM does not accept individual memberships.
AIM membership requires participation—an organized team of top leaders in your institution to:
AIM promises to provide training and other assistance to member institutions, helping them to build a team of leaders, identify community issues for action, and implement an action plan. The member institutions promise to identify their leaders and participate in training and major AIM actions.
The institution also commits to pay dues. Dues are an important part of AIM’s discipline. Dues are used to pay salaries for AIM organizers and AIM’s operating expenses. A strong dues base means that the members own the organization, and the staff works for the members. The truth of the matter is, institutions spend their money on priorities that are important to them. If you’ve paid to participate in something, you’re much more likely to do the work necessary to ensure the success of that investment.
Contact an AIM Staff Member to Start the Membership Process or to Learn More.