Welcome to the Tri-Valley Anti-Poverty Collaborative

 

The Tri-Valley Anti-Poverty Collaborative welcomes participation from all Tri-Valley Community Members and is especially interested in giving members of the community a voice in our work.  Please join us at our Leadership Group meetings, Housing Committee and Health, Education and Food Access Committee.

TVAPC and its member organizations have an ongoing need for volunteers, speakers and assistants.  

If you are interested in learning more, please contact the TVAPC Project Manager, Kristi Miller at 925-980-2670.

 

2018 Meeting Schedule
Leadership Meetings (Membership)
Dates: January 18, April 26, July 19, October 20
Time: 1:30-3:30pm
Location: 3333 Busch Rd., Remillard Conference Room, Pleasanton

 

Housing Committee
Dates: Second Monday of each month
Time: 1:30-3:00
Location: Hacienda Business Park Office, 4305 Hacienda Dr., Suite 330, Pleasanton

 

Health, Education and Food Access Committee
Dates: Third Wednesday of each month
Time: 9:00-10:30am
Location: Open Heart Kitchen, 2070 Koll Center Pkwy, Suite #146, Pleasanton

 

By becoming a member of the Leadership group, I support the purpose and mission of the organization and pledge my commitment to the work of the Tri-Valley Anti-Poverty Collaborative.

Members may be representatives of organizations, agencies, or businesses with an active interest in ending poverty in the Tri-Valley. Members may also be concerned citizens who are residents of the Tri-Valley.

We strive to create an environment that supports open dialogue, respects Members’ contributions, and promotes productivity and learning.

 

Membership Agreement

As a Member of the Leadership group, I understand my duties to include:

  1. Maintaining on-going familiarity with and participation in the work of TVAPC through regular attendance of the Leadership group meetings and committee meetings.
  2. Interpreting the organization’s work and values to the community.  Representing the organization as ambassador and advocate.
  3. Recusing myself from discussions, decisions, and votes in which there is an identified conflict of interest.
  4. Participating actively and respectfully, finding common ground and reaching consensus when possible.
  5. Recommending/recruiting new Members who may be valuable contributors to the organization’s mission.
  6. Voting on issues.
  7. Contributing knowledge and other resources as applicable to organizational goals.

Voting Guidelines

Members and organizations are permitted one vote per issue.  In the event of a Member’s absence, a Member can assign a proxy from his/her organization to vote (if he/she is representing an organization).

 

Tri-Valley Anti-Poverty Collaborative
Membership Application

 

Name

Email

Phone


Please select your affiliations:

Resident of the Tri-ValleyFaith-Based Service OrganizationSchool DistrictService ClubFoundationBusiness CommunityNon-Profit OrganizationCommunity-Based OrganizationGovernment


I acknowledge that I have read, understand and agree to support the mission of TVAPC.

This agreement will remain in effect for the duration of the Member’s participation in the organization.

I accept these terms.