2018 Memberships

CISV Vancouver’s membership year has historically run from January 1 to December 31. However, in order to better align with our programs, beginning in October 2018, we will be shifting our membership year to run from October 1 to September 30.

For 2018 only, membership fees are pro-rated for 9 months of membership.

Membership fees for 2018 are due in December 2017. Complementary memberships are provided to youth attending their first MiniCamp (age 10+), but to continue with CISV programs an annual membership fee is required.

Fees for January to September 2018:

  • $90 Family Renewal ($70 until Jan 15, 2018)
  • $90 New Family
  • $45 Adult Individual 19+
  • $20 International Youth under 21
  • $0 Adult Leader/Volunteer 19+

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE or RENEW

 

 

A NEW ONLINE REGISTRATION SYSTEM
After years of dealing with paper, CISV Vancouver is launching two new online systems to make it easier for you to register for programs and renew your membership. This will make it easier for families to conduct transactions with the Chapter; reduce the administrative time required of our volunteers; ensure more accurate and complete information, especially as concerns the safety of our youth participants; and provide highly secure payment processing.

CISV Vancouver is launching ePACT, an online system to collect and manage our participants’ emergency information and waiver releases. Instead of filling out paper medical forms for programs like MiniCamp, you will now be able to complete this once using your ePACT account.  You can find more information on ePACT here.

If you’re an existing CISV Member you’ll receive an email invitation that will guide you through a few quick steps to set up your account and share your child’s information so that it is available for JB events, and programs.

If you are not a member but will be attending MiniCamp, you will receive an invitation to ePACT once you register for MiniCamp. Completing your emergency information is a mandatory part of the registration process.

Your Volunteer Commitment:

As a family and volunteer-based organization, CISV Vancouver requires all families to volunteer their time to support the chapter. Our success depends on the talents, time and energy of members. Volunteering is a condition of membership in CISV. Parents can work on a committee or to use their particular abilities to benefit the chapter in unique way. When completing your membership form please identify areas where you may be able to support the chapter.

If you have questions or want to explore unique ways of supporting the chapter, please contact us. Meetings of your child’s travel delegation are not considered volunteer work because they support that delegation only—not the whole chapter.