Member Benefits

In a world where making ends meet often means making dollars stretch, we’re partnering with SpringFour to give Stand members benefits they can use. Become a member today to access resources that can provide food savings, employment and career services, financial counseling and more.

Here's how

  1. Click on the Get Started button within the Stand Member Resources box.
  2. Enter your zip code and the type of services you are looking for.
  3. Once a list populates, review it and make a plan to reach out to the services that address your current needs.
  4. Complete the survey.

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What does it mean to be a Stand Member?

Membership is a formal commitment to join a Stand Team and take action on a regular basis to ensure that all children, regardless of their background, graduate from high school prepared for, and with access to, college and career. Members commit to two or more actions per year (such as writing a legislator, attending a lobby day, or submitting a letter to the editor in their local paper).

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Who are Stand Members?

Parents, educators, community members and education advocates from across the country are joining forces as members of Stand for Children. We work together to raise awareness about the most critical issues facing education, and mobilize communities in the push for education equity.

Why should you become a Stand Member?

We achieve incredible things when we stand together. Measure 98 is proof positive of our collective power. Through that measure, we’ve already delivered $170 million in vital investments for career and technical education (CTE), dropout prevention and college level opportunities to high school students across Oregon. We’re closer than ever to achieving full funding for Measure 98 (which would mean a full $300 million for the next biennium), but we’ll only get there together. Become a member today and help deliver this vital investment for students across Oregon.

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