Alliance for Biking & Walking:

Join the Alliance for Biking & Walking

Join as a Member Organization & Receive:
  • Access to members-only listserv to connect with your peers and get immediate, informed answers to questions that arise in your work
  • Access to the Alliance's Online Resource Library, with more than 1,000 models, templates & research studies, and our Photo Library with photos available for use in your publications and website
  • Free Mutual Aid conference calls on timely topics like fundraising, membership development, campaigns and media strategies
  • On-call coaching and support from Alliance staff and experts with years of experience in the field
  • Discounts on Alliance publications and events, including Winning Campaigns Trainings, Leadership Retreat and national workshops
  • Eligibility for direct funding through our Advocacy Advance Grant program, which has awarded more than $780,000 in grants and technical assistance since 2009
  • Opportunity for inclusion in our Benchmarking Report, with over 7,500 print and electronic copies of the 2012 Benchmarking Report alone
  • Promotion of your successes in our People Powered Blog and assistance with press releases and other written materials
  • Opportunity to receive product donations from our sponsors
  • Credibility of Alliance membership, including your organization listed and linked on Alliance website and ability to display Alliance logo on your website

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  Grow the Strength of State and Local Biking and Walking Advocacy as a Business or Individual Supporter & Help:
  • Create communities across the country that are healthier and safer for people to walk and bike
  • Support a growing network of more than 200 biking and walking advocacy organizations across North America
  • Fund important research like our Benchmarking Report and Open Streets Guide, which advocates are using to make their streets and communities safer
  • Direct more money to fund biking and walking projects through our Advocacy Advance partnership, which distributes grants, holds trainings and produces best practices on maximizing funding for biking and walking.
  • Connect leaders and advocates from across the continent at events like our Leadership Retreat and Winning Campaigns Trainings
  • Build new advocacy organizations and strengthen existing organizations through the Alliance's on-call coaching, support and strategic planning programs
  • Coordinate action alerts for state and local advocacy groups on federal transportation policy
  • Develop the next generation of advocates through our work with community bike shops, who work with youth and underserved communities to get more people on bikes more often
  • Share best practices for advocacy organizations through our blog and Online Resource Library

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