CDVCA membership is open to all organizations and individuals interested in being a part of this field and supporting CDVCA’s mission. Membership dues support CDVCA’s efforts to promote use of the tools of venture capital to advance the livelihoods of low-income people and the economies of distressed communities.
Membership benefits include:
â–¶Discounts on registration fees for our Annual Conference and other training and peer learning events
â–¶Regular communications regarding funding opportunities, updates on advocacy efforts, events of interest, first access to new publications, and reports on the findings of our ongoing data collection
â–¶Discount to VC Experts subscription, a source for private equity news, resources and education
â–¶An affordable and unique insurance policy that was specifically manuscripted and designed for private equity funds that includes Directors & Officers Liability (D&O), General Partnership Liability (GPL), Errors & Omissions (E&O), Employment Practices Liability (EPLI) and Portfolio Company D&O protection
â–¶If other financial and social criteria are met, the possibility of receiving capital and co-investments from CDVCA’s Central Fund
The responsibilities of membership include:
â–¶Participation in the work of CDVCA, including advocacy;
â–¶Assistance with CDVCA’s data collection efforts; and
â–¶Payment of $500 in annual dues.
Become a Member:
Fill out the Membership Application Online, and pay your Membership Dues via Google Checkout, below.
Print your application and send in a check or money order to CDVCA at 424 West 33rd Street, Suite 320, New York, NY 10001.