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Community chapters are open to local community members who wish to join the Systemic Reform Movement. Local Chapters meet at public locations within your community: corporations, churches, colleges, community centers, restaurants, and libraries.

 

Chapter Locations

  1. Chapters are established for each voting district
  2. Each voting district is connected to a City, State, and a Country
  3. Voting Districts elect community, city and state representatives
  4. Elected representatives are responsible for:
  • Initiatives planning and oversight
  • Information distribution, feedback, and response
  • Fundraising for district level initiatives and System Core Development

 

Chapter Levels

  Level 5 - Local or Community Voting District

  Level 4 - City, County, or Province  Voting District

  Level 3 - State or Regional Voting District

  Level 2 - National Voting Districts

  Level 1 - Global Vote

 

Membership Dues

Local Membership Dues

  • Chapters may request dues to cover operational expenses and for a representative stipend
  • All dues should be paid online at SoAct.org. 
    If paying dues online, a link is available on the home page of your local chapter.
  • If mailing your payment, submit your check or money order to:

    Advancian c/o (Local Chapter)
    Mail Center - Chicago

    332 S. Michigan Ave., LL-A67
    Chicago, IL 60604-4434
 

Start a Local Chapter 

  1. Complete the Board Member and Local Chapter President Application
  2. Find at least 6 to 12 people over the age of 18 who want to join.
  3. Designate and secure a meeting location.
  4. Fill out and submit the New Chapter Forms 
    (A link to the online form will be sent to the Local Chapter President upon approval)
  5. Review How to Build a Local Chapter, a step-by-step guide to managing and growing a successful chapter.
  6. Attend a live-online training session.

 

Mission of Chapters

  1. Local meetings to discuss social and political issues and to develop constructive solutions.
  2. Information exchange and presentations.
  3. Dialogue and cultural exchange with national and international members. 
  4. Fellowship and open discussions.
  5. Volunteerism, Mentoring, and Professional Agenda-Presentation-Training
  6. Support for the development of the System Core and active participation in its
    development, testing, global legislative efforts, and hardware procuremetn or infrastructure construction.

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