Full membership is available to any partnership, firm, association or corporation which provides and/or coordinates services and/or supports for one or more persons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities that is not owned and operated by a public entity.
Full ANCOR Members are entitled to exclusive email publications, including Connections (our monthly association newsletter), Capitol Correspondence (our weekly federal policy update) and Stateside Report (our weekly state policy update). ANCOR members also receive exclusive access to the ANCOR Connected Community, which enables our growing slate of members to connect with one another online to ask questions, share best practices and more.
The designated representative of a Full Member organization has the right to vote and hold office on either the ANCOR Board of Representatives or the Board of Directors.
Agencies and service providers must confirm their willingness to adhere to the ANCOR Principles and Standards of Conduct. Agencies and service providers must maintain their membership eligibility through the payment of annual dues which are set by the Board of Directors.
Agencies and service providers that have their privilege to provide services to persons with disabilities revoked by a governmental licensing or certification agency will lose their eligibility for full membership in ANCOR.
Dues are calculated as depicted in the table below based on an organization’s total operating expenses (for prior audited year) related to the delivery of supports and services for people with disabilities.
|Total Operating Expenses
|Base dues of $520 plus a factor of 0.000111 times total operating expenses
|Base dues of $1,065 plus a factor of 0.00011 times total operating expenses
|Base dues of $2,000 plus a factor of 0.000112 times total operating expenses
|Base dues of $2,715 plus a factor of 0.00011 times total operating expenses
|Base dues of $4,050 plus a factor of 0.000112 times total operating expenses
|Base dues of $7,040 plus a factor of 0.000112 times total operating expenses
|Base dues of $11,570 plus a factor of 0.000107 times total operating expenses
|Base dues of $14,795 plus a factor of 0.000108 times total operating expenses
|Base dues of $15,775 plus a factor of 0.000109 times total operating expenses
|$250,000,000 and up
|Base dues of $29,400 plus a factor of 0.0000547 times total operating expenses
ANCOR estimates that up to 10% of 2024 dues will be designated for “lobbying” activities. Under federal legislation, businesses may not take tax deductions for business expenses that pertain to lobbying. Therefore, for 2024, 90% of the above payment may qualify for tax deduction as a business expense. Please consult with your tax advisor.