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WNPJ Membership Benefits!

By becoming a member of WNPJ, you will join hundreds of organizations and individuals around our state who work together to advance our common goals of peace, justice, and sustainability. WNPJ has a wide range of services to offer to its individual member and member groups. Here you’ll find a quick review of our member services. We hope it gives you lots of ideas for how to strengthen your statewide organizing efforts! At WNPJ, we believe that we are all stronger when we work together.

These are some of the things WNPJ has been able to provide to member organizations. Depending on our capacity we can continue do some or all of these things and maybe more.

Your listing on our website:

Want to move people to action?

Whether you want to generate phone calls to Congress about a piece of legislation, turn people out for a rally, or find volunteers, WNPJ's weekly Action Alerts help you reach a statewide audience. Action Alerts highlight a variety of issues and tactics, from “Call your state representative” to “Be a facilitator for Stones into Schools Community Read.” Send your action alerts to  (subscribe here)

Have you been in the news?
Whenever a WNPJ member groups captures the attention of the media, we’re eager to help a local story reach a wider audience through our website’s “In the News” feature. Send your media “hits’ to, or mail in a newspaper clipping so we can scan and post it. And let us know about your successes, large or small, so we can pass those on to our members and post to our website’s “Success Stories” feature. Your success may be a model and an inspiration for others to follow!

Want to publicize your event?

Hundreds of events are posted to our events calendar every month, and our weekly e-bulletin provides a digest, organized by region. Publicize your next event by sending details to Don’t forget to include the Facebook URL if you’ve posted an event page.

Let’s get together…

WNPJ holds two statewide events each year, a Spring Steering Committee meeting for member group representatives and a Fall Assembly for all members, to explore peace and justice issues and to share the “common ground” upon which to coordinate our activist efforts. And, as a participant in our Fall and Spring meetings you can help WNPJ set goals and priorities for our future work.

Weaving the Web - WNPJ’s monthly virtual drop in hour: 
All are welcome to drop in the first Thursday of each month. No agenda, just people who care about peace and justice showing up to connect. Zoom information is available on the WNPJ website.

WNPJ Online Member Circle: password-protected online community to share information about organizing efforts, turn to each other for tips and resources, and overall stay connected with one another. 

Want to build a movement?

WNPJ work groups bring together member groups on selected issues to coordinate and strengthen their actions. Work groups also do outreach and education through events, pamphlets, petitions, and media work. Decisions to establish work groups are made by the WNPJ Board. Contact WNPJ at to learn more.



WNPJ publishes our newsletter, the Network News, generally two times a year, in spring and fall. We want articles and updates from all over the state. Please submit your items by e-mail, if possible, attention newsletter editor at

Be a presence at the largest Farmers’ Market in the country…
WNPJ has reserved space at the Madison Farmers’ Market is available to all member groups upon request. It’s a great way to get your message out to the public at an event that regularly attracts more than 20,000 people. Send your request for table space to Other tabling opportunities are also available.

Midwest Renewable Energy Fair: Add your material to the WNPJ table!

Step into a leadership position…

Decisions about the direction and management of WNPJ are made by our Board of Directors. Board members not only guide and strengthen WNPJ, but also contribute towards the broader movements for peace, justice, and sustainability.

WNPJ individual members and representatives of member groups are eligible to serve as officers and Board members.

We strive for a Board that reflects our state, with racial, cultural, geographic, and age diversity. A slate of proposed new board members is prepared each year for a vote by our membership at our Fall Assembly.

Nominations for new Board members are due by August 1st and should be submitted to

Not ready to be a Board member
Join a committee and help the Board carry out the various activities needed. We currently have the following organizational committee: board development, fundraising, communications, and outreach. Email to let us know how you can help!

Contact Us
Phone: 715-600-2766