If you've have been thinking about joining NIAC, there’s never been a better time than right now. NIAC has given the Iranian-American community a powerful voice for community, democracy and universal rights.
We offer a variety of membership levels to meet your budget as well as convenient ways to make your donation. If you have questions about becoming a donor, please call or e-mail us. Donations are tax deductible.
NIAC strives to serve its members in many ways, because our members are our strength. So whether it's making sure your voice is heard in Washington, meeting your members of Congress, or providing you the inside scoop on what's happening in Washington, NIAC is here to serve you.
NIAC regularly polls its members on the issues of concern to the Iranian-American community. Based on our last membership survey, NIAC decided to continue to oppose war, continue to oppose broad sanctions, seek to lift sanctions that inhibit people-to-people communications and explore targeted sanctions that don't affect the general population; and advocate for human rights to be included in any US-Iran diplomacy.
After we heard your opinions, we started working to ensure your voice was heard by policymakers. And we've had a remarkable amount of success:
A NIAC Member meeting Rep. Tom Price
Your elected officials in Washington have an obligation to represent you. At the same time, every American has a responsibility to get involved and to let elected officials know what they think about the issues -- and that’s where NIAC comes in.
We can help you voice your concerns to officials in Washington. Have an issue you want to discuss with your representatives? NIAC is happy to offer you our assistance -- we can set up a meeting between you and your member of Congress, or give you tips on how to write an effective letter to make your voice heard.
This is a service we are pleased to provide our members, so join NIAC today to learn how you can benefit from this unique experience!
In addition to our regular newsletter, NIAC members receive "The Dish" -- a regular update on what NIAC is working on as well as what's really happening in Washington.