BECOME A MEMBER
Pacific Peoples’ Partnership warmly accepts new members into our community.
As Canada’s only NGO and charity working in the South Pacific, and as one of the few organizations with North-South Indigenous exchange so close to its mission, we offer the following to our members:
- Opportunities to network, connect, and share knowledge in a diverse and global membership with shared values
- Unlimited access to our Resource Center, which includes over 1000 books, videos and media items, as well as our Media Studio
- Leadership opportunities and the option to join our Board of Directors
- Access to ongoing educational event programming about the South Pacific, climate change, and more!
- Networking and social opportunities focused on South Pacific arts and culture
- Opportunities to give feedback and shape the direction of our organization
You can become a member of Pacific Peoples’ Partnership by making an annual tax-deductible donation of $25 or more.
Free time that you’d like to spend with us?
Pacific Peoples’ Partnership loves our volunteers! We are so thankful for all of the amazing volunteers who help with our programs, archives, multimedia and communications, and at community events in support of Indigenous and South Pacific community programs.
Please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to learn more about volunteering with PPP.
Work with us
We are seeking two (2) co-Executive Directors!
Pacific Peoples’ Partnership (PPP) is looking for two (2) individuals to join our team as co-Executive Directors!
We’re seeking two people to fill the roles of co-Executive Director (Local Relations, People & Programming) and co-Executive Director (Pacific Relations, Wealth & Programming) to join our diverse, critically engaged team that strives to (un)learn and work together in a good way.
The role of co-Executive Director (Local Relations, People & Programming) will be to lead the personnel and local programming aspects of PPP’s operations and strategy, while co-leading as a partner with the other co-Executive Director as a representative of the organization and ensuring people and relationship-centered systems are at the heart of our work.
The role of co-Executive Director (Pacific Relations, Wealth and Operations) will be to lead the financial and administration aspects of PPP’s operations and strategy, while co-leading as a partner with the other co-Executive Director as a representative of the organization and also ensuring that people and relationship-centered systems are at the heart of our work.
If you are interested in applying, download and read the Role Descriptions and contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
We are committed to equity and encourage applications from people of Pacific Islander heritage, Indigenous peoples, visible minorities, LGBTQIA2S+ people, women, and persons with disabilities.
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