Join the Fight for Environmental Justice
Orange County Environmental Justice strives to be a member-led organization, meaning that members have a significant role in shaping the organization's activities and possess the power to make collective decisions that steer key parts of the organization.
As an institution, OCEJ aims to build a relationship with our community that activates the power within each of us to fight for justice by integrating healing and transformative practices into our organizing while also serving as a vehicle to take action at a local level and create social and political change. OCEJ members are pretty great!
If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Keila Villegas, OCEJ Community Organizer at .
Register for an orientation, usually held 30 mins before our Monthly Membership Meeting to learn about OCEJ mission, vision, & values or upcoming events
After an orientation, attend one of our Monthly Membership Meetings to see if OCEJ values/practices align with your own
1-1 Check In
After attending an orientation and a Membership Meeting, next step is to schedule a 1-1 Meeting with our Community Organizer, Keila Villegas. We strive to see if OCEJ is the right fit for you.
Please feel free to email her at
After a 1-1 with our Community Organizer, we will be delighted to discuss our final step in our recruitment process which is our membership fee of a $25 donation or 2 hours of volunteer service.