If you use ACB’s web-based applications, such as registering for the convention, or you are responsible for maintaining your affiliate’s membership records, you might have a different login and password (credentials) for each of these applications. Keeping track of which set of credentials you need to use for which application can be confusing for you, and trying to update each application when a user moves or changes their email address is time-consuming for ACB’s staff.
We were at a point where ACB needed to simplify the log-in process. By creating a members portal, you only need one username and password to access all the services you are authorized to use. In the future, almost everything you will need to do in ACB will be through this single members portal.
If you have applied for a scholarship, signed up for the holiday auction, or became a member at large recently, you have already started using the members portal.
The first time you log into members.acb.org, you will be asked to create a new login and password and provide profile information about yourself. You will need to do this even if you have created other ACB accounts in the past. If you already have a login and password that you created for the convention, you can use the same credentials when creating the members account. We are asking for your name and address (your profile) in order to make sure our donor database has your current information and to help ACB communicate with you.
This is a major undertaking for ACB and will help us provide exciting new services to our members in the future. We ask everyone to be patient as we make this transition, because each of the current ACB web-based applications must go through program modifications to make it work seamlessly. As we make more progress and add more features, we will do our best to share this information with you.