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Join LWVPT

How to join the LWV of the Piedmont Triad

INTRODUCTION

The League operates on a fiscal year, July 1 - June 30.

Special for STUDENTS!! LWVPT and the state and national Leagues waive dues through 2020 for full-time students! Students, join here!

If you join during the last quarter of the fiscal year, that is, April, May, or June, your dues will cover the remainder of the current fiscal year and all of the following fiscal year.

We are delighted that you are joining the League of Women Voters of the Piedmont Triad! You will also become a member of the state and national Leagues; and a portion of your dues will be forwarded (for a single membership, $12 to state and $32 to national).

You are joining forces with women and men working to safeguard democracy for people in our community and beyond. We encourage your participation in our initiatives as your time and interests allow.

If you wish to join with additional members of your household, dues are 100% for the first member and 50% for each additional member within the household. When you join via PayPal, you will be directed to a short survey.

If you join by mailing the printed form with your check, you may click here to complete the survey.

Early last year, we sent a similar survey to all current members and would like to hear from new members as you join.

Your responses do not sign you up or lock you into anything, but will allow us to invite you to participate in those activities that align with your time, skills and interests.

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NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION

We recommend that you attend an LWVPT Orientation meeting. All members, both new and seasoned, are welcome! These programs are a great opportunity to meet the leaders and members of LWVPT. You will hear information about:

  • The history of the League, and the local, state, and national structure
  • The mission and methods of the LWVPT, our nonpartisan policy, and the divided tax status that allow both for education and advocacy
  • Voter Services and Candidate Forums
  • The initiatives of the 6 LWVPT Roundtables: Environment, Fair Elections, Health, Immigration Reform, Public Education, and Social Justice
  • How you can participate as your time and interest allow!

Orientation meetings are generally held twice a year, in Spring and Fall. Watch your email for details!

If you have any questions about membership in LWVPT, email the Membership Chair.

We are a 501(c)(4) organization.