Join the LWV. Take a moment to make a lifetime of difference. Every member strengthens the voice of LWV and increases our impact.
Join our board meetings. Third Thursday of the month at 5:30 pm . Everyone has a voice at our meetings. Only Board members are allowed to vote. Find our approved minutes HERE.
Annual Meeting: upcoming May of each calendar year
Join the LWV. Any citizen over age 16 may join the League of Women Voters by paying annual dues. Dues are NOT tax deductible.
Membership entitles a person to vote at Annual Meetings for Officers and Board Members, and to choose the topic for the Annual Study. Dues are shared with the State and National Leagues to support activities at those levels. This includes lobbying efforts on issues that have been previously studied and then presented to all Members for a vote on a Position Statement.
LWV of Klamath County 8880 Tingley Lane Klamath Falls, OR 97603
Address: _____________________________ OR 976 ____
Upon receipt of your contact information, one of our Members will contact you.
Current dues are $65 per individual (family dues: $97.50) (+$2.19 per transaction if paying via Paypal). Since $62.50 of this money goes to State and National, we are left with little for our local activities. We are asking you to add whatever you can to your dues to support our local activities. Dues are not tax deductible.
You may send a check payable to “LWV Klamath County” to Leslie Lowe at 8880 Tingley Lane, Klamath Falls, OR 97603. Or you may use a credit/debit card with Paypal below.
If you want to make a tax deductible donation, you may write a check to “LWVKC Ed Fund” or use Paypal below. This is in addition to your dues. You will get a receipt in the mail for the extra amount.
If you have difficulty making your payment, but wish to continue your membership, please contact Leslie Lowe at 541-882-6509 or at email@example.com . We have scholarship monies available to assist you to become a member.
Won’t you please take a moment to join us so that your membership can continue to support the work that the League does locally, statewide, and nationally?