Annual Membership Renewal 2023

11/30/2023

 

Greetings,

Please support W3R-US’ Membership Program. If you are not already a member of W3R-US, please consider becoming one. For current members, we ask you to renew your membership now. Your support of the membership program enables W3R to realize its dream of a signed, connected and conserved trial that sheds new light not only on the iconic leaders but also on the vital role of ordinary people on the journey to Yorktown. Membership dues are split 50/50 with each of the W3R state chapters to enable them to provide programs and events in your state.

With your membership you can avail yourself of W3R events and programs in your state, commemorate the Franco-American Alliance and explore the roles of the many diverse peoples who journeyed to the decisive Siege of Yorktown. Use the appropriate application form below to become or renew your individual, non-profit group or business/corporate membership. You can send a check made payable to W3R-US to P.O. Box 38255, Baltimore MD 21231 or go to https://w3r-us.org/w3r-us/membership/ to renew on line. You can use the Paypal button at the bottom of the form to check out with a Credit Card, Venmo or Paypal Account. An electronic payment form will appear after you enter the dollar amount.

Memberships renew in January of each year. W3R-US is a 501©(3) organization with a Platinum rating on Guidestar. Your dues are fully tax deductible. We DO NOT and never have shared your information. As always, thank you for your support.

Please use the appropriate form below to renew or signup:

Individual Membership

Non-Profit, Community & Group Membership

Corporate Membership

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