New members may choose to participate as a voting or non-voting member. Orientation training is provided for all new members.
Membership requirements include participating in and supporting the Chapter’s resource developement, philanthropic and fundraising activities, serving on committees and attendance at monthly Chapter meetings.
Members support the chapter in various capacities which may include: supporting resource development by working in the Cedar Closet Thrift shop, helping with philanthropic programs, and administrative tasks such as public relations. Attendance at monthly meetings is optional.
Members who have completed a minimum of eight years of active membership. The Board grants sustaining membership. Attendance at meetings, programs, and fundraising events is optional.
Members unable to attend day time meetings may join Alpine Auxiliary. This group meets monthly in the evenings and administers Hug-A-Bear and Assault Survivor Kits, Sharon Manor, and K.I.D.S. programs.
To find out more about becoming a member, please click here: ALF Membership Form (under construction)