Membership

MEMBERSHIP

The Portland Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club encourages all local Pi Phis to become members of our club. Membership in your local Alumnae club provides many benefits, both nationally and locally.

Contact us at pibetaphiportland@gmail.com

*We can now accept credit and debit cards through memberplanet.

DUES BREAKDOWN

Where does your $60 go?

$35 : INTERNATIONAL DUES — Collegiate support, Scholarships, Fraternity Operations, The Arrow, Convention and Leadership Seminars and more.

$25 : LOCAL DUES — Philanthropic Donations to Arrowmont, Links to Literacy, Arrows in the Artic, Scholarship and our local philanthropic work.  Club Communications, including mailings*, the Website, club events and more!

$60: TOTAL FOR ONE YEAR

*Please remember that we are only able to provide dues paying members (without e-mail access) mailed club correspondence as well as our annual yearbook.

ANGEL FUND

In 2001, the Angel Fund was created to give members an additional way to support our club.  Donations to the fund assist with annual club costs of mailings, events and philanthropic donations. The Portland Alumnae Club relies on the support of our Angel Investors.  Donating to the fund is easy, just include it in your check with dues. Whether you can give $5 or $50, you help our club flourish.

*Please note that dues or other payments to the Portland Alumnae Club are not tax-deductible.

Thank you to all of our Angel Fund Donors!

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