Job description and tips for the position of Membership Chair. The Membership Chair recruits and involves members in League activities.
All League leaders have a role to play in building and sustaining a strong membership base. The membership chair and the membership committee may be responsible for implementing the League's day-to-day recruitment and retention activities, but their success depends on everyone's participation. The following tips for membership growth should become an integral part of the League work.
Public relations is the art of using the media to inform and to influence. The PR chair may have primary responsibility for heightening League visibility in the community, but every board member should contribute to the group's PR efforts. Leagues should build a communications strategy into every activity on their agenda.
Job description for the position of Voter Service Chair. The Voter Service Chair oversees and coordinates the League's efforts to provide nonpartisan information to voters and to promote citizen participation in elections.
The League of Women Voters has an education fund that is available to all Leagues through the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF). Established in 1957 as a separate tax-exempt organization with a 501(c)(3) tax status; Leagues can fund raise tax-deductible dollars. This FREE service is offered by LWVUS to state and local Leagues. Setting up an account is quick and easy! Contact GrantServices@lwv.org to get more information to set up an account with LWVUS. Please click here to see information on how you can use your education fund.