Alumnae Dues Increase Notification
News, Sisterhood | March 15, 2019

Effective Aug. 1, 2019, national dues paid by alumnae chapter members will increase by $1 – from $20 to $21 – per year.  It’s important to note that this is the first increase since 2009.  

Since that time, we have worked to enhance and increase resources and support for our alumnae members and chapters, including welcoming alumnae chapter leaders to Volunteer Leadership Conference, providing GINSystem websites for alumnae chapters and actively marketing the many benefits of alumnae chapter membership to Tri Delta’s 217,000 alumnae.    

Dues paid by our alumnae members help advance Tri Delta’s Purpose and allow us to offer lifelong opportunities for friendship and engagement – opportunities that allow our members to become the best versions of themselves by embracing our core values of truth, self-sacrifice and friendship.  Alumnae dues help us deliver these opportunities and continue to honor our Founders’ vision for a society that would offer a perpetual bond of friendship and be kind alike to all.    

PLEASE NOTE: Dues submitted prior to Aug. 1, 2019, will remain at the existing amount of $20.  

For those alumnae chapter leaders in need of assistance with submitting your rosters online and paying your members’ national dues for 2018-19, please contact Alumnae Engagement Manager Jamye Larson, at 817-471-1882, or via email at jlarson@trideltaeo.org. 

Please also note that Tri Delta will be inviting alumnae who are not affiliated with an alumnae chapter to pay annual national dues at a rate of $33 per year – further enhancing the value of alumnae chapter membership.  This outreach will begin in mid-April, so we encourage you to finalize your rosters soon to ensure your chapter members are properly assigned in our database. 

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