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About Us
Membership

 

We invite you to join us!

Your membership contribution helps us safeguard the precious history of Jewish life in the Mid-South, and enables us to continue to offer a variety of outstanding speakers, programs and services. Your membership entitles you to receive by mail our newsletter as well as individual notices of our programs throughout the year.

You can become a member for a very nominal $36.00 per member (family) per year. Or, if you wish to support the society at a higher level, you will be supporting our wonderful programs throughout the year. A full list of membership levels follows:

Regular Member:

   $36

 Donor:

   $50

Patron:

   $100

Silver Sponsorship:

   $250

Gold Sponsorship:

   $500

Platinum Sponsorship:

   $1000 or greater

We hope you will also consider donating to the Sumner Levine Speaker Series (SLSS) Fund which was established in 2014 to honor the memory of Sumner Levine, a driving force in bringing programs of excellence to the Jewish Historical Society of Memphis and the Mid-South.

To join:

  • Print and fill out a Membership Application Form ( Click here for a printable Application.)

  • You may pay by check or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Diners Club).

    • To pay by check, make your check payable to Jewish Historical Society of Memphis & the Mid-South with a memo that it is for JHS Membership dues.
    • To have your credit card manually processed by our treasurer, include your credit card information on the Membership Application Form.
  • Mail the completed Membership application with check or Credit Card information to: 

                                                      Jewish Historical Society of Memphis and the Mid-South
                                                      6560 Poplar Ave.
                                                      Memphis TN 38138

We welcome your interest, your support and your participation!

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