Membership in Assistance League of Nashville is open to all individuals interested in providing service to the community. Members volunteer their time and talents in the area of their choice -- philanthropic programs, fundraising activities and support services. This all-volunteer organization continually strives to improve the quality of life in the Nashville community. Find your personal volunteer niche by choosing from a variety of programs:
Members are actively involved year-round in the management and operation of our two main philanthropic programs, application of Grants and one fundraising event to support these programs. If you want to help make a difference by working with a group of dedicated and talented volunteers, consider becoming a member of Assistance League® of Nashville.
Your obligations as a member include participation in and support of the philanthropic programs and fundraising activities of the chapter and service on a committee of your choice. As a voting member, you will attend regular chapter meetings as required. We meet the second Wednesday of each month at the Green Hills Libary. Our meetings start at 10:00 a.m.. Meetings last about one hour.
A voting member shall participate in and support the philanthropic programs and fundraising activities of the chapter. Voting members shall attend regular chapter meetings as required on the 2nd Wednesday of each month and have the privilege of voting and holding office. Annual chapter dues are $75.00 per year.
Nonvoting membership is granted to individuals who wish to support and participate in philanthropic programs and/or fundraising activities on a limited basis. They are welcome to attend monthly meetings and serve on committees but they may not hold an office. Dues are $100. There is a one-time new member orientation fee of $20.
We call this our "MOM" (mentoring our members) program. Each new member of Assistance League of Nashville will have two mentors or (MOMS.) The mentors will stay in contact with the new member until they become actively involved. The mentor will ensure that the new member knows what is expected and help them find a committee to match their interests. Orientation meetings conducted by the Education Chairman help to ensure the information process.