Join the League of Women Voters of Wayne County, OH
The League of Women Voters is the organization where hands-on work to safeguard democracy leads to civic improvement. Join the League of Women Voters, a respected national grassroots organization, where individuals like you are actively engaged in creating positive change on the local, state, and national levels. Become a member and serve as a leader in your community, and work to shape the important issues that keep our communities strong.
Join us in:
- Acting as a force to create positive, lasting change in our communities
- Empowering millions of voters to protect their right to vote and to have that vote count.
- Bridging the partisan divide by fostering civil discourse on topics of community interest.
- Educating citizens and fostering dialogue on important issues – from healthcare and climate change to immigration and affordable housing.
- Advocating for positive change at the local, state and national levels on issues that impact all of us, such as land use, education reform and government transparency and accountability.
We believe that sensible, responsible civil discourse and action based on substance rather than partisanship is essential for civic improvement. We believe that with leaders like you, we can make democracy work.
Membership is open to men and women 18 years or older. Annual dues are $80 per person, $110 total for two people in the same household. Membership in the League of Women Voters of Wayne County, Ohio includes membership in the LWV United States and LWV of Ohio. Dues are not tax-deductible, but contributions to the LWV Education Fund is tax-deductible.
Join us and be part of the solution! Our community needs leaders like you to help ensure that our community is a strong, safe and vibrant place to live. Become a member and start receiving benefits today.
League of Women Voters of Wayne County Online Membership Form
» Printable LWV Membership Form
Sources of Funding
The League is a nonprofit organization that relies on dues and contributions to operate and to achieve its goals. Support comes from members, nonmembers, and the community at large.
Each local league decides the amount of its dues and the method for collecting them. From its funds, the local league pays a Per Member Payment (PMF) to support both the national and state or regional League.
To finance its programs, the League also conducts fund raising campaigns at each level. Since Leagues are lobbying organizations, donations for advocacy activities and League dues are not tax deductible. However, education funds at the local, state, and national levels qualify as 501(c)(3) organizations under the Internal Revenue Code and may accept tax-deductible contributions. These funds are used exclusively for services to voters, impartial information on governmental issues, and educational and research projects.