NOTICE TO MEMBERS: NO CHANGE IN DUES

Catalyst December Issue 2005

It has been 10 years since the Catholic League raised its dues by $5 for family households (dues for seniors remained unchanged). During this time, the cost of everything associated with the Catholic League has steadily increased—postage, printing, salaries, rent, office supplies, electricity, maintenance, housekeeping, telephones, computers, etc.

We have good news. Notwithstanding these increases, the board of directors of the Catholic League has decided not to increase your membership dues. Why? Because we want to keep you, and we know that for some of you, any increase might prove to be prohibitive.

But we do have one request: those of you who are in a position to give more, please do so. As you know, we have appeals every other month: February, April, June, August, October and December. The money that is left over after paying for the cost of whatever project our appeal is about goes back into our operating account. It’s the only way we can pay our bills.

Thank you for your consideration, and for your generosity.


Written by Bill