On the Blog: 2016 Membership Sign Up and Dues *Register Here*

November 9, 2015

It’s that time of year again!

Below you’ll find the form for the 2016 Membership sign up and dues payment.

Please read the following instructions carefully before completing the form:

  1. Make sure to fill out all pages of the form – there are multiple pages to the form below; please click through all pages until you receive a pop-up message that your response has been recorded and/or you are redirected to PayPal’s secure site to submit your Credit Card or PayPal payment.
  2. This year there are multiple options of payment. Please follow the instructions on the form – all prospective and renewing members must fill out the form below regardless of payment type. 
  3. If you choose to pay by check, you have the option to 
    1. Mail your check to the Guild (address provided within the form, and {here})
    2. Bring your check to the November meeting (location and time {here})
  4. If you choose to pay by PayPal or Credit Card: the form will ask that you click a link to redirect you to the Guild’s secure PayPal site. **Please make sure to submit your payment on the redirect page, or your membership renewal will not be complete.**
    1. Note: You do NOT need a PayPal account to pay by credit card. When re-directed to the PayPal site from the membership form below, you have the option of clicking “Pay by Credit Card” or “Pay with your PayPal Account”. 
    2. The online payment process through the PayPal site is secure.
    3. The Guild is strongly encouraging people to pay electronically if possible. If you are not comfortable doing so, please be sure to send/bring your check to the Guild on or before the November 15 meeting. 
  5. Please see the previous 2016 Membership Post {here} for more information on how verifying your registration submission will work at November’s meeting.
  6. Questions about Membership? please email the Guild at chicagomodernqg@gmail.com

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Photo: Triangles quilt by Erika Mulvenna