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Affiliate Model Bylaws

AAUW’s model bylaws provide a framework to assist AAUW affiliates in preparing or amending their bylaws. Read more »

Resource   |   November 27, 2016
AAUW staff say thank you to our members, donors and volunteers

AAUW Thanks You

We’ve dedicated this week to giving thanks to their legacy — and to today’s AAUW members, supporters, and volunteers who continue our founders’ fight and exemplify their sense of community. Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   November 14, 2016

AAUW National Election FAQ

Get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about the 2017 AAUW National Election process. Read more »

Resource   |   October 01, 2016

The Gender Pay Gap by State and Congressional District

The gender pay gap exists in almost every congressional district according to the most recent statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau. How do your state and district stack up? Read more »

Resource   |   September 14, 2016

AAUW Affiliate Agreement

In 2009 AAUW was recognized as a tax-exempt nonprofit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our new structure also includes a small 501(c)(4) entity (AAUW Action Fund) that houses our Lobby Corps and get-out-the-vote activities. Because of these changes, in order to meet IRS requirements, all AAUW branches and states must sign an AAUW affiliate agreement. Read more »

Resource   |   August 28, 2016
2016 AAUW Bylaws Cover Art

2016 AAUW Bylaws

The AAUW Bylaws contain policies and procedures for managing the organization and information for the Governance Committee for conducting AAUW’s affairs. Read more »

Resource   |   August 25, 2016

AAUW Board of Directors Policy Book

This manual addresses AAUW’s policies and responsibilities regarding operations, membership, and finances. Review critical updates including the Fundraising Policy (501) and Collaborations with Other Organizations (600). Read more »

Resource   |   August 14, 2016
Children's letter blocks spelling the word "Risk."

Directors and Officers Liability Insurance

Protect your leaders and organization from loss due to legal claims alleging errors, omissions, negligence and other “wrongful acts.” If your AAUW entity has not yet acquired this protection, it is advisable to consider Director and Officer (D & O) liability insurance. Read more »

Resource   |   July 18, 2016