Local Affiliate Finance Officer Position Description

The local affiliate finance officer (applies to branches, chapters, YWTF, CWLEA, etc.) oversees the fiscal operations of the affiliate. Read more »

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Membership Dues Update

The AAUW Board of Directors voted in June 2017 to enact the first dues change in almost a decade. Effective March 16, 2018, national dues will increase from $49 to $59. Read more »

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AAUW Affiliate Compliance Checklist

All AAUW affiliates (branches, states, Younger Women’s Task Force chapters, and the Collegiate Women’s Leadership Educators Alliance) must submit requested documentation to the national office in order to be recognized as an entity officially affiliated with AAUW. Read more »

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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 »

Contribution Report Form (CRF)

The AAUW Contribution Report Form (CRF) is a document for branch and state leaders including Funds Chairs, Finance Chairs, Treasurers, and Presidents, to record and submit gifts. Read more »

National, State, and Branch Leadership Positions

Leadership positions exist for AAUW at the national, state, and branch level. Other than specific administrative and financial responsibilities to AAUW, state and branch leadership positions are flexible according to your organization’s resources and interests. Read more »

Member Services Database (MSD)

The AAUW Member Services Database (MSD) is your online access to AAUW’s national database records. Read more »

Membership Payment Program (MPP)

Why MPP? Secure Billing and receiving payments is safe for you and your members. Generate dues renewal notices to e-mail directly to your members or print and distribute them. Convenient […] Read more »

Branch Dues Report Process

The membership year for AAUW branches runs July 1–June 30. After March 15, branches are encouraged to focus on the collection of membership dues for the next fiscal year. There […] Read more »

Resources for AAUW Finance Officers

Get information on a variety of topics every AAUW finance officer needs to know including budgeting and managing money, accounting principles and IRS regulations, keeping accurate records, paying dues, processing contributions, and more. Read more »