Join the Mississippi Humanist Association and do some good here in Mississippi, for goodness' sake!
Mississippi Humanist Association - We Believe In Good!
To join the Mississippi Humanist Association, please click on the appropriate donate icon above, then sign into PayPal to complete your donation.
Thank you for your support of the Mississippi Humanist Association!
Individual Membership (Annual) -- $25.00
Family Membership (Annual) -- $40.00
Your membership entitles you to vote (family memberships receive 2 votes) and participate in elections held at the MHA Annual Membership Meeting. All MHA members are notified of, and invited to, all activities and events held by the Mississippi Humanist Association.
Your generous support makes everything the Mississippi Humanist Association does possible. 100% of all membership dues support the Mississippi Humanist Association's activities and events, such as our monthly gatherings, charitable activities, and special events.
If you would prefer to join the MHA by mail, please send your name, address, e-mail address with your check/money order to :
Mississippi Humanist Association
PO Box 1343
Jackson, MS 39215
All donations are tax deductible, as the Mississippi Humanist Association is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit with the IRS, as well as a registered charity in the state of Mississippi. For more information, please click here to visit GuideStar, the leading source for information regarding nonprofit organizations.
I am a member of the American Humanist Association.
Does an American Humanist Association membership serve as a membership in the Mississippi Humanist Association?
Unfortunately, no. Being a member of the American Humanist Association (AHA) does not confer membership in the Mississippi Humanist Association (MHA), nor does MHA membership confer AHA membership status. However, we hope you will consider supporting the efforts of the AHA, as the AHA supports the MHA, and the AHA does great work furthering many worthy causes, such as the Appignani Humanist Legal Center and Humanist Crisis Response.