Join JACL

Join JACL – together, we can make a difference.

JACL provides leadership on a national scale for many important issues that affect our daily lives. These programs have included in recent years the monitoring of anti-Asian violence; the promoting of accurate accounts of the Japanese American experience in our nation’s textbooks; the promotion of leadership development skills; the creation of the Legacy Fund,a perpetual endowment that is helping to ensure that we can carry on our work into the future; and the ongoing monitoring of the campaign for Redress, in which we successfully lobbied the US Government for compensation and an apology for Japanese American WWII internment camp survivors.

As a member of JACL you become reconnected-through a wide range of local programs and activities at the Chapter level-to the spirit, heritage, and culture of Japanese American life. This may include participating in social activities, helping out with educational programs, or simply attending local board meetings.

Membership Benefits

BROCHURE

•  Free Pacific Citizen Newspaper subscription
•  Monthly Seattle JACL Newsletter
•  Scholarship Program
•  JACL Credit Union Services

Membership Categories

Individual  $67
Regular sustained members of the organization.

Students & Youth $30
Category for individuals who are 25 years of younger or who are currently enrolled in a college, trade school, or university at either the undergraduate or graduate level.

Couple & Family $115
Spouses or partners (and children) residing in the same household.

Thousand Club $100
Century Club $175
Exclusive membership categories whose members make a larger annual contribution to the programs of the organization.

Life Thousand Club $3000
Life Century Club $5000

Spouse or partner of a current Thousand Club, Century Club, or Life Member.

Seattle Chapter Booster $20
Senior Seattle Chapter Booster $15
These members do not receive the Pacific Citizen, but do receive the Chapter newsletter.

All proceeds from Booster Membership goes to the Seattle Chapter.

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