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Membership Annual Dues

Membership dues are set from time to time by the Board of Directors of the Committee
and are payable upon receipt of the annual dues request letter sent at the beginning of the
Committee’s fiscal year on August 1.

The annual membership dues for the 2014-15 fiscal year are $190.


The St. Louis Committee does not charge monthly fees nor does it charge additional dues for
spouses, partners, or family members who might accompany a member to a meeting.

Attendees to the monthly dinner meetings pay for their dinners, usually via a check at the door
or when making the advance reservation.

Currently the cost of the dinner is $45 per person.


Many members make annual donations to the St. Louis Committee as well as to the Annual
Giving Campaign of the ACFR. For information on how to make a contribution, please contact
the Treasurer – see under contact us.

Tax Exempt Corporation

The Council on Foreign Relations St. Louis Committee Inc. is a Missouri nonprofit corporation
and a public benefit entity organized for educational purposes within the meaning of Section
501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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