We are proud to share the fact that the Virginia Head Start Association has benefitted from 100% of all VA Recipients Grantees supporting us with annual membership dues since its inception in 2006. The long-term sustainability of the association would not be possible without your membership support.
Your VAHSA annual dues support the following:
Your financial contributions truly are vital to our existence, as is your participation and membership. Thank you for the teamwork to support our most vulnerable children and families in Virginia, especially as we continue to navigate the effects of the pandemic on our children, families, and staff. As always, we are stronger together.
Dues are due Aug 31 each year for annual membership that runs Sept 1 – Aug 31 to align with a typical school year calendar. Invoices are sent to recipient grantees annually in July. Annual Dues are assessed at $7.50 per child per funded enrollment for both Head Start and Early Head Start children.
Corporations and other allied organizations are welcome to join the VAHSA as Corporate Members. See pricing and benefits click here.
Friends of VAHSA are individuals who value the work of the association. Friend Membership allows you to hold an individual membership and would include all member benefits including registration discounts, participation on our Board of Directors and advisory groups, current information via email and newsletter, etc. The annual fee is $250.00.
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