The Federation is continuing an aggressive membership
plan with incentives that are offered to reward Chapter members for recruiting and retaining NARFE members. Incentives
have proven to be successful and work well to increase membership as well as to retain members. The Colorado Federation
is proceeding with the plan as follows:
Recruiter All members who recruit one or more members will be acknowledged
with an email or letter of thanks. Recruiters will also receive an $8 recruitment bonus
from the National Office for each new current employee that you sign up. Be sure you include your membership
ID and chapter number on the applications to ensure you receive credit for these promotions.
In case there is an event, Health Fair, or other, fill out an Event Report Form - Complete this form for each recruitment event and forward the completed form
to the Federation Vice President, Membership.
ALL members who
recruit (1) or more new members will receive a distinctive Recruiting Pin from NARFE. This special recognition can only
be received during the recruiting cycle by recruiting new members for NARFE.
Any annuitant who signs
up for dues withholding will receive a check for $5.00.
spouse who joins NARFE will receive a check for $5.00.
spouse who signs up for dues withholding will receive a check for $5.00.
NOTE: All requests for Dues Withholding rebates must be sent to the VP-Membership with an accompanying
Form C-7 – NARFE Member Request for Dues Withholding Rebate.
for Dues Withholding Form DW-2
Submit the Spousal Rebate
Form C-9 to the Federation 1st Vice President for processing.
Click Here for Spousal Rebate Form C-9 The $5.00 Rebates will be issued when the change to Dues Withholding or new spousal member are reported on the M-112,
Monthly Chapter Activity Report, under ‘Payment Status changes.’ The Federation VP membership will process the Rebate form to the Federation Treasurer to issue the $5.00 Rebate to the
and Work Membership Reports:
Welcome all new members (by phone, letters,
Thank all members for Renewing
· Contact all second-notice members
· Contact all dropped members (Include a survey form if feasible)
· Contact dropped members periodically after expiration date: 3 months, 6 months, one-year (by phone, letters, or e-mail)
Contact all current members annually to thank them
for continuing their membership and to encourage their participation and offer assistance with any issues they may have.
Benefits of Joining
There are several benefits to becoming a member of our organization.
Our members are close friends and we have a great time when we get together. Of course we also have a common interest, and
we hope to further our cause. See the below Membership Application
for more of the benefits you will receive as a NARFE member.
How Can You Join?
To join we need a completed application
and membership dues for the first year. Please contact us for more information or download a copy of the application.
Frank Impinna, Federation Vice President – Membership
A NARFE Chapter can be found in nearly every
city and town across the USA, as well as in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Panama and Guam. These local representatives
of NARFE offer a host of benefits and opportunities for their members. Join a local chapter to:
- Make Yourself Heard. NARFE
chapters provide critical grassroots support for NARFE’s national legislative agenda. Your benefits are under attack
and NARFE is in the fight to preserve them. Chapter members let their legislators know what’s on their minds and open
doors for NARFE’s legislative team in Washington, D.C.
- Stay Informed. In addition to the rich communications from Headquarters, chapter
newsletters, websites and meetings expand on the local and state issues affecting the federal community. Every NARFE chapter
is unique, offering speakers and activities that meet the interests of its members.
- Find Community. NARFE chapters unite federal employees, retirees, their
spouses, and surviving spouses and provide an opportunity to connect with fellow Feds, get involved in leadership and governance,
and develop close and lasting friendships.
To find a local chapter, click here or call 800-456-8410, ext. 204.