Share - Winter 2018 - 27
Why do we need
this special society?
Our National Headquarters building,
located at 10 West 71st Street in
Manhattan's historic Upper West Side,
is not only the home of our National
Office and the place of employment
for our support staff, it is a treasure
which belongs to every member of the
Catholic Daughters of the Americas.
The care and preservation of this Grand
Old Lady is, likewise, the responsibility
of each and every member of our order.
Please consider what you, your court,
your state can do to help preserve our
history to secure our future.
How do you join?
1. Discuss the options and possibilities
with your family or court.
2. Decide upon a payment plan that is
comfortable for you.
Classes of Membership
Ten Year Membership
One Year Membership
Open Membership any donation accepted
We understand a pledge of Perpetual
Membership can be a considerable
undertaking; therefore, we have come up
with several payment plan options for you:
10 Year Plan
payments of $15.85
5 Year Plan
payments of $31.71
3 Year Plan
payments of $52.86
Or, if you prefer,
make just one payment of $1,903.00
3. Complete and submit the attached
There is a payment for every pocket!
Think about a one time donation
A pledge may be made as a memorial, in
honor of an individual, in appreciation for
someone...whatever you want.
Take the Pledge
Now is the time to:
* Memorialize a member, friend or loved one
* Give a lasting gift that makes a difference
* Show your love of CDA with a personal
pledge or donation
Upon completion of your pledge as a
Perpetual Member of the 1903 Society,
you will enjoy these added benefits:
* Your name inscribed on a plaque
at National Headquarters.
* Certificate of Membership
* 1903 Society Membership Pin
Any State, Court or individual can pledge
to become a member of the Society and
support the upkeep and maintenance of
our beautiful, historic brownstone in
New York City. Please consider joining.
These old buildings do not
belong to us only, they belonged
to our forefathers and they
will belong to our descendants.
We are only trustees
for those that come after us.