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Have you donated
your membership dues
this year?
A city starts with its neighborhoods, and your neighborhood starts with you. By becoming a member of NENA, you’ll be joining one of Olympia’s most effective and active neighborhood associations. 350 members strong and growing, NENA can help you shape the future of your neighborhood and make our community a more vibrant, safer, and more beautiful place to live. As a NENA member you’ll be able to:

  • Stay informed about what’s up in our neck of the woods
  • Tap the creativity, passion, and expertise of your neighbors to address the issues that are important to you
  • Add your voice to your neighborhood’s chorus of voices advocating for positive change on important issues like crime prevention,
    code enforcement, and sidewalk and trail construction.
  • Get to know your neighbors and have fun at NENA events like our annual potluck picnic celebration in September.

Becoming a new member, renewing your current membership, or making a donation is easy. Just download this membership form or use Pay Pal.
Yearly dues are still only $10, although we do encourage those who can to contribute more.

‪Other Ways to Contribute to NENA‬

Are you a frequent shopper at Ralph's or Bayview Thriftway?  If so, you can help support NENA by using your ThrifteCard. You may remember using their Community Rebate Card in the past. These cards are being phased out and will be replaced with the new ThrifteCard shown below. Just hand your ThrifteCard to the cashier and 1% of your total purchase will be contributed to NENA through their Community Rebate Program. Questions? Call their helpline (596-0110) or email support@stormans.com.

If you need a new ThrifteCard, click here to download their form / flyer to learn more or get started.

If you already have a ThrifteCard, call 596-0110 to make NENA the beneficiary of the rebate.

Not a Ralph's or Bayview shopper? Then consider making a contribution to NENA by clicking here.

Thank you for your support!

What NENA cannot do for you...

NENA is not a homeowners' association, so we cannot enforce codes or covenants, build speed bumps or sidewalks (but we can help you take a leadership role on projects like these). Members of the NENA board are volunteers who are invested in our neighborhood and give their time to keep this organization going; they cannot turn your ideas into reality without your help and leadership!

ann torpie,
Jun 20, 2011, 7:51 AM
ann torpie,
Jun 23, 2011, 11:43 AM