It's time to renew your FTRF membership!
The past year has been a remarkable journey toward the Foundation’s future, and headed into 2013, I am very enthusiastic about our plans and the positive impact they’ll have on libraries, library users, and the public at large.
One of our main projects this year was creating and unveiling our new website at www.ftrf.org. We are now able to integrate our membership and communication efforts. This means you can RENEW online now, update your contact information and, as a benefit of membership, you’ll have access to our new and improved FTRF Newsletter electronically via your personal member page. We are very proud that our partnership with you has allowed us to undertake so many important tasks. (Check out some of our recent accomplishments.) To renew your membership, visit our member renewal page and log in (on the right side of the page) to your personal membership page. To log in, enter your Username and Password, which were emailed to you earlier this year. (Note: if you did not receive or do not have access to the August email, you can easily generate a new one by clicking on "Forgot your password?" and entering the email address we have on record for you.) Alternatively, just give us a call at (312) 280-4226 and we can accept your membership dues over the phone.
Thanks for renewing your membership today!
Barbara M. Jones
P.S. If you have any questions about the renewal process, or any difficulties, please contact Jonathan Kelley at (312) 280-4226 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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