Become a Member of PSARA

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Join us in our work to make retirement real for all generations and in our fight for social justice, economic security, dignity and a healthy planet for all of us.

Basic Membership $20/year

Supporting membership – $50/year

Sponsoring membership – $100/year

To become a PSARA Member, Renew your Membership or Make a Donation chose one of the following options.

By Credit Card:  Click on the “JOIN or DONATE”  button below. It will take you to an Act Blue page where you can choose the amount.

Gift Membership: If you are giving a gift membership online, please write in the “note” box field during checkout the following items for the person receiving the gift:          First and Last Name, Email and phone number, Address (if possible)


By Mail: You can mail a check to: PSARA,       321 16th Ave S., Seattle, WA 98144

You can give a gift membership by mail by sending the information above with your check.

If you prefer to make a tax deductible donation: Donate to the PSARA Education Fund, a tax deductible 501c(3) entity. Click on the red box located on the top right hand side of the PSARA website homepage, or click here: PSARA Education Fund », a tax deductible donation of $20 or more entitles you to a year’s subscription to the Retiree Advocate.

Pride Parade Seattle 2012 Puget Sound Advocate for Retirement Action

Photo by PSARA member Garet Munger

Why join Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action?

  • As a PSARA member, you will receive a yearly subscription to the newsletter, The Retiree Advocate. The Advocate has news of interest to all of us on a range of issues that are local, regional, national and even international. It provides analysis of developments in our struggle for retirement security for present and future generations. The newsletter also covers information on our fight for economic, social, racial justice for all including our fight for environmental sustainability, housing for all, universal medical care and fair and equitable wages and other issues related to building a more just and equitable community, nation and world.
  • As PSARA members, our voices on issues of concern are taken more seriously by elected officials. We also take actions with other PSARA members and allies to pursue our values and goals.
  • PSARA offers the opportunity through our activities and forums to meet new friends who are active, informed and engaged in trying to make our world a better place.