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Honor the memory of a deceased loved one with a Black Achievement Fund Honorary Membership!

Demonstrate your love and dedication for a deceased loved one with a Black Achievement Fund Honorary Membership! Honorary members receive an official BAF honorary membership certificate with a personal message statement from the person giving the membership.  

Honorary memberships are $108, the cost of a one-year BAF membership. For the year of their membership, Honorary Members will be listed on the BAF's website along with the names of those who gave the membership. Honorary Members will be further distinguished in the BAF's Memorial Monument to be built after we complete our campaign.


Give the gift of empowerment with a Black Achievement Fund Gift Membership!

Empower someone you love by giving a Black Achievement Fund Gift Membership today! Gift memberships entitle recipients to all of the benefits and responsibilities of BAF membership for a full year. Recipients of gift memberships also receive an official gift membership certificate signed by the person giving the gift membership and the President of the Black Achievement Fund.

Gift memberships are $108, the cost of a one-year BAF basic membership. Gift membership recipients must be at least 16 years old.

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Can't afford a BAF membership? Earn one through our Merit Membership program!

At the BAF, we put people over profit. Even at only $9 a month, we understand that many people cannot afford to become members of the Black Achievement Fund. Therefore, the Black Achievement Fund is pleased to offer Merit Memberships for individuals who are unemployed or unable to pay the monthly membership fee, 

To be eligible for a Merit Membership, individuals must be at least 16 years old and complete at least 3 hours of community service a month on behalf of the BAF. Individuals who receive merit memberships are entitled to the full benefits of BAF membership. 

"Everybody can be great because anyone can serve."
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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