Become a Contributor
Individuals who are members or others who are friends of the
RNLA are encouraged to contribute to the RNLA. Proceeds
are utilized to fund the current operations of the organization.
Special gifts designed to fund specific programs of the
association may be arranged by contacting the
Director. Individuals do not have to be lawyers to make
$15,000 Abraham Lincoln Fellow
Those who contribute this amount are recognized among the
most dedicated supporters of the RNLA and its missions.
Benefits include lifetime membership in RNLA, complimentary admission to all
RNLA National Policy Conferences and National Election LAw Seminars, and complimentary admission for one couple to the
2017 RNLA inaugural ball. Unless otherwise instructed, you
will be permanently recognized on the organization's web site.
$7,500 Ronald Reagan Fellow
Benefits include a lifetime membership in the RNLA, and complimentary admission
to all National Policy Conferences. Unless otherwise
instructed, you will be permanently recognized on the RNLA web site.
Contributors who donate $7,500 can make possible a summer
internship for a law student through the RNLA. Such interns
will assist the RNLA Executive Director and volunteer
national officers in the organization and conduct of the
National Election Law Seminar, and other lawyer programs.
Contributors who desire to make an internship contribution
should notify the Executive Director of such intent on or
before March 1 of the anticipated calendar year. Contributors
become life members of RNLA, and receive a recognition item.
$3,000 RNLA Life Member
Contributors receive a lifetime membership to RNLA and at the Sustaining Member level with the first three years on the RNLA Advisory Council.
$1,000 RNLA Advisory Council
Contributors will be recognized for their unique services and financial support. The Advisory Council entitles a member to special recognition, preferred seating at all RNLA sponsored or invited events and an invitation to special events which will be held throughout the year.