Membership Renewal

Membership Renewal is the lifeblood of the Club. Without your ongoing participation, commitment and support, we will be unable to continue the work at hand in creating the best life possible for Great Pyrs and their human companions.

Here Is What You Need To Know About Your Membership

The membership year is September 1 – August 31

THE DEADLINE FOR RENEWAL OF MEMBERSHIP IS AUGUST 31ST.

Membership shall be terminated if Membership fees are unpaid for thirty-one (31) days following the beginning of the membership year. If any member's fees are unpaid after thirty-one (31) days following the beginning of the membership year, that Member may apply for reinstatement upon payment of the required fee and late penalty and shall be reinstated as a full member.

Membership Renewal Is
As Easy As 1, 2, 3

We have made maintaining your membership as convenient as possible for you. You have two ways to renew your membership.

1) You can download and print our paper form, complete it and mail it with your cheque to the club; or

2) You can complete our online form and pay with any major credit card or from your PayPal account. It's all available to you right here on our site. It's safe, it's secure and it's so convenient. Why not do it right now?

Great Pyrenees Club of Southern Ontario
Membership Renewal Form

Please note that all fields followed by an asterisk must be filled in.
Yes
No
ACTIVE - 18 years of age or older, full voting privileges $30.00
ASSOCIATE - reside outside of GPCSO's geographic boundaries $25.00
FAMILY- two or more members of a family two voting members $43.00
LIFE MEMBER NO CHARGE
SENIOR/DISABLED - Over 65 years or on a fixed income $15.00
JUNIOR - Under 18 yrs of age $15.00
Pyr Rescue
GPCSO Newsletter
Shows & Awards
General Club Fund
Other (please specify below):
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