A: The human resources department at your company should have the forms. Complete them and send them to Matching Gifts, Commonwealth Club Development, 595 Market Street 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105. Find a list of employers who match gifts to The Club on our matching gifts page.
A: Yes, you can purchase a gift of membership for someone else. You pay for the membership (at any level) and the other person receives the benefits. Purchase online or call (415) 597-6708 to purchase over the phone.
A: Yes. Send your contribution to Memorials C/O Commonwealth Club Development Department, 595 Market Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105. Provide the name and address of the individual. Acknowledgements will be sent to the donor and the person named who inspired the gift (if appropriate). You may also make your gift online and fill out the tribute section.
A: Membership is one of The Commonwealth Club’s most important sources of support, and the Club’s relationship with its members is of an utmost importance. The Commonwealth Club does not sell its membership list to other organizations. However, in order to assist in its membership and fundraising efforts, the Club periodically rents and/or exchanges the names and addresses of its members and former members with other organizations, using a process that does not permit the other organization to review or retain a copy of the membership list. Read more »
A: You can make a gift (bequest) to the Club through your will or living trust by designating a percentage of your total estate, the residue or a portion of the residue, or a specific dollar amount. See Legacy Giving for sample bequest language and all other pertinent information.
A: You can update your name, address, phone number and e-mail address by sending the old and new information to email@example.com or by contacting the Membership Department at (415) 597-6708.
A: Yes. The Commonwealth Club is one unified organization that hosts events throughout the Bay Area including in Silicon Valley and the East Bay. Inforum and Climate One are divisions of the Commonwealth Club and all member benefits apply.