Club Dues Are Due!

If you are a club officer – a couple of tips to help you with your renewals…

Don’t let a couple of late members hold up your renewal – renew the members whose dues you have collected so you can meet the deadline!  The others can be renewed as you collect their dues.

Don’t wait until the last day to renew – with over 13,500 clubs around the world, the system gets incredibly busy as the October 1 deadline approaches.

A club must have at least 8 members paid by October 1 to be in good standings.  There is no longer a grace period.

To submit dues renewals online, simply Login to www.toastmasters.org using your personal username and password.

Click on Leadership Central, then Club Central Click on your club name to pay renewals.
Under Conduct Club Business, click on the option Pay dues.
Once on this page, simply select the option of “in the future.” This will pull up all orders with a future membership end date.
Select the members you wish to pay for and follow the prompts to submit payment.

Consider these important details when processing membership payments:

  • Renewals can be submitted online, by mail or by fax. Please make sure the renewal is complete before sending.
  • Do not submit renewals by e-mail, because financial information in an e-mail is not secure.
  • Dues renewals can be paid online if paying by credit card.
  • If paying by check, print the list indicating the renewing members and mail it, along with payment in US funds, to Toastmasters International. Make checks payable to Toastmasters International.
  • To remain in good standing the minimum requirements are: at least eight members must pay dues and three must be renewing.

Need help?  Contact Toastmasters International Member Services at or call 949-858-8255.

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