Become a Member
Thank you for your interest in joining the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis in our mission to advocate and empower African Americans and others to create economically self-sufficient lives in the St. Louis region. Your membership is tax-deductible. To become a member of the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis, Inc. please complete the form below. For more information, contact email@example.com.
All members are entitled to vote on incoming Board Members. All members will receive:
The League’s quarterly newsletter (The Urban Connection)
- Announcements for Urban League Events
General Membership (Urban Leaguer) – $50
Senior (Associate) – $20
Organizer – $100
Partner – $250
Whitney M. Young Society Pillar Level – $500-$999
Whitney M. Young Society Founder Level – $1000-$2499
Whitney M. Young Society Heritage Level – $2500 – $4999
Whitney M. Young Society Legacy Level – $5000 or more
Auxiliary Membership Levels:
Federation of Block Units – $25
Urban League Guild – $50
Young Professionals – $50
The Federation of Block Units – dedicated to helping residents in the St. Louis community to improve their neighborhoods. For more information, contact (314) 615-3618.Urban League Young Professionals of Metropolitan St. Louis – are the League’s auxiliary organization for engaging and grooming future generations in the Urban League Movement. ULYP consists of young urban adults between the ages of 21-40 committed to causes of diversity, community service and professionalism in the Urban League movement. For more information, contact (314) 615-3635.
Urban League Guild of Metropolitan St. Louis – an auxiliary that serves as ambassadors for the St. Louis affiliate and the National Council of Urban League Guilds. Since 1986, the Guild continues to create new and innovative ways to support the mission of the Urban League and reach out and address the economic, social and health needs of the St. Louis community. For more information, contact (314) 615-3604.
The main purpose of NULITES is to promote and maintain high standards of well being, educational, character and leadership qualities. This is accomplished through its program goals, structure and required educational seminars and community service projects and youth embracing the Seven Principals of NULITES. For more information, contact (314) 615-3607.