Start a new club

LIMITED TIME OFFER: Start a new club today and pay no charter or new member fees!* If your club charters prior to January 31, 2021 and each member is paid through September 2021, your new club can save an average of $500 USD. Don't delay and start your new club today!

If you are looking to start a new Toastmasters club, you’ve come to the right place! Looking for more information on the process? Click “Request More Information” below. Ready to get started with your new club? Follow the steps outlined in the “Apply to Start Your Club” section.

Request Information: How to Start a Club

 

Did you know that Toastmasters clubs provide a proven educational program in a supportive, self-paced environment that improves communication and leadership skills?  Club members meet regularly and practice skills that help them to grow as communicators and leaders, advancing them towards career, community, and personal goals.  Click on "Request More Information" to find out all of the pertinent details to form your club today!

 

Apply to Start Your Club

 

Ready, set, start your club.  Step one - click on "Application to Organize" below; fill it out and submit it.  Subsequent steps are:

  • Pay a one-time charter fee of $125  $0 USD! LIMITED TIME OFFER**
  • Pay a one-time new member fee of $20 per member  $0 USD! LIMITED TIME OFFER
  • Recruit 20 or more people (age 18 and over) who want to join your club.
  • Designate and secure a meeting location.

And that's it! A Toastmasters International representative will contact you to guide you through the final steps.

*This offer is only valid if each member is paid through September 2021 at the time of charter.

** To obtain the Charter Kit prior to chartering, you will be charged $125 USD. This will be refunded if your club charters prior to January 31, 2021 and each member is paid through September 2021. Please contact newclubs@toastmasters.org for more information.

CLUB COMPLIANCE: All Toastmasters clubs and members must be in compliance with the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control (also known as “OFAC”). OFAC administers sanction programs on countries based on foreign policy and national security. Therefore, Club Officers must take the requisite measures to ensure clubs are in compliance by following the OFAC guidelines such as checking for club members on the Specifically Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List (SDN) in non-comprehensive sanctioned countries. Find a list of countries here or contact us byemail for further information.


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