Support TCOG

TCOG board members Alison Gerber and Adam Yeomans (membership chair) at our May 2016 board meeting.

Board members Alison Gerber and Adam Yeomans (membership chair) at our May 2016 board meeting.

Join the open government efforts!

For as little as $35, you can become a member and help support TCOG’s mission of promoting open government in Tennessee. By becoming a member, you help ensure there is a strong advocate for open government in Tennessee. See a list of our programs.

We are a non-partisan, non-profit organization founded in 2003. Our members include individual citizens, journalists, media organizations, lawyers and other non-profit community and good government organizations who have interest in a free flow of information so that citizens can fully participate in a democratic society. Our focus is on upholding and improving our public records and open meetings laws.

Because we are a 501(c)(3), contributions are tax deductible. You can find more information about us at our profile on GivingMatters.com.

Become a member

  • You will receive a letter confirming your tax-deductible donation for your records.
  • We will use your email to send you our monthly newsletter, and occasional news alerts. You can unsubscribe at any time.

You can also join by mailing a check and the above information to:

Tennessee Coalition for Open Government

P.O. Box 22248

Nashville, TN 37202

Organizational members:

Media groups, law firms, nonprofit associations and other types of organizations, can join at organizational rates. Contact Deborah Fisher at fisher@tcog.info for more information.

Thank you for supporting our work!

 

2 thoughts on “Support TCOG

  1. Sonny Albarado

    Always a soft spot for TCOG. I was at the organizational meeting many years ago and appreciate being kept on the email list so I can stay on top of open-government issues in TN.

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    • Deborah Fisher Post author

      We have a soft spot for you, too, Sonny! Thank you for all that you do and have done for journalists and citizens in promoting a free flow of information!

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