How To become a member
IF YOU ARE NEW TO US
After reviewing this site and what it offers, if you would like to become a member of WebWhispers, please choose "New Application" from the column at the left.
CURRENT OR PAST MEMBERS
Please give us your information changes on the "Update" form to the left. We would appreciate a comment that explains what you are changing, such as email address, type of voice, move to another city, or change of status. Thanks for helping us keep our records up to date. Some of our old members are still in our roster even thought they have not been active. Please use Update.
There are no fees for joining WebWhispers. If you wish to donate to help in the upkeep of our website and informational efforts, please check the Donations page at the left or sent directly to:
PO Box 453
Gold Hill, OR 97525
Make checks payable to "WebWhispers"
You may also go to our secure site where you may donate via credit card
We are a charitable organization, described in IRS § 501(c)(3). As such, we are eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions in accordance with IRS § 170.
In order to support our website, email lists and associated expenses, we ask that those who can afford it please make a yearly donation in the amount of $5 or more. In return, you will be listed as a sustaining member, who is eligible to run for election, vote for officers or changes in bylaws. We are a volunteer organization and WebWhispers is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, which allows tax deductible donations. Our purpose is rehabilitation, education and support.
Continuing with a multi-year program, Bruce Medical Supply has generously offered to send a free pin (See Donations Page) to any WW laryngectomee member who makes at least a $15.00 annual donation to WW during 2008 thus becoming an active Sustaining Member.
(Overseas restrictions may apply to this offer)
Note: The information offered via the WebWhispers site or on the email lists is not intended as a substitute for medical professional help or advice but is to be used only as an aid in understanding current medical knowledge. A physician should always be consulted for any health problem or medical condition. Also, the statements, comments, and/or opinions expressed in the articles in the Whispers on the Web newsletter are those of the authors only and are not to be construed as those of the WebWhispers management, its general membership, or the newsletter's editorial staff.