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Membership Benefits

Slow Food USA members and donors are the lifeblood of this organization, providing a majority of the financial support to power our global movement. Your devotion to living Slow helps make “good, clean and fair food for all” a reality.

Standard Individual Membership $60

  • Members-only magazine Slow : USA twice a year (April and October)
  • Exclusive Slow Food USA digital membership card
  • Discounts on Slow Food-related events

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Family Membership $100

  • All benefits listed above and
  • Standard membership for two adults and children

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Slow Food Youth Network $30

For members under 30 interested in connecting with other Slow Food Youth

  • Online version of the members-only magazine Slow : USA twice a year (April and October)
  • Exclusive Slow Food USA digital membership card
  • Discounts on Slow Food-related events

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Donor Circles

At Slow Food USA, we aim to connect all of our supporters year-round with our work at the local, national, and international levels. In addition to standard membership benefits, Donor Circle members who give $250 or more per year receive additional recognition, special publications and exclusive event invitations.

Planter Circle $250-$499

  • All standard membership benefits and
  • Included on the donor roll in the Slow Food USA Annual Report
  • Mailed copy of the Slow Food USA Annual Report
  • Personalized updates from the Slow Food USA office

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Cultivator Circle $500-$999

  • All benefits listed above and
  • Annual publication from Slow Food International

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Harvester Circle $1,000-$2,499

  • All benefits listed above and
  • Invitations to regional events and/or food-focused speaking engagements that may include Slow Food USA President, Slow Food International guests and other food movement leaders

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Farmer Circle $2,500-$4,999

  • All benefits listed above and
  • Exclusive invitations to Slow Food International events such as Terra Madre and possible trips abroad to see Slow Food International projects in action

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For questions about membership and benefits, please contact [email protected] or 718-260-8000.

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