Because we are a unique platform for smart, bold women over 45, with the best writers in the country and many ways to connect and grow. And since you’re a woman of action (we just know you are), we bet you’ll want to support what you love (good writing doesn’t come free) and make sure we’re all seen and heard!
We’re excited to announce that Annie Masters from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was chosen at random to win the week-long stay at the oceanfront condo in St. Maarten. Congrats Annie! Here’s where she’ll be staying: Oyster Bay Resort. Retail value: $3,500. We’ll have more info on Annie soon!! AND make sure to join NextTribe because we’ll be giving away more great things to our members next month.
Day in and day out, NextTribe creates community, connects women with each other, broadens how we think about our lives and the years ahead. Our goal always has been to inform, promote, and connect women our age. In the next few months, you will need to be a member to read our content and be part of our groups. We have to make this change because we believe in the principle of women supporting women, and because we want to create even stronger bonds between women both online and in real life. Not having a nourishing social network is as dangerous to your health as smoking. No really.
That’s why we’re inviting you to join us as a NextTribe member, to become part of a tighter circle of like-minded women.
- Access to all our content–written by award-winning journalists that address topics important to you.
- Access to local groups as we create or reform them in cities with local groups now.
- VIP access to speakers at NextTribe events
- Discounts on NextTribe trips and events
- Discounts on NextTribe merchandise
- An invitation to contribute to key features on the website
- Opportunities for sampling and discounts from our brand partners
- Monthly chances to win gifts from brand partners.
- An exclusive newsletter
- Exclusive member profiles that will help promote your business or creative work
- A voice in the future direction of NextTribe
- The ability to nominate others for our Women of the Year awards, to help create new local groups, decide the location of major events and influence NextTribe travel destinations
- Once we get at least 50 paying members from a city, we will consider starting a NextTribe group there and/or bringing a live event to the city. You can help us decide.
- A role in our advocacy mission: Moving the needle on how women in this age group are perceived and treated
Cost: $28 a year, plus $1 to give a membership to a friend. You’ll be sent a separate form to sign up your friend. (If your budget doesn’t allow for the membership fee, email us here. If you want to use your extra “friend” membership to pay for someone who can’t make the fee, let us know. We’ll use it for a new friend.)
What’s the difference between being a NextTribe reader or a newsletter subscriber and being a NextTribe member?
If you’ve signed up for a newsletter, you will continue to receive one at no charge for the next few months. Being a NextTribe member allows you access to all the content we publish. Soon, we will be restricting access to some articles.
I’m a member of a local group; do I have to pay for a membership to remain in the group?
Soon, our local groups will be run through our membership network. In the next few months, we will be phasing out our free local groups, and reforming based on membership. We have to pay our organizers! And as a member, you’ll have a richer experience since there may be members-only or special access to events in your city.
How much is membership?
$28 a year, plus you’ll be able to sign up a friend for $1. What a gift for you both!
Who can I contact if I have questions?
Please write Emily at editorial@NextTribe.com
I’d like to be a member, but I’m short on cash right now?
Please let Emily (editorial@NextTribe.com) know. We can work with you to make the price right for you.
I’d like to sponsor somebody who can’t afford the membership?
Let us know and we can make that happen.
I have a story idea or would like to publish an essay?
NextTribe is developing several columns that we want members to contribute to. We think every woman has a story and we’re trying to make many opportunities for our members to tell theirs.
I’d like to get a local group in my city. How do I do that?
As a member, you’ll have the chance to weigh in on where we expand our local groups.