The members of Tahuti Lodge support the work of the Lodge through regular payment of dues. Dues pay for our temple rent and utilities, for equipment maintenance and upgrades, and other miscellaneous expenses. Details of all our expenses and income are provided to any dues paying current and active members of good report upon request. Member names are deleted to insure the confidentiality of our members.
Dues can be paid yearly or monthly, tiered in the following manner:
|Affiliate||$10||Affiliate and distant Brothers and Sisters pay $10|
|Minerval||$20||Dues optional for the first three months|
|I°-III°||$30||Brothers and Sisters|
|IV° and above||*||Mandatory additional pledge above normal dues expected at this level, suggested at $50|
Dues can be paid in three ways
This service allows you to make payments of dues and pledges online.
You no longer need to have an account to use PayPal. All you need is a credit card or checking account.
It is free for you to use and is very secure and easy to use.
Paypal payments can be made to the following Paypal account: email@example.com. Please indicate with the payment the month(s) you are paying for.
If you would like to ‘subscribe’ to paying dues via paypal for an entire year, please use the button bellow. You will be billed $21 dollars a month for the next twelve months. (Regular dues are $20, but we ask your indulgence of another dollar in order to cover the paypal fees.)
N.B. Brothers or Sisters who wish to subscribe at some other pledge rate need only contact the webmaster and he will be happy to set up a paypal subscription button at a different rate. New buttons will appear on the Dues Subscription page as they are requested.
Check or money order payable to Tahuti Lodge.
If you would like to mail your payment, please send to:
Tahuti Lodge O.T.O.
Old Chelsea Station
P.O. Box 1535
New York, NY 10113-1535
You may pay your dues or pledge in cash, check or money order in person by giving your payment to our Lodge Treasurer.
You will receive a receipt for your payment.
Members who are unable to pay their local dues should make arrangemnets with the Treasurer (or Master) of the Lodge to waive or reduce their dues according to their circumstances. Temporary finacial hardship happens to most of us now and again. Without question, the Lodge has no desire to turn away good brothers and sisters who are going through a period of fiscal difficulty. Our members are the life blood of this organization, and there are many ways for someone to contribute even if money is tight. We would much rather have our members make arrangemnets with the Treasurer then to silently fade into inactivity because he or she cannot pay full dues for a period of time.
Dues Lapsed Status
The Lodge defines “dues lapsed” as failing to remain current in payment of Local body dues for three or more consecutive months without making other arrangements, such as requesting a dues waiver.
The master of the Lodge may suspend the Lodge membership of any Lodge member who becomes dues lapsed. Members who become dues lapsed can reinstate their dues current status by paying any back dues owed, and remaing current thereafter.
Tahuti Lodge gratefully accepts donations. You may choose to make a monetary donation to the Lodge, even if you are not a member.
If you choose to use Paypal, please use the following button:
Individuals can also donate your old car, motorcycle, boat or RV to the Lodge