Joining the San Jose Stamp Club is simple.
If you want to investigate the club before joining, come to one of the club meetings. Guests are always welcome. If you like what you see, you can join at that time.
If you would rather discuss the possibility of joining with someone first, contact one of the club officers. Their contact information can be found on the “Contacts” page of the web site. If you still have an interest, then come to one of the club meetings.
Club dues are 20.00 a year if you receive the News Letter by mail, or 12.00 a year if you receive the News Letter thru the internet. Dues are pro-rated based on when you join.
Benefits to joining the club are numerous….
Access to seasoned collectors with a vast amount of knowledge to help you with your collecting questions.
Access to APS circuit books where you can purchase great stamps at discount prices.
Access to stamps from numerous donations the club receives.
The donations are generally for support of the club’s youth
programs and the better stamps can be purchased for very
little. All funds received support the club and youth programs.
Monthly news letter with fun trivia and interesting articles.
Presentations from knowledgeable speakers on any number of philatelic subjects.
Annual summer picnic and Christmas dinner as well as other fun social events.
A chance to be involved with the annual
Filatelic Fiesta stamp show sponsored by
the club, the highlight of the year and
a great deal of fun.
An opportunity to assist in the club’s youth programs, to help get a new generation of stamp collectors started with stamp collecting.
Trips to various philatelic and non philatelic
events with other club members. Car pooling
saves money and the shared experience is
There are so many good reasons to join, what are you waiting for? Come join the fun and take your stamp collecting experience and enjoyment to the next level.
“Stamp Collecting dispels boredom, enlarges our vision, broadens our knowledge, makes us better citizens and in innumerable ways, enriches our lives.” — Franklin D. Roosevelt (U.S. President. 1882-1945)