IMPORTANT: Update Your Address

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Hello LGBT RPCV Members:
I’m sure you’ve already seen, but this 2017 Pride seasons, we have a current Booster campaign to sell LGBT RPCV T-shirts. CLICK HERE To check out the campaign and buy your shirt now. The campaign ends May 11th and shirt should be shipped by June, right in time for Pride month!
However, we also want to send ALL of our members a small token of appreciation this Pride – whether you’re buying a shirt or not. And we can only do that if we have the right address for you on file. If you aren’t already officially affiliated with us, CLICK HERE to sign up for your FREE NPCA membership and make sure to select “LGBT Returned Peace Corps Volunteers” as your associated affiliate group. If you are already an NPCA member, 1) make sure you have selected LGBT RPCV as an affiliate group and 2) confirm the correct address is on file (several are not!).
We’ll be pulling master list of members and address by Friday, May 19th, so make sure you’ll squared away then.
Thanks,
Manuel Colón
National Coordinator
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About LGBT RPCV
We are an organization of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and others who are Peace Corps volunteer alumni, current volunteers, former and current staff members and friends. Founded in Washington D.C. in 1991, we have several hundred members throughout the country and around the world who have served in Peace Corps since its beginning in 1961. We're made up of a national steering committee, together with regional chapters. We are an active affiliate member of the National Peace Corps Association.

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