Please read to find out more about our Club and then proceed to the bottom of the page to access our membership application.
Our membership year is from January 1 through December 31. New members joining on or after November 1 continue membership through the following year.
Anyone who is interested in meeting people and participating in the activities of the club. We are a nonprofit social organization that allows anyone to join, pending the payment of annual membership dues. You do not have to be a resident of Scottsdale, nor do you have to be new to the area.
Your membership fees allow you to be a full participant in the club. You will receive regular information on upcoming events and activities, and contact information for other members.
No. One fee covers you and your spouse/partner.
Yes, members have access to instructions.
We are always looking for new people to help the organization thrive. To become more involved, contact our membership chair, or any member of the board, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Activities are a way for our Members to meet others with common interests. The club offers many varied activities but is always open to adding new ones, based on members’ interests. Anyone in the club can propose a new activity or volunteer to chair an existing one.
Anyone who is a member of Newcomers & Neighbors, along with one's spouse or significant other, can attend events. Guests can attend two luncheons, a coffee, and/or a happy hour prior to joining the club.
No. Unlike some newcomers organizations, Newcomers & Neighbors of the Scottsdale Area places no limits on length of membership. So, new and old members can meet and interact at all events.
Yes, we donate to many local and national organizations. Some of the charities we have donated to include Foothills Food Bank, Foothills Animal Rescue, St. Mary's Food Bank, United Cerebral Palsy, Toys for Tots, Singleton Moms, Phoenix Children's Hospital, and Chrysalis Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence.