Joining Peachtree NORML is a GREAT way to show your support for marijuana law reform! With each new member we grow stronger, louder and more influential. There are are several different membership levels available. For individuals who wish to show their support we offer basic memberships, and even provide discounts for students, members of the military and families.

For those that are interested in taking a prominent stand and empowering Peachtree NORML to further the message of marijuana law reform, we offer three different sustaining memberships as well.

Membership dues to Peachtree NORML can be used for lobbying and therefore are not tax-deductible. If you’d like to make a tax-deductible contribution, please donate to the Peachtree NORML Foundation, where gifts are restricted to education and legal projects.

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Individual Memberships

Basic Membership
One year membership to Peachtree NORML
Welcome letter
Gold leaf lapel pin
One year membership to Peachtree NORML
Welcome letter
Gold leaf lapel pin
Family Membership
(2) One year memberships to Peachtree NORML
Welcome letters
(2) Gold marijuana leaf lapel pins

Sustaining Memberships

Benefits of Individual Membership PLUS
Mini NORML schwag bag
Benefits of Individual Membership PLUS
NORML Schwag bag
Listing on our sponsors page
$420/2 years
Benefits of Individual Membership PLUS
Benefactor schwag bag
Listing on our Sponsors page
Discounted table setup at select Peachtree NORML events

(4) Comments

  1. Ellen Mierzwinski

    I don’t have money, but i have time, a college education, and a passion to bring this medical plant to those who need it.
    How can i be of real help?

    1. Tom McCain

      Thanks for asking, Ellen. You can start by sitting down and writing a letter to your Senator and Representative, expressing your support for medical cannabis in Georgia and asking for theirs. You can also engage your customers about the issue. #whenwearetalkingwearewinning!

  2. Jeff Wilson

    I am a strong proponent of the leagalization of cannabis. Since I am a therapist and have worked in the North Georgia area for the last 15 years, I know that the legalization will have a dramatic positive impact on our states out of control opiate crisis. I just joined and proud to be a part of this movement that has been a long time comming and please let me know if there is anything else I can do to help.


    1. Tom McCain

      Thanks, Jeff. Glad to have you on board. The first, best thing you can do is contact your State Representative and Senator and express your support for more sensible marijuana laws here in Georgia.