Beginning in 2006, the Board of Directors authorized a new structure for membership dues, including the ability to make a donation to the organization at the same time. The structure is very similar to that used by other non-profit organizations. Basic membership is $35 for one year, and it includes everyone in the household. Household members under the age of 18 are denoted as Junior Members.
Levels of Membership:
Patron $ 35
Benefactor - Century $ 100
Benefactor - Mardi Gras $ 200
Benefactor - Japonica $ 500
President's Circle $ 1,000
You can complete and print the membership form (PDF file), and mail it to NCC along with your check. Send to PO Box 416, Cambridge OH 43725
You can complete this online membership form and complete payment with Paypal.
You will receive our newsletter "The Crystal Ball" which is published 10 times per year (June/July and November/December are combined issues.
You also receive free admission to The National Museum of Cambridge Glass
You are entitled to 10% discount off of books published by NCC.
Additionally, if you participate at the President's Circle level, convention registration for two members in the household and one copy of any new NCC publications is included.
You are encouraged to remember National Cambridge Collectors, Inc. as part of your estate planning.
The NCC Heritage Society was formed in 2005 as a way to secure the future of its Cambridge Glass preservation mission. The NCC's Heritage Society provides members and other contributors with a non-binding, completely voluntary pledge program. Members of The Heritage Society are those who have included the NCC in their wills or estate plans, thus providing the organization with a secure future.
To recognize outstanding service to the organization, a person may be elected a Lifetime Member. NCC is honored to recognize the following:
1981 - Phyllis Smith
1986 - Floretta Griffith
2002 - Charlie & Mary Alice Upton
2002 - Willard & Norma Kolb
2003 - Mark Nye
2006 - Joy McFadden & Mary Beth Hackett,
2007 - Carl & Shirley Beynon
2014 - Frank & Vicki Wollenhaupt