Who Can Join JSJBF?
JSJBF is open to anyone interested in supporting Jazz and Blues!
There are different types of membership levels, all memberships come with a Subscription to our quarterly newsletter Jazz & Blues Notes as well as other membership benefits.
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The Jersey Shore Jazz & Blues Foundation (JSJBF) is a non-profit 501.c.3 corporation whose mission is to Preserve, Promote, and Perpetuate Jazz and Blues in the northern New Jersey shore region through PERFORMANCE and EDUCATION.
JSJBF is managed by the Foundation Manager, who reports to the Board of Trustees. The organization has a rapidly growing membership base of over 300 members which includes PERFORMING members (the bands) and SUPPORTING members (individual and family members), and SPONSORS.
Performing Members are given opportunities to perform in JSJBF produced and managed events, as well opportunities that come to us through performance venues, producers and agents (the organization takes no additional fees for this support). Supporting Members receive JSJBF publications, discounts and may actively support the organization through membership in its Committees and through Volunteer service.
Our Organizational Programs include:
Any member in good standing who wishes to chair a standing committee may do so by having a board member submit his or her name to the board.
The member may be asked to address the board to describe his or her qualifications for the position and plans concerning the committee.
A board member will continue to act as liaison between the committee and the Board of Directors. The committee chair will keep the liaison advised of all activities of the committee. Any decision concerning JSJBF policy will be submitted to the Executive Committee for review and approval. The committee chair will prepare a written report for the board liaison prior to each monthly meeting of the Board of Directors.
Contact us with any questions via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Funding generously provided to the JSJBF by grants from: