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Please JOIN or RENEW Membership of NMHA Here

1. NMHA membership helps our membership count which helps NMHA secure funding for its many programs and improve NMHA's voice in community issues.

2. NMHA membership provides you with early sign up (and occasional discounts) for our events. Membership has its privileges.

NMHA membership is good for you, our community and our maritime and ecological heritage.

To Join NMHA Online: Choose a Membership Level below, click the 'Next' button, and follow the steps. Pay by credit card with confidence.

To Renew your Membership Online: Pick the appropriate Membership level below and sign in. If you do not know your password, you will follow a little routine to get an email password. Pay by credit card.

Consider becoming a monthly Sustaining Member - It's easy to set up this monthly recurring deduction from your credit card account. $5 a month = 2 cups of coffee a month!  $10 a month = one good sandwich a month!
You can cancel at any time by logging in and changing your payment type.

To Pay by Check (only for Individual, Basic, and Lifetime levels):  Please PRINT OUT the Membership Form, complete it, and mail it to NMHA, 930 West Front Street, Red Bank, NJ 07701  with your check, payable to "NMHA".

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Navesink Maritime Heritage Association (NMHA) is an educational 501(c)3 non-profit organization formed in 2001 to engage youth and adults in discovering and sustaining the Navesink River heritage and maritime environment.

Membership helps sustain the highly praised and valued community programs offered to children, youth, and families. For information on these programs, click HERE.

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Navesink Maritime Heritage Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to engaging Eastern Monmouth County with maritime and water related historical, skill building, environmental, and recreational activities, and encouraging responsible use of the Navesink estuary through its Discover, Engage, and Sustain approach

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