CPS Group Membership



CPS group memberships apply to organizations or businesses that wish to enroll whole groups of individuals at one time for memberships in CPS, and thus qualify for group membership discounts for all member types.

Additionally, depending on the size of the group, other enriched benefits may apply. A member roster must be filled out in entirety and submitted to enroll individuals and submitted with a single payment. One primary contact person is required to enroll the group for the organization/business, but individuals’ information is required. All CPS correspondence is done via email; please ensure all email addresses are entered correctly for each individual.
 

10 - 24 individuals

  • 10% Membership Discount on Membership Registration
  • Annual Report of the Society to be delivered by September 1st of each year
  • All other full member benefits including professional advocacy, CE and development, and networking

25 - 49 individuals 

  • 20% Membership Discount of Membership Registration
  • 1 full registration to CPS Annual Meeting
  • Annual Report of the Society to be delivered by September 1st of each year
  • All other full member benefits including professional advocacy, CE and development, and networking

 

50+ individuals

  • 35% Membership Discount on Membership Registration
  • 2 full registrations to CPS Annual Meeting
  • Annual Report of the Society to be delivered by September 1st of each year
  • All other full member benefits including professional advocacy, CE and development, and networking

 


How To Apply

Please send completed membership roster, group membership application, and payment to:

Colorado Pharmacists Society
2851 S. Parker Rd., Suite 1210

Aurora, CO 80014

OR:

[email protected]

 

Group Membership Application
Group Membership Roster to Complete by Employer 

 

NOTE: If your organization has <5 individuals, please contact CPS for a case-by-case review[email protected]

 


Contribution or gifts to the Colorado Pharmacists Society are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. However, such payments may be deductible as business expenses or other provisions of the Internal Revenue Code. The Internal Revenue Service requires notification of the allocation of lobbying expense included in total membership dues which is not deductible. This amount is 90% of dues. Please consult with your accountant or tax attorney on these matters.