You are invited to join the Hawaii Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. Your dues include a one-year subscription to The American Organist magazine and support for the programs run by the national organization and our local Chapter. You must agree to abide by the AGO Code of Ethics 2017.

Regular$105$97Full voting member
Special$80$72You must be under 21, 65+ or disabled
Young Organist$50$42Under age 30, full voting
Regular Dual$41$41You must be affiliated with a Primary AGO Chapter
Special Dual$33$3365 or older, or disabled, 2nd chapter or more
Young Organist Dual$18$18Under age 30, 2nd chapter or more
Chapter Friend$35Receives Chapter newsletter only

Note: The “Print” and “Online” refers to the AGO magazine. There is an $8 discount off dues by electing on-line format instead of the usual printed magazine.

METHOD OF PAYMENT please complete the Membership Form, and mail with a CHECK payable to AGO Hawaii Chapter to:

American Guild of Organists, Hawaii Chapter
P. O. Box 23432
Honolulu, HI  96823-3432

To pay by CREDIT CARD, please complete the Membership Form, and submit it to the Membership Chair when finished. Then select your dues rate below and proceed to the Paypal form for payment.

Select PRINT Membership (includes printed The American Organist Magazine)

Select ONLINE Membership (no printed The American Organist Magazine)

The American Guild of Organists is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt,
501 (c) (3) organization.

The Scholarship Fund 
is used for the education of new organists. It was established by member Donald Conover to celebrate a milestone birthday in order to address the shortage of competent church organists in Hawaii.  Over 128 awards have been given through this generous program and many students have gone to to further organ study on the mainland and church music careers.

The John McCreary Concert Fund was established to bring an artist of national stature to perform at the Annual Organ Concert. To date, the Hawaii Chapter has presented Paul Jacobs, Chelsea Chen, Aaron David Miller, Isabelle Demers, Christopher Houlihan, Namhee Han, Nathan Laube, Michael Hey, Greg Zelek, Joey Fala, Yuri McCoy, and Adam Pajan in concert. Ken Cowan came to Hawaii to present a concert kicking off the named fund.

The Aloha Benevolent Fund was established as part of our outreach to members and other persons who might need emergency or financial assistance due to catastrophic events. The purpose of the fund is to receive contributions to further benevolent activities of the chapter consistent with the aims and purposes of the AGO. These donations are fully tax-deductible.

Unrestricted Donations may also be given to further the activities of the Hawaii Chapter American Guild of Organists.