How much do all these membership benefits cost?
Membership is open to all Queen Anne's County seniors (50+ years old).
If the membership fee poses a financial hardship to you,
please talk with us about our sponsorship or installment options.
I may be 75, but I'm not "old"! Why should I become a QA@H Member?
Here are a few thoughts to consider:
You may not feel “ready” now, but life has a way of happening anyway. We all know that things can change on a dime and may catch us unprepared and feeling vulnerable.
Getting your SNAP figured out and put in place takes thought and time. You don’t want to try to do that when you’re distracted or stressed out.
Options available to you dwindle over time so the sooner you tackle this, the more options you have.
Enjoy being part of a vibrant, proactive community of your peers before you need It’s much easier to ask and give help among friends than among strangers.
Being proactive helps keeps you in charge of your life, builds a sense of empowerment.
Think of it as the gift of peace of mind to your future self and your loved ones.
I may be too young for Q@AH, but I'd like to help, how can I do that?
We're all about helping! In-kind donations of goods and services are always an avenue, as are donations of time and talent. Tax-deductible donations help subsidize events and sponsorships.
Contact us about becoming a Sustaining Member!
How do I contact QA@H or become a member?
Please email Q@AH at OurQAH@gmail.com, or call 410-635-4045. We'd love to hear from you!