Membership To join OIC first choose your membership dues amount from the right side of this page then send your dues to us as follows:
There are three ways to send membership dues:
1-Send a Money Order by Priority Mail to:
Arnold Keiser, President Organization for International Cooperation 100 Conestoga Drive, Building C, Suite 196 Marlton, NJ 08053 USA
Make the money order payable to the “Organization for International Cooperation”.
2-Send your dues via Western Union.
If you are sending your dues via Western Union, 1-Send us the tracking number and 2-Send the date when we will be able to receive your donation in NJ.
3-Deposit Dues in our OIC Bank Account
If you are close to a Wells Fargo Bank you can deposit your dues there. For details call us.
Note: We do not accept checks.
Note: OIC dues are donations. They are not refundable. They are tax-deductible for US tax-payers.
If you require assistance please call us at 1 856 596 6679.
US Tax Exempt Status
The Internal Revenue Service has determined that the Organization for International Cooperation qualifies as a tax-exmpt organization described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Accordingly, contributions to OIC are deductible to the extent provided in section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Annual Membership Dues $ 80.00 Student Program Associate Member
Student dues can be paid in 1, 2, 3 or 4 monthly payments _____________________________________
$ 125.00 Basic Member
$ 250.00 Silver Star Member
$ 500.00 Gold Star Member
$ 1,000.00 Platinum Member
$ 2,000.00 Family Membership
$ 2,500.00 Small Business Membership
OIC donations/dues are used for general operating expenses which include transportation, office equipment, utilities, government fees, technology expenses, internet hosting services, various professional services, office supplies, etc. __________________________________________
"There is truly nothing more important to the future of mankind on our planet than to bring about a durable peace within and among nations.
It is a very difficult and lengthy process and very few of us are capable to be suitably engaged. OIC is suitably engaged and deserves our moral and financial support."
-Peter A. Benoliel, Chairman Emeritus, Quaker Chemical Corporation