Legislative Issues Fund Donations: Builder and Associate memberships include $25 to support our Vermont Legislative Issues fund. Affiliates and Remodeler's Council memberships include $10 to support our Vermont Legislative Issues fund. You can donate additional $25 amounts by entering a number 1 or greater next to "Legislative Issues" at the bottom of the page where you enter your membership information under "Add On" section. You can also enter the discount code "NOLEG25" to opt out of the $25 Legislative Issues Fund donation and "NOLEG10" to opt out of the $10 Legislative Issues Fund donation in that same area.
For more information, please contact the office at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (802) 876-6200
**Dues payments to the Vermont Builders and Remodelers Association are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. However, dues payments may be deductible as ordinary and necessary business expense, subject to exclusion for lobbying activity. Because a portion of your dues is used for lobbying by NAHB and the Vermont Builders and Remodelers Association, 17.0% of the total dues is not deductible for income tax purposes.”
The knowledge I have gained through membership and involvement in the VBRA has value that far exceeds the cost of annual membership. Fellow members I have learned from, the educational opportunities, and having a representation of our trade in legislative affairs is priceless. I cannot imagine what the cost of this knowledge would be if I had to go out and obtain it on my own. I would not be at the top of my game as I am today without the VBRA.
Mark Groleau, Groleau Construction Co., Inc.
My name is Tony from KOB kitchens. We are a new wholesale cabinetry company and joined the VBRA as active members in 2017 attending all events and networking opportunities. As a company we receive lots of referrals and business through members in the association. This support has put us in the position to expand to a larger location after just two years that would not have been possible without VBRA.
Tony Wang, KOB kitchens