Please join us in our mission by becoming a member. All of our members receive a variety of regular benefits: subscription to our monthly e-newsletter and annual e-magazine, discounted workshops, an invitation to the annual meeting, and other members-only events and benefits as well as unlimited onsite use of our professional library and MWC computer.

Pay via PayPal using the button to the right (or below on mobile devices), just below the list of upcoming events. 

Or you can make a donation directly to MWC – all donations of $30 or more will receive a gift of a one-year membership of membership renewal. Use the PayPal link below to make a donation today.



 Membership Levels:

Memberships start at just $25 (for seniors and students), $30 (for individuals), and $50 (for households).

In addition to our annual memberships, above, we are happy to receive memorials recognizing the lives of people important to you or special events in your life. The MWC Board voted that all memorial contributions will be transferred to our endowment fund. Click here give directly to our regular, operational endowment fund or here to give to our new youth endowment fund, both administered by the Community Foundation of the Great River Bend.

We have also been remembered in estate plans including wills, annuities, and insurance policies.  If you are interested in supporting our mission for years to come in your estate planning, please contact us. If you make these arrangements, please let us know so we can include you in our Legacy Society.

To start or renew your membership, please pay via the PayPal button in the right widget area (desktop) or below (mobile)  or download and print our Member Registration Slip and mail it in. You can also join or renew by phone with a credit card number by calling 563-324-1410. It couldn’t be easier so please join today!

P.S. If we are to continue to serve the writers and readers in our area, your support is essential and your donations may be tax deductible. (It is always best to confirm the deductibility of your contributions with your tax advisor.) The Midwest Writing Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.