By joining Slow Food USA, you are joining the revolution to drive change and policy across the nation, as well as contributing to our vibrant Atlanta chapter. 

Become a member or renew your membership by visiting Slow Food USA’s website, and list Atlanta as your chapter affiliation. 

Slow Food is powered by members, in the United States and around the world. When you become a Slow Food member, you are joining a global community of people who are working together to make food good, clean, and fair for all.

Being a membership-based organization means our health and success relies on the commitment and contributions of our members. Membership is a major source of revenue (90 percent of our gifts come from people donating less than $100/year) and our main source of power. The more members we have, the more influence we have, and the more work we are able to accomplish worldwide.

Why should YOU join Slow Food USA? Well, check it out for yourself:

CONNECT with other people who care about the same kinds of things you care about.
You receive discounts and special invitations to local, national and international events, including Terra Madre and Salone del Gusto.

LEARN more about good, clean and fair food and the slow food movement.
You receive an exclusive print magazine that showcases what is happening in the Slow Food movement locally, nationally and internationally. You have access to special members-only offers and previews.

ENGAGE in helping to make a more good, clean and fair food system.
You receive opportunities to get involved in national campaigns and local activities and projects. 

SUPPORT an organization that shares your values and is working to make the kind of change in the world you want to see. 
Your membership card proclaims your commitment to Slow Food values. You ARE the Slow Food movement

What do your membership dues support?
1. Local chapter projects making a difference in your community.

2. National resources designed to increase local chapter effectiveness, including leader trainings and how-to guides, forums for exchange of best practice within and across regions, and technical assistance, including micro-grants, templates and database management.

3. National Slow Food initiatives, including the Ark of Taste, the National School Garden Program, Slow Meat and other national campaigns. 

4. Slow Food International’s global programs like Terra Madre, Presidia projects and Gardens in Africa.