ABOUT THE UNITED CLUB
Unity in Community
The Camp Humphreys United Club will provide social and philanthropic needs within Camp Humphreys while fostering a commitment to help strengthen and unify the community.
The United Club has two missions. The primary mission is to develop a spirit of community responsibility. Our volunteers gladly give of their time and talents to serve both the military and civilian community. The hundreds of volunteer hours and thousands of dollars raised result in grants to worthwhile charitable causes and scholarships for military spouses and high school students.
The United Club's second mission is to provide opportunities for social, cultural, and creative pursuits. Joining the club is a wonderful way to meet new people and try things you may have never dreamed of doing.
The purpose of this non-profit organization is to promote friendship and goodwill, to coordinate the members and their activities, to provide community services, to aid community projects and to support Camp Humphreys and Area III welfare, without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, or national origin. This organization will not engage in activities that conflict with authorized activities of Non-Appropriated Funds or Appropriated Funds unless appropriate military authorities make an exception.
/ WELFARE OPPORTUNITY
Welfare Grant Applications are now being accepted! For more details on grants, please email or visit our Welfare Grants page.
/ SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY
Spring Scholarship applications will be accepted starting in January. For more details on Scholarships, please email or visit our Scholarships page.
All members of the U.S. Armed Forces (Officer and Enlisted) and their spouses, Civilian components and their spouses, or invited contractors, as defined under the USA/ROK Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA), Article I & XV, respectively.
/ DUTIES & PRIVILEGES
Active members shall pay dues and be eligible to participate in United Club activities, and to vote and hold elective and appointed offices provided they maintain their eligibility requirements (SOFA status, U.S. military ID card or U.S passport). No member shall be entitled to a refund of dues upon severing connection with the United Club.
/ BECOME A MEMBER
Eligible individuals interested in membership may obtain a Membership Application from the United Club Membership Chairperson or from the Painted Door Thrift Shop. Completed applications for membership can be given to the Membership Chairperson, United Club Board Member, or given to a staff member of the Painted Door Gift Thrift Shop.
The Membership Year is from 1 June – 31 May.
Membership dues will be $25.00 for any eligible member. With a discounted price of $15 for E1-E6, O1-O2, and CW1-CW2.
Membership is necessary for participation in all activities and on committees sponsored by the United Club. A member in good standing is one whose dues are paid in full and who actively participates (as defined in the Bylaws, Article V: Section 1) in membership functions.