1. What are the benefits of joining Park Slope Parents?
Read the full benefits of joining PSP over on our membership page HERE.
Want a primer on what PSP is all about?
2. I know that my membership allows me to add my spouse/partner—how do I do that?
Have your partner fill out our super quick Secondary Membership Form with their information and selections for the "other half" of your family's membership—then kick back, enjoy life, and be patient.
In a few days (or less), we will send their login information, along with instructions on how they can get the most from PSP.
The secondary membership will have all the access of the primary one.
3. I didn't get my membership card—what's up?
Park Slope Parents is paperless! Go HERE find out the steps to downloading your membership card.
4. What are the criteria for membership?
Park Slope Parents is open to parents and parents-to-be in Park Slope and the surrounding neighborhoods in Brooklyn, New York.
If you are a business owner who runs a business related to kids and parenting, you can reach our thousands of members by signing up for a PSP Perk. Click HERE for more information!
5. I joined, but I'm moving out of Brooklyn. Can I remain a member of Park Slope Parents?
Once a member, ALWAYS a member. Absolutely. It’s a great way to stay in touch with the old neighborhood. We also find that many people who move away come back.
If you've moved or are thinking about moving, join one of our Out of Towner Groups to meet folks in your new area and stay connected! We've got you covered from Manhattan to the Midwest and beyond. Go HERE to learn about all of our Specialty Groups.
6. Can I use my membership for professional purposes?
PSPs primary goal is community building, not advertising. However, we have a larger Career Networking group and over 20 different career networking sub-groups that can help you be successful in your work life. JOIN HERE.
To find out about getting your business listed on PSP, please read through the HELP section HERE.
We also have a membership discount program that will help people find you and patronize your business. In our user agreement, there is a clause stating that you will not use any member information you may gain through our groups (names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, etc.) for commercial purposes. This means you cannot use member information to benefit your business, a family business, a friend's business, or ANY business you have a direct or indirect interest in. Further, ALL member information, both personal and anything posted on our forum, is confidential and for the personal use of members only. Park Slope Parents reserves the right to suspend or terminate your membership for any violation of this policy.
7. I've heard if my family is in a financial crisis that I can ask for a hardship membership. How do I do that?
8. I'd rather not go through the online process. How do I pay by check?
We strongly urge you to make payments with a credit card; it's ultimately easier for both you and PSP and will ensure that your membership is activated quickly and stays active. If you wish to send a check, it should have the name that you joined PSP with (if not, please write it on the check) and your membership number so that we can easily update your account.
We still ask that you go through ClubExpress and let us know that you'll be paying by check.
9. What do I do if I want to end my membership?