Alabama PTA Memberhub FAQs
Alabama PTA wants everyone to be successful in this transition to MemberHub! Below is a list of FAQs and a link (coming soon!) to a more comprehensive document that we hope will help you in the new system. For any questions concerning this process or membership, please email Joy Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What is MemberHub?
MemberHub is a tool that makes running the PTA easier. The system puts all your online tools in one place, making it easier to engage families, raise funds, and stay in good standing. You and your volunteers will save hours on admin tasks so you can focus on connecting with your children and supporting your school.
What is required of me?
The only requirement is to use MemberHub to manage your PTA members, officers and good-standing requirements. However, MemberHub has built-in benefits for PTA leaders, including:
Online purchase of PTA memberships, with emailed membership cards
Automatic membership reporting to the state
Easy submission of good-standing confirmations
Instant dues remittance via ACH
PTA units must meet these requirements every year with their state, and MemberHub makes it easier.
If it’s your first time logging in:
You’ll need to go to the login screen, enter your email address and select the “I need to create a password" button.
I’m the membership chair. How do I access the site?
Please make sure that your president has already done the initial site setup. Once the president logs in and enters officer lists, he or she can make you an admin. We ask that you go through this process with your president, to work together to create your site. Please include your treasurer so he or she also has an understanding of the site, particularly the financial aspects.
I’m having trouble logging in.
If you’ve logged in before:
If you’re the president and you’re sure you submitted your updated officer lists to the state officer, go to the log-in screen and choose “forgot password.” You will get a link to reset your password. If you didn’t submit the updated list, contact Karen Burghardt at