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Sex Ed Giving Society

Join our giving society and help ensure that our low-income clients have access to affordable, life-affirming sex therapy!

Members of the Sex Ed Giving Society support culturally inclusive, medically accurate, and pleasure informed sexuality education and therapy through an annual gift of $500 or more.

Your membership makes our sliding scale, client-centered therapy program possible and ensures the next generation of sex educators and therapists are well equipped to provide sex-positive, consent-based services guided by these 11 core values.

When you join the Sex Ed Giving Society today your tax-deductible gift will have an immediate impact providing counseling, support, and mentorship to aspiring sexuality educators and our low-income therapy clients.

Sex Ed Giving Society Membership Levels

Educator – $500-$999

  • 20% off the CSPH Web Store
  • Monthly impact e-mail newsletters
  • “I Had Sex…Education” Mug
  • Recognition in the CSPH’s annual report
  • Digital Copy of the CSPH’s 52 page Guide to Sex Toys
  • “I Had Sex…Education” Patch
  • CSPH Tote Bag
  • Invitation to our annual Spooktacular Soiree hosted by the CSPH Board of Directors each October
  • Listing in the annual event booklet each Spring

Ally – $1000-$2499

Enjoy all the wonderful benefits of the Educator level PLUS

  • “Sex Ed Giving Society” lapel pin
  • Insider access to the CSPH cocktail parties in cities all around the country
  • Recognition and public thanks at our annual event
  • Two complimentary tickets to every CSPH Sticky Stories event

Advocate – $2500-$4999

Enjoy all the wonderful benefits of the Ally level PLUS

  • Four complimentary tickets to every CSPH Sticky Stories event
  • FREE access to one CSPH webinar

Champion – $5000 and up

Enjoy all the perks above PLUS




*This may be gifted or transferred to another individual or donated back to the organization to be used as a scholarship for a low-income participant