Tobacco Free Mass advocates for legislation, policies and programs that counteract the tobacco industry’s impact on the people of Massachusetts, focusing on those most affected by tobacco use and its harms. We work to increase awareness of tobacco issues, help tobacco and nicotine users quit, prevent young people from starting, and ensure that no one is exposed to secondhand smoke or e-cigarette aerosol.
Our members contribute in many ways, including lending expertise, developing strategy, communicating with policymakers, and sharing information. Financial support for the coalition is also crucial, allowing us to carry out the activities that bring people together, communicate our messages, and turn ideas into action.
Members show their commitment to the coalition through payment of annual membership dues.
If you would like to become a contributing member of Tobacco Free Mass, please contact us.
Tobacco Free Mass' bylaws were updated in 2020. They explain how the coalition is governed, how voting works, and outline the principles that guide our work.
2023 Dues Structure
Please contact us to discuss which category is the best fit for your organization. The basic annual dues categories are:
Local Boards: $250
Local Tobacco Control: $250
Small Associations: $500
Academic Centers: $1000
Community Hospitals: $1000
Large Associations: $2000
Health plans: $5000
Academic Medical Centers: $5000