Friends of Ngala
The â€˜Friends of Ngalaâ€™ are the financial members of Ngala who undertake the fundraising activities of the organisation.
Ordinary and Affiliated Memberships are for individuals and organisations that pay an annual subscription which is currently $30.00.
Honorary Life Membership is conferred on members of the Association in recognition of distinguished services to the Association.
Why become a member of the Friends of Ngala?
By becoming a member of the Friends of Ngala you will:
- Make a difference for those Western Australian families who need help and support in their parenting role.
- Be eligible for election to the Executive Committee and the Board of Management.
- Have the opportunity to use your skills and knowledge to further the work of Ngala.
- Participate in activities to increase your knowledge & skills.
- Be part of one of the oldest registered charitable associations in Australia.
- Participate in fundraising and promotion of Ngala in the community.
- Help recruit community support for the important work benefiting the development of children.
- Receive a newsletter to keep you up to date with Ngala.
Meetings of the General Membership are held regularly each year and include the Annual General Meeting held around September/ October.
The Executive Committee consists of the
President, two Vice-Presidents and eight Members. The role of the
Executive Committee is to coordinate the activities of the
Foundation in relation to fund-raising, public relations,
dissemination of information and the publication of a
Meetings of the Executive Committee are held monthly, with the exception of December and January and members are welcome to attend.
The Board of Directors have six elected
and two ex-officio members who manage the affairs of the
Association. The Board of Directors appoint the Chief
Executive Officer whose duties include the responsibility of
implementing policy and decisions.
Meetings of the Board are held as and when the occasion requires but not less than eight times per financial year.
When: 25 May, 9:30am
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