AGM – Save the date
Saturday & Sunday 17/18 November 2018
All members are invited to join us for our two-day mini congress including AGM and gala dinner.
Enjoy sessions on a wide range of relevant topics, meet others with bleeding disorders and find out the results of trustee elections for 2018.
A Crèche & activities for children are provided throughout the weekend.
Further details will follow, so please keep an eye on our website.
Details and papers for process of electing trustees to The Society’s Board are below.
If you are a member and need more information on voting at the AGM please email us on email@example.com or call us on 020 7939 0780.
The Trustees set the strategic direction of The Society and are legally responsible for the governance of the charity. The Board of trustees delegate day to day decision making and responsibility to the Chief Executive, but are responsible for ensuring the strategy is carried out and finances are spent appropriately. The Society will only be able to meet the needs of its members if we can continue to attract enthusiastic and capable trustees. The Society has three types of Trustee:
- Ordinary trustees (seven elected trustees)
- One Honorary Chairman (appointed by the Board of trustees)
- Up to four Co-opted trustees (recruited often for a specific role but not elected).
All members of The Society (i.e. those aged 16 or over) have a say in choosing the Ordinary Trustees.
In 2018 there are 5 seats available for election. Three current Ordinary trustees will be standing for re-election. We are seeking nominations from members prepared to stand for a fixed term of three years with the possibility of a further three year term.
The sole explicit requirement to be a trustee of The Society is to be a member of The Society, to be supportive of our mission and strategic plan. Beyond that, we need a breadth of skills and experience across our trustees, but each individual trustee will bring his or her own abilities; there is space for some trustees who bring relatively little experience but a strong desire to learn.
Nomination forms and further details will be available later in the year.