When you joined us as a member you will have been asked to tell us how much you would like to be involved with the Trust, and in what ways. If your preferences change, please contact the membership office.
- Receive information e.g. members’ newsletter
- Respond to surveys and questionnaires from time to time
- Be involved in/comment on public information leaflets
- Come to events
- Be part of a panel or working group (relevant to your interests)
- Find out more about becoming a Governor
- Be sent membership forms to recruit others
You will be invited to get involved according to your stated preferences, but we will highlight all public events, consultations, and opportunities to get involved in our newsletter and on this page – so anyone can take part.
Council & Board meetings
We have regular public Council meetings and public Board meetings. Members are encouraged to attend and there is a slot for questions from members and the public.
We ask our members to complete a short survey to tell us what they think of their membership, and whether it gives them the opportunity to be involved in the Trust as they would like. Outcomes of our surveys are reported in the Your Call newsletter.
Membership involvement and volunteering
We advertise volunteer opportunities in our member newsletter, Your Call. You can also find information on volunteering as a Community First Responder here. A representative group of our public members are part of our Inclusion Hub Advisory Group, they work closely with us to advise on our plans. Vacancies in the group will also be advertised in the membership newsletter, Your Call. Read more about our commitment to inclusion and involvement.