CWU Humanitarian Aid

Annual General Meeting

Tuesday 29th April 2014

Meyrick Suite

Bournemouth International Centre

Commencing at 6pm 

AGENDA

1.       Chair's Opening Remarks

2.       Minutes of last AGM

3.       2013 Trustees Annual Report & Accounts

4.       Guest Speaker:  Victoria Dunford - Director and Founder of MAD-Aid

     MAD-Aid is a charity that helps children with disabilities in Moldova gain mobility and education.

5.       2014/15 Works Programme

6.       Election of Trustees (10) & Officers (see below)

  • Chairperson
  • Head of Admin
  • Financial Officer
  • Vice Chair
  • Project Managers x 3

7.       Any Other Business

Carl Webb

CWUHA, Chair, of Trustees

Refreshment is being provided

 

by Simpson Millar

CWU Humanitarian Aid 2014

Nominations now invited for positions below:

Chairperson

Vice Chairperson

Financial Officer

Head Of Administration

Project Managers x 3

Trustees x 10

**Trustees will be expected to attend meetings and assist the officers when requested. All applicants for any position above must be affiliated to the CWUHA

All nominations (you can self nominate) to

Heather Park (CWUHA Head of Administration) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

by closing date of Wednesday 23rd April 2013, mid day

 

***Regional Officers and Legal and Governance posts (non Trustees) will be appointed, no nominations necessary

 

Website: www.cwuha.org

Reg Charity No: 1078312

CWUHA September 2014 Convoy

To: All Interested Parties - CWUHA September 2014 Convoy

Hi All

We are now seeking volunteers for the CWUHA  September 2014 Convoy – destination Bulgaria

• The day of departure is yet to be agreed

• The convoy will consist of 10 vehicles.

• You will be away for just over 2 weeks (but all drivers to be prepared for 3 weeks away in any event)

• Each vehicle has two drivers, so we are looking for duos.

  • All drivers must be confident, competent and licensed to drive a 7.5 ton vehicle.

If selected you will be provided with a vehicle, fuel card and insurances (not aid), it will be your responsibility to raise the funds and aid for your vehicle. If you work for BT or RM you will get paid release for the duration of the convoy, but be WARNED you will have to do a lot of work in your own time i.e. fundraising, collecting/buying aid, packing the aid into boxes, completing a manifest, loading your vehicle, picking up and returning your vehicle from a depot anywhere in the UK .

It’s hard but very rewarding work, and your reward is to see the smiling faces of the children you are helping.

The selection of all convoy participants is at the absolute discretion of the trustees. They will consider all applicants using the following criteria:

Business Plan: You will be required to submit a business plan that will show how you will raise the aid for your vehicle and funds to finance your ferry and your subsistence. The ferry is approx. £550 and subsistence is £500 per driver.

Volunteer Form: All drivers are required to complete a volunteer form and this can be found on

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