Please complete the following to apply for full membership:
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Rule 5(2) “A person who wishes to become a member must be proposed by one member and seconded by another member.”
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The P4P Constitution states that “Membership is open to organisations with a headquarters of substantial operation in the Pilbara that exist primarily for a charitable purpose, rather than for financial profit. Charitable purpose includes the direct relief of poverty, sickness, suffering, distress, misfortune, disability, destitution and helplessness, and may be demonstrated by reference to the documents of incorporation of the applicant, or registration with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission”. It also states that “Volunteers may become Members of the Association”.
INFORMATION for APPLICANTS
- If your application is accepted, your name and address, as provided above, must be recorded in a register of members and be made available to other members, upon request, under section 27 of the Associations Incorporation Act.
- If the obligations under the Associations Incorporation Act are not complied with the Association can be wound up.
- You can contact the Association at the contact page.
- You can access or correct personal information (your name and address) by contacting the Association as indicated above.
- If your application is accepted you are entitled to inspect and make a copy of the register of members under section 27 of the Associations Incorporation Act.
- If your application is accepted you are entitled to inspect and make a copy of the rules (constitution) of the association under section 28 of the Associations Incorporation Act.
If your application for membership is rejected by the Committee: You may give notice of your intention to appeal within 14 days of being advised of the rejection (rule 5(4)). The Association in a general meeting, no later than the next annual general meeting, must confirm or set aside the decision of the Committee rejecting your application, after giving you a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to make written representations to the general meeting (rule 5(5)).
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