We warmly invite you to attend NACCOM’s first Annual General Meeting (AGM), to be held on Monday 5th December from 1.00 - 4.30pm at the King’s House Conference Centre, King’s Church, Sidney Street, Manchester, M1 7HB. There is parking available nearby- please click here to download a map and directions.
We are holding this AGM for three key reasons:
1) As a registered CIO (since 2015) we need to gather members to vote on the appointment of trustees and to receive our accounts.
2) We will also be sharing our report on the Annual Accommodation Survey and launching our 2020 Vision, identifying ways that as a network we can work together to see a reduction in, and call for an end to, destitution.
3) This year marks 10 years since NACCOM started, so we'll be looking back on stories and ideas that have made a difference in the last decade.
The Agenda is set out below. There will be an opportunity for you to ask questions and for Members to vote on the appointment of Trustees at the event (please see separate email for this).
We are keen to enable as many NACCOM members as possible to attend, so we are offering up to £50 per organisation in travel subsidies for those who might struggle to come otherwise. Please note that funds are limited and will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis. Therefore please let us know by the 1st December if you would like to take advantage of the subsidy, so that we can ensure access for as many members as possible.
Registration will be from 1.00pm.
Lunch will be provided from 1.00pm. If you have any dietary requirements please inform us when you book your ticket.
This event is free but a suggested donation of £5 per member is encouraged to help us cover costs.
Apologies for absence
Network Coordinator report - Overview of the last year and report on Annual Accommodation Survey
Chair’s report - Launch of 2020 Vision
Communications, Media and Advocacy Report
Update on Membership
Stories from the network - updates from members
Election of committee
We look forward to seeing you on the 5th! Please get in touch if you have any questions about the event, membership or our work more generally.