Mae Murray Foundation Membership Categories
The Mae Murray Foundation Board of Directors may admit any person, association, society,
company, government department or other corporate body as members, in accordance
with the 3 membership categories outlined below. Applicants must be aged 18 years or
over and reside within Northern Ireland. All membership is subject to approval by the Mae
Murray Foundation board of directors.
This category is free and is awarded to individuals who share the Mae Murray Foundation
vision, subscribes to its objects and who may benefit directly, or have a family member
who will benefit, from its activities. Each individual member will be invited to attend our
Annual General Meeting (AGM) and are entitled to a single vote.
This category is free and is open to any organisation, whether voluntary or statutory,
subscribing to the Mae Murray Foundation objects and who are actively working to
enhance ‘quality of life’ for people within the area of benefit ; disabled, the elderly and
those suffering from long-term or complex medical conditions . Affiliate Members will be
invited to attend our AGM and are entitled to a single vote.
This category is free and is open to any well-wisher s and/or persons, who in the opinion
of the Directors, has special knowledge or experience to offer the Mae Murray Foundation,
but who do not fit into either of the other two categories. Associate Members will be
entitled to attend our AGM but will not have nomination or voting rights.
- A ‘voice’ in the development of future MMF projects
- Entitlement to attend our AGM
- Member categories with voting rights will be entitled to annually nominate a
representative for election to the Mae Murray Foundation Board of Directors; to
take office for a period of 1 year
- Receipt of our Annual Report
- Inclusion of your organisation in the list of members on our website
- Any other practical ‘working project’ benefits that the Mae Murray Foundation can
bring to its Affiliate Members which will enhance quality of life for our mutual