AGM and Sector Consultation
- Tuesday 7th December 2021, 4:30pm
Seminar Room, Milroy Lodge, 15 Bedbrook Place, Shenton Park.
- Register at https://pcwa2021agm-and-sector-consultation.eventbrite.com.au
- Please note that registration is essential to track the numbers and meet COVID-19 requirements.
Members, supporters and friends of Palliative Care WA are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 7 December 2021. The Palliative Care WA Board for 2022 will be elected at the AGM.
Everyone is welcome! Individual Members of Palliative Care WA can vote at the AGM. As a member if you are unable to attend the AGM, you can appoint a proxy to vote on your behalf by filling out and returning a proxy form. Download the Proxy form HERE.
Immediately following the AGM at 5pm we will be holding a short and sharp Sector Consultation where we will present a mid-term review of our 2020-23 Strategic Plan and seek your feedback. This is your chance to tell us how we have done to date, where we can do better and what else you want from your peak body. Your input is very important to us, so please come along and help shape our priorities for the next two years.
An online attendance option for the AGM and Sector Consultation has been provided, particularly to encourage participation from members, stakeholders and supporters from regional and rural WA. However, if you can, we do hope you will attend in person.
And for those who are in the room, you are invited to stay for an informal end-of-year sundowner after the consultation ends at 6:30pm. This year we will be offering non-alcoholic beverages including Sobar beer. For those who are new to Sobar, it is a proudly Aboriginal owned and led company that is leading a community conversation surrounding Australian societal issues with alcohol consumption and breaking down the stigma of socialising sober. They promote healthy lifestyle choices, wellness, social equity and sustainability, and aim to smash some stereotypes and raise positive awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.