District 11 Greens Annual General Meeting

You are invited (and encouraged!) to participate in the District 11 provincial Green District Association's Annual General Meeting.

WHEN: Tuesday, January 25th, 2022 @7pm
WHERE: Online via Zoom
REGISTRATION AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE

What is a District Association?

The District Association is the primary local organizing unit of the Green Party of Prince Edward Island. District Associations play a critical role in local grassroots activities, community engagement, fundraising, and selecting and supporting candidates in elections. A strong District Association is instrumental in laying the groundwork for the successful election (or re-election) of a Green MLA.

What happens at the Annual General Meeting, and how can I get involved?

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is the most important annual occasion for Green Party members in a district to come together. It is when the District Association’s Coordinating Team reports on its activities over the past year, and seeks the input and engagement of members. 

The most important order of business will be the election of the Coordinating Team (see below).

You must have a Green Party of PEI membership in good standing (or have become a member at least 30 days before the AGM), and be resident in District 11, to be eligible to vote at the AGM. However, members in good standing who live outside of the District may also put themselves forward for election to the Coordinating Team, and all members are welcome to attend the meeting.

You can check your membership status here (note that you’ll need to create an account if you don’t have one already), or by writing to [email protected].

Electing the Coordinating Team

The District Association’s Coordinating Team is the Association’s executive body, driving and guiding the Association’s activities. 

Would you like to join with other Greens in creating a vibrant local community and team as we plan ahead for the next election? You are invited to seek election for the positions currently vacant on the Coordinating Team. The roles and main duties of the vacant positions are listed below:

Financial Coordinator (term is until 2023 AGM)

  • Monitor District Association funds through its Virtual Account.

  • Authorize District Association expenditures.

  • Submit donations received and expenses incurred to the party for deposit or reimbursement.

  • Ensure that donations accepted and expenditures made by the District Association on the Party’s behalf are in compliance with both Elections PEI and GPPEI rules.

  • Supervise District Association fundraising activities.

  • Other duties as determined together with the rest of the Coordinating Team to help advance the association’s objectives.

Data Coordinator  (term is until 2023 AGM)

  • Ensure that all supporter and member contact information is entered and kept up to date in the database

  • Support other Coordinating Team members in their work by providing access to membership data as required.

  • Other duties as determined together with the rest of the Coordinating Team to help advance the association’s objectives

Member-at-large (term is until the next AGM)

With the approval of the elected Coordinating Team members, any member may join the team as a Member-at-Large, contributing towards the success of the association using their time and abilities.

We need YOUR help and hope you’ll get involved even if you don’t seek one of the core elected roles on the Coordinating Team.

 

If you wish to nominate yourself for a role on the Coordinating Team, please send an e-mail to [email protected] and include your name, the position you are interested in, a brief description of yourself, and your motivation for wishing to serve on the EDA.

Thank you in advance for being an active citizen and member of our District Association! Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have, including learning more about what being a part of the Coordinating Team entails.

WHEN
January 25, 2022 at 7:00pm - 8pm
WHERE
Online via Zoom
CONTACT
Bethany Collicutt-McNab, Chair ·

Will you come?