Become a Member
Carrie's Place has been providing services in the Maitland and Lower Hunter area since 1979 and provides a range of culturally appropriate services for people experiencing domestic violence and family violence, and/or homelessness.
Who can become a member?
Our membership is open to everyone whose visions, values and goals, support those of Carrie's Place. Those who have a passion for ending domestic violence and homelessness and supporting those who are at risk within the Maitland, Cessnock, Dungog, Port Stephens and Upper Hunter Local Government Areas.
How to become a member?
To be eligible to be considered as a member of Carrie's Place, you must be a natural person as required under our Constitution.
All nominations for membership will be considered in accordance with the requirements set out within the Constitution.
What are the benefits of becoming a Carrie's Place member?
- Opportunity to have an active say on key issues and concerns impacting on your service, people experiencing domestic violence and homelessness and the wider domestic violence and homelessness sector
- Participate in various policy development and other committees
- Active voice in lobbying to improve the service response to people suffering from domestic violence or homelessness and those who are at risk
What are the costs associated with the membership?