Network’s 2021 AGM

Board Nominations have now closed. 

Thank You to the members who have nominated.
We appreciate and value your interest in Network.
All members are welcome to attend our AGM:

Network’s Annual General Meeting

At this meeting members will hear reports on Network’s year in 2021 and elect members of the Board for 2022.

10.00am – 11.30am
Friday, 20th May 2022
Network Office: 8-10 Belmore Street, Surry Hills 2010

After two years being held virtually, this year’s AGM will be held in person at the Network office (8-10 Belmore Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010).  Should circumstances change due to COVID or other, this meeting with revert to a virtual online meeting.

The Network AGM is a great opportunity to hear about our achievements throughout 2021 and have your say in the future management of the organisation. We hope that you will be able to join us.

Please support the organisation that supports you!

Here’s what you can expect during this year’s AGM:

  • Overview of what we accomplished in 2021
  • Election of Board Members
  • Approval of our financial statements
Don’t forget to register to attend the AGM :

Register Your Attendance

Proxy Form

Must be returned by 10am, 18th May 2022.

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