Clubs - Incorporated Societies and Trusts
We recognise that formally incorporated clubs will need a formal process to partner with other organisations.
You must be a committee member or have the authorisation of the committee because this will put your club's name on our submissions.
Clubs we'd appreciate a $20 donation per year
to help us keep running, and to cover costs like fuel to attend meetings in your area, toll calls, postage and printing.
2. Select a person to be the main point of contact.
This person has three basic roles\tasks:
- they are our main point of contact and receive our monthly newsletter. Hopefully this is printed for the clubrooms, or circulated amongst your members to get them interested in local or national recreation issues.
- This person raises any issues about submissions on behalf of the club, and\or provides club input\approval. As part of this, the co-ordinator should be able to update us on the current club membership (numbers) and may be asked to occasionally distribute surveys to gather data.
- Keep an eye horse recreation issues in your local area\region. Watch out for bylaws that affect riding in parks or beaches, district plans that can affect where you can keep horses, and even transport plans or new roads that may make it unsafe for you to ride (or could potentially solve your problems if they include safe berms or bridleways when building a new road).