Membership for Voluntary Sector Organisations

Membership for Voluntary Sector Organisations

Join Warrington Voluntary Action!

Membership for Voluntary Sector Organisations 

WVA is a membership organisation. Our aim is to support a thriving voluntary sector in Warrington and provide a strong voice for the sector.   Having a strong membership is an important factor in achieving this aim.  Being a member of a WVA means that you can:

  • Participate in creating a stronger voluntary sector for the people of Warrington
  • Show your support for the aims of WVA
  • Influence the way WVA develops in the future

We offer discounted services and benefits to members and we encourage any organisation in receipt of support, information or advice to become a member.

How do I become a member?

Membership to WVA is free, and it always will be.

You can apply to be a Member if you are a community, voluntary or faith organisation, social enterprise or any other form of not-for-profit organisation which is based and delivers services within the borough of Warrington.

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Membership entitles you to:

  • Access to a range of WVA services including proofreading funding bids, group support, training and development
  • Discounts on a selection of WVA services
  • Priority booking on our training course and other events
  • Ability to vote at Annual General Meetings and Extraordinary General Meetings
  • Ability to nominate individuals to stand as Trustees
  • Use of one of the WVA Member logos for your promotional materials

Joining is easy and it’s free.

Alternatively, download the form and drop off at our offices at the Gateway.

For details of our charged for services please email us at info@warringtonva.org.uk

You can opt-out of being a member at any time via the email address above or call 01925 246880 

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The Gateway, 89 Sankey Street, Warrington, WA1 1SR Tel: 01925 246880
Registered in England & Wales as a Registered Charity 1129343
and as Company Limited by Guarantee No:6805818

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