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Shepherds Friendly Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Annual General Meeting 2020

Thank you to everyone who voted in our 2020 AGM. We know things were a little different this year, but it was great to see many of you using your online or telephone votes to have your say. Keeping members at the heart of the decisions we make is key to our mission of always putting you first.

When is the AGM?

This year our AGM took place on Wednesday 16th September 2020.

Important AGM documents

The minutes from the 2020 AGM will be made available for you to view shortly.

This year we have also made changes to our Principles and Practices of Financial Management. You can find out more about what these are and view both the old and new versions of the documents here:

 

What is an AGM?

An Annual General Meeting (AGM) is the meeting of the members of an organisation. Each year, we usually invite members to our AGM to vote and help shape the future of the Society.

This year, we were unable to invite members to our office due to COVID-19 health and safety restrictions. Despite this, we have worked hard to ensure members could still have their say and be well represented at the 2020 AGM.

Is the AGM the only I way I can offer feedback as a member?

The AGM is not the only way you can keep in contact or share your views with us. We encourage members to get in touch in a variety of ways: through our Member Services Team (via phone or email), regular feedback surveys sent throughout your time as a member, or via our social media channels.

We value all feedback and take it seriously with the aim of using it to improve the service we offer to you, our members.

If you have any questions about the AGM or if you would like further information, please contact our Member Services Team on 0161 428 1212 or via email: [email protected]

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