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Corresponding Member

Eligibility

Any international, national, provincial, or community association or any government, educational institution, corporation or foundation who is interested in furthering active living for older adults is eligible for membership.

Benefits (2005/06)

ALCOA will:

  • Set up a Corresponding Member Committee of representatives from Corresponding Members. The Committee will meet twice yearly by teleconference call to discuss topics of interest and concern to members and to ALCOA.
  • Set up a Community Talk-Back whereby, in May of each year, by email or regular mail, ALCOA will survey the Corresponding Members around their needs and ways in which ALCOA can endeavor to meet those needs. This will also be an opportunity for Members to share successes and best practices.
  • Produce a Newsletter, with updates on ALCOA’s activities and plans, to be circulated to Members annually in September/October. It will be available for downloading from the ALCOA website. Print copies will be sent to Members on request.
  • List Members on the ALCOA website in alphabetical order with contact information and/or a hyperlink to the Members website.
  • Provide Members with 5 copies of the Research Update, published once or twice a year. This publication is subject to funding availability. It is also downloadable from the ALCOA website.
  • Produce a Resource List of all ALCOA Roundtable Members, including the name of the organization, website, and a list of resources available. This will only be available to Corresponding Members and will be sent in print format annually in March/April.

Expectations

The corresponding member will:

  • Promote active living for older adults
  • Provide ALCOA with relevant up-to-date contact information (e.g. address and phone number changes) as well as information about their organization and services
  • Promote ALCOA materials/resources at every opportunity to their respective networks
  • Volunteer on ALCOA task forces, Ad Hoc committees, where appropriate
  • Pay membership fees on time

Fees

Fees for corresponding members are as follows:

  • Local/community club, group, organization $50
  • Educational Institution $100
  • Provincial Institution $100
  • National/International Institution $150

ALCOA Corresponding Member Application

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