April’s board meeting summary

The Dons Trust Board (DTB) held its regular monthly meeting at the Cherry Red Records Stadium on Monday, April 10. Ahead of publication of the redacted minutes, this article summarises the main points that were discussed.

As is usual, the start of the meeting was joined by club chief executive Erik Samuelson, who gave an update on the tendering process (outlined by him in a recent programme article) and financing of the new stadium. The DTB discussed with Erik the..

Survey ends on Sunday

Time is running out to have your say in the Dons Trust membership survey. If you’ve yet to respond, please don’t miss the chance to provide your views before the Sunday deadline.

The results from the survey will give the Dons Trust Board a feel for what their current members want and what new members would be looking for. We want to hear from all AFC Wimbledon supporters, regardless of whether or not they’re a current Trust member.

You can complete the survey..

Great response to survey

Nearly 900 AFC Wimbledon fans have already completed our membership survey since it was launched last week – but we want more responses!

The survey explores AFC Wimbledon fans’ views regarding membership of the Trust and is aimed at all supporters, not just current or previous Dons Trust members.

If you haven’t already done so, you can complete the survey online. It runs until Sunday 14 May and should take no more than 5–10 minutes to complete.

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Trust survey for all Dons fans

The Dons Trust has launched an online survey to get feedback from all AFC Wimbledon fans about their perceptions of the benefits of being a trust member, and what other membership benefits they might like to receive.

The survey should only take 5–10 minutes to complete and can be completed online. The survey will run until Sunday 14 May.

The results from the survey will give the Dons Trust Board a feel for what its current members want and what..

April SGM rescheduled

The Dons Trust Board has decided to reschedule the SGM that was pencilled in for April 27 until early June. We will communicate the new date as soon as possible.

As many of you will have seen in Erik Samuelson’s recent programme/web article, things are progressing well on the new stadium project but the Section 106/Development Agreement is still being finalised, and we are also awaiting responses to our request for tenders from potential construction partners.

Rather than hold the..

March’s board meeting summary

The Dons Trust Board (DTB) held its regular monthly meeting on Monday, March 20, 2017. Ahead of publication of the redacted minutes, this article summarises the main points that were raised.

Unfortunately Erik Samuelson, football club chief executive, wasn’t able to attend the meeting, but he had submitted his monthly report in advance. It included:

an update on the transfer tribunal for Will Mannion (anticipated to be heard some time in April or May) news of a further payment from..

Changes to the Dons Trust secretariat

Dons Trust chair Matthew Breach has news of recent changes to the make-up of the secretariat, which provides essential support to the Dons Trust Board.

The Dons Trust recently advertised for people to fill roles within the secretariat, the body of volunteers who support the Dons Trust Board in undertaking its work in the areas of governance, compliance, organisation and communication.

The secretariat is led by the Dons Trust Secretary, a post that had been filled very capably by Rob..

The Dons Trust membership survey

One of the roles of Dons Trust Board member Matt Spriegel is to encourage membership among fans in the 16–35 age group. Here he has details of the upcoming membership survey.

In the coming days, the Dons Trust will be sending out our membership survey to all existing members, as well as posting it on the Trust’s Twitter feed and on the club’s Twitter feed, in order to make sure that as many Dons fans as possible – Trust members..

Members’ views sought by Supporters Direct/Daily Mail

Dons Trust members’ views are being sought on the way the club, other clubs and the EFL in general is being run on, behalf of the Daily Mail.

A survey has been posted on the Trust Webjam seeking the views of fans about the way their club, other clubs and the EFL in general is run.

Trust members who have already registered to use the Trust Webjam can log in and visit the forum to take part in the survey.

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