Bristol Rovers programme coverThe number one jersey

Dons Trust chair Mark Davis used yesterday’s matchday programme to talk about a change at the top at AFC Wimbledon. The following is a slightly edited version of the article.

Today I have commandeered the From the Boardroom page, for this one programme only, to report on the recent change in the number one slot at AFC Wimbledon. I’m referring to the position of chief executive officer, rather than goalkeeper, but I’m hoping this change proves to be as positive for..

Hannah Kitcher Dons Trust Board MemberHelp us stay on target

Newly elected Dons Trust Board member Hannah Kitcher wants to talk about disrupting the boardroom norm, and about accountability.

This is my first programme article as a Dons Trust Board member, on the occasion of AFC Wimbledon’s first ever fourth-round FA Cup tie. This game – and, as a by-product, this article – have come about thanks to a memorable victory at Fleetwood Town’s Highbury Stadium in the third round, a game that also gave me my first experience as..

A look behind the scenes

Dons Trust Board member Roger Evans gives us an insight into how the Trust operates and the range of its responsibilities.

The Dons Trust Board (DTB) has nine members, elected by Dons Trust members for a period of two years. Four positions become vacant one year, and five the next. Individuals can also be co-opted as members of the DTB to take advantage of particular skills. We currently have one co-opted member, giving a young adult’s perspective.

The DTB meets..

Dons Trust SGMCommunication, communication, communication

Dons Trust Board member Cormac van der Hoeven look at ways in which the Board is looking to improve how it gets its message across and how it interacts with its members and with the wider fanbase.

Since the 2011 consultation of members about our identity, general meetings of the Dons Trust have been dominated by the sharing of Plough Lane news. Over the past twelve months we have been exploring a new style of hosting at general meetings, though..

Why the DT belongs to the FSF and SD (from York matchday programme)

The Dons Trust recently joined the Football Supporters Federation, and continues to benefit from its long association with Supporters Direct. Both organisations represent and campaign on behalf of us, the fans.

David Reeves explains that while the two have very clear and distinct remits, both are doing great work to keep the football fan at the heart of our national game.

 SUPPORTERS DIRECT

When the Dons Trust was formed back in February 2002, its founder members were supporting a..