Dons Trust memberships are being processed as we speak – with more than 75% of our membership having already applied to renew.
As we are approaching the end of our membership year on 31 July, all current Dons Trust members will be receiving correspondence, either by email or post, with further details about how to renew.
The Dons Trust remains in control of AFC Wimbledon. Joining the Trust makes you a part-owner of AFC Wimbledon, with the same stake in the club as all other Trust members. Dons Trust membership continues to mean that you have voting rights, regardless of which category..
The Dons Trust Board is sad to announce that, after serving for an incredible 20 years, John Stembridge is stepping down as Membership Secretary. In order to help ensure a smooth transition during this busy period for the Dons Trust, he has kindly agreed to continue until a suitable replacement is appointed.
DTB Chair Kris Stewart said: “John has given great service to the Dons Trust in his time as Membership Secretary, bringing dedication and professionalism to the role and..
Following the announcement of the resignation of Membership Secretary John Stembridge, the Dons Trust Board (DTB) is seeking applicants for the roles of project manager, analyst, administrator/s and website developer.
The Dons Trust is looking to replace its current custom system and processes for administering memberships.
This will entail integration with AFC Wimbledon’s ticketing system and database, creating a members’ area of the Dons Trust website, and using third-party tools to fill any gaps not satisfied by the club’s..
Emails are being sent out to a number of Dons Trust members whose membership has now lapsed, following the expiry of a 90 day grace period.
Membership renewals are due on 1 August each year. In practice, we give a grace period during which we remind members who have not yet renewed that their membership will lapse unless they renew. That grace period has now expired and we are emailing all members who have not renewed during that period.
We’re approaching annual Dons Trust membership renewals. All current Dons Trust members will be receiving correspondence, either by email or post, with further details about how to renew.
In the meantime, following the recent news from the Club outlining more information about our return home, this is more information about some of the changes to your Dons Trust membership and how it will affect this year’s renewal process.
If you have any questions, please contact the Membership Secretary via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help needed to ensure we support Dons Trust members applying for and renewing their membership.
Since its formation 17 years ago, the Dons Trust has grown to an organisation of over 3,500 members, spread across senior and junior sections. Throughout that period, the task of servicing members’ applications to join and renew annual membership has fallen to our loyal membership secretary, John Stembridge, with occasional support from volunteers on mailing out membership cards.
The Dons Trust now..
If you have joined the Trust since September 2016 and haven’t yet registered for The Trust Webjam, invites will be sent out, in batches over the next few days. You will receive an email (to the email address we have on the membership database) from email@example.com. This email will include the Acceptable Use Policy and the User Registration Guide. Joining the site is a bit different to other social media sites so please do follow the guide to avoid any problems. The Acceptable Use Policy will..
The Dons Trust Board is delighted to announce that Charles Williams has been co-opted onto the board, in succession to Matt Spriegel, with a brief to boost DT engagement with fans in the 16–35 age bracket.
Charles responded to the original advert last year and just missed out on the appointment at that time. When Matt had to stand down earlier this year the Dons Trust Board agreed that youth engagement remained a priority and agreed to contact Charles to..
At the end of last season, the Dons Trust Board asked fans – both Trust members and non-members – to complete a survey. Board member Colin Dipple has been looking at the results.
Five months ago, the Dons Trust surveyed fans to gather views on DT membership, barriers to membership and what additional benefits people would like to see introduced. We invited current DT members (and lapsed members) as well as non-members to complete the survey, which was also advertised..