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..
Board Member Jane Lonsdale reports on this year’s Supporters Summit, hosted jointly by Supporters Direct and the Football Supporters’ Federation and held at St George’s Park over the weekend of 1 and 2 July.
The annual two-day Supporters Summit is a great opportunity to learn more and to network with members of other supporters’ trusts. The sessions I attended included ones on clubs in crisis, preventing child abuse in football, and ticket pricing in the EFL.
Clubs in crisis With..
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..
Our next general meeting is on Monday, June 5, starting at 7.30 pm in the back bar at the Cherry Red Records Stadium. The meeting will include a presentation on the new stadium, plus the usual opportunity to ask questions of the Dons Trust Board about any topic.
If you are a Trust member but are unable to attend, we will be trialling using the Trust Webjam to give live text updates from the meeting. Please log in to the..
The Dons Trust Board held their regular monthly meeting last week. The summary of the meeting is now available for Trust members via the free-to-join Trust Webjam.
Trust members can read May’s summary on the Trust Webjam. If you’re a Trust member but haven’t signed up for the Trust Webjam, please email our webmaster and he will send you another invite.
Remember that the Trust Webjam exists to allow you to engage in discussions with fellow Trust members and..
The Dons Trust AGM held on Thursday, December 8 included a presentation and Q&A session on the new stadium, given by project manager Andrew Williams and club chief executive Erik Samuelson. Thanks to volunteers who videoed and edited the presentation, it is now available exclusively to Trust members on the Trust Webjam.
We also videoed other sections of the AGM and these will be posted exclusively on the Trust Webjam site over the next few weeks. So if you weren’t..
The Trust Webjam now has an ‘Ask the board’ forum thread so that members can ask direct questions to specific board members.
The forum thread also outlines the current allocation of responsibilities within the Trust board, so that when asking your question you know which board members have responsibility for different areas.
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Don’t forget that the Trust Webjam is a secure, Trust-members-only..
The summary of another Dons Trust Board (DTB) meeting held in November is now online for members on the Trust Webjam. The DTB held two meetings this month, and the summaries from both meetings are available.
Don’t forget that the Trust Webjam also provides a forum for you to interact not just with all of the DTB and other members, but especially with the candidates who are standing for election to the board this year.
The summary of an additional Dons Trust Board meeting held in November is now available exclusively for our members on the Trust Webjam.
This means that the previous board meeting summary for October is now available to all supporters on this website.