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LAH Membership Scheme

Some blurb about the membership scheme and why it would be great to join it.

A London ACEs Hub (LAH) Network Member can be any individuals aged 16 or over who:

  1. live and/or work in London,

  2. wish to support building ACEs, trauma-informed care and resilience awareness, and

  3. want to contribute to the LAH activities.

The individual can join the LAH independently or representing an organisation in London. An organisation can have a maximum of two member representatives. 

Membership Categories

The London ACEs Hub is an independent, voluntary and nonpartisan network. Membership categories are based on individual’s involvement.

A person can join the LAH representing an organisation but the LAH, as a network and community interest company, does not represent and/or speak for particular organisations.

There are five LAH membership categories as follows (a member can belong to more than one category):

Individuals with lived experience of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and/or trauma.

Individuals involved in community development and advocacy.

Individuals attending full or part time education as their main activity.

Individuals working in professional fields such as statutory or non-statutory services or as a self-employed/ independent practitioner.

Individuals (maximum two) representing one particular organisation committed to ACEs awareness.

Organisation Representative

Student

Professional

Survivor

Community 
Advocate

Commitments

All members will be asked to read the Articles of Association and commit to the requirements in the CIC Operational Guide and any other stipulations to be agreed by the LAH Coordinating Group and the Directors of the LAH. These will include having regard at all times to principles of mutual respect and trauma-informed care, as stated in the Privacy Notice and the Trauma-Informed Safeguarding Policy and Procedures.

Benefits/Opportunities

The benefits/opportunities of becoming a LAH Member are:

  1. Networking - being a part of a network of information and experience-sharing about ACEs, trauma-informed care and resilience building involving survivors, multidisciplinary professionals and community advocates.

  2. ACE-aware community building - opportunities to play an active role in developing initiatives and resources of a biopsychosocial educational nature to promote awareness of ACEs, trauma-informed care and resilience throughout the communities of Greater London. These include events, the LAH newsletter,  online and printed educational information, advocacy and lobbying, and other forms of initiatives based on creative co- production amongst survivors, multidisciplinary professionals and community advocates.

  3. Workgroups - opportunities to set up and participate in workgroups to develop and promote a particular ACE-related topic.

  4. Meetings and events - attendance at LAH Network Meetings and free participation in all LAH events.

  5. LAH operational development - opportunities to help advance the LAH CIC trauma-informed organic network and learn new skills in collaboration with survivors and multidisciplinary professionals via strategic and administrative contributions, online and digital initiatives, consultations and the Coordinating Group.

  6. Online profile - having an individual profile displayed on the LAH website Network page.

Fees and Payment

Annual membership fees are calculated on a 12-month rolling basis from the date that registration is approved. They can be paid online via a secure transaction on the LAH website or by bank transfer, cash or cheque.

There are three types of membership fee to accommodate and welcome people from diverse incomes. Membership fee options do not impact members’ benefits. All members have the same rights and responsibilities related to self and mutual care - see Privacy Notice and Trauma-Informed Safeguarding Policy and Procedures,.

Annual fee options:

  • Supporting membership (£25 fee + £25 donation): £50

  • Full membership: £25

  • Concession membership (students and individuals on low income): £5

How to join

Individuals can join and renew membership online below, or by requesting a printable membership form by email at contact@londonaceshub.org and submitting it by post.

Fees and Payment

Annual membership fees are calculated on a 12-month rolling basis from the date that registration is approved. They can be paid online via a secure transaction on the LAH website or by bank transfer, cash or cheque.

There are three types of membership fee to accommodate and welcome people from diverse incomes. Membership fee options do not impact members’ benefits. All members have the same rights and responsibilities related to self and mutual care - see Privacy Notice and Trauma-Informed Safeguarding Policy and Procedures,.

Annual fee options:

  • Supporting membership (£25 fee + £25 donation): £50

  • Full membership: £25

  • Concession membership (students and individuals on low income): £5

Choose your membership

  • Supporting member

    50£
    Every year
    (£25 fee + £25 donation): £50
     
  • Full Member

    25£
    Every year
     
  • Concession member

    Every year
    (Students and individuals on low income)
     

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