Membership and Joining Us

Formal Membership of the HEAR Charity

 

HEAR is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO). As well as its Board of Trustees (see the About Us page) the HEAR Charity has a small formal Membership   to support the governance of the Charity.

 

In addition to the trustees, the current Organisational Members of the Charity are:

 

17-24-30 No to Hate Crime

Age UK London

Ashiana Network

Bexley and Bromley Accessible Transport

British Institute of Human Rights

Deaf Plus

Faiths Forum for London

Gendered Intelligence

Inclusion London

Micro Rainbow

Race on the Agenda

Sante Refugee Mental Health Access Project

Solace Women’s Aid

Stepping Stone 4

 

The trustees welcome applications for formal Membership of the Charity from organisations and individuals actively involved in and committed to HEAR, and  who share its aims and commitment to equality. In the first instance please email the Coordinator:

 

hear@hearequality.org.uk

 

General Network Membership

 

The HEAR Network is an informal network of London organisations and community groups working to advance equality, fight discrimination and achieve social justice. Our network members range from tiny grassroots groups with no paid staff or premises to large national charities with their base in London, and everything in between!

 

There is no formal membership requirement for the Network, and members can withdraw at any time. Involvement can range from receiving our bulletins, news and email information, through getting actively  involved  by attending free training, events and workshops, taking part in research projects, presenting case studies and sharing learning with peers at HEAR events, right through to joining  the HEAR steering group, it’s up to you!

 

Simply email:

 

hear@hearequality.org.uk

 

to join the network or find out more

 

Currently HEAR has more than 1000 members in the Network.

 

As well as charities and community groups, HEAR also has  many individual members who are ‘experts by experience’, individual equality campaigners or rights activists.

 

Making Connections:

If you would like to contact an organisation working with a particular beneficiary group, in a specialist area such as homelessness or domestic violence, or an organisation in a particular part of London, we can help:

Please email:

 

hear@hearequality.org.uk

 

or call 0207 832 5817/07466 119268

 

Please also use the above email to let us know if you would like to join our membership list

 

HEAR is working to provide a directory of its members to make communication within the network easier, please watch out for more