A chance to have your say - OCD Action's Annual General Meeting (AGM)

OCD Action's Annual General Meeting (AGM) is a unique opportunity to have your say about the work that we do, and help shape our year's activities. This is an OCD Action Member exclusive event, overseen by our Board of Trustees and Director.

The AGM will be held at Voluntary Action Islington, 200a Pentonville Road, London, N1 9JP in the evening of Thursday 9 February.  The AGM is for OCD Action Members only, and invitations are being sent to all Members this week.

The evening’s events will commence at 7.00 pm on Thursday 9 February, when tea, coffee and biscuits will be served to Members on arrival.  At 7.30 pm, Members will then hear from leading OCD expert (and OCD Action trustee), Professor David Veale, in his talk entitled 'A psychological understanding of OCD’.  The business of the AGM will then be conducted from 8.00 pm.  The meeting is not expected to continue past 9.00 pm.

Below are links to documents relevant to the AGM: the formal Notice of the AGM; the Minutes of the previous AGM; and the Trustees Report and Final Accounts for the year ending 31 March 2016.

Notice of AGM

Minutes of the previous AGM

OCD Action Trustees Report and Final Accounts 2015-16

As you will see from the Notice, proposed resolutions for the AGM should be sent to OCD Action’s Director, Margaret Unwin at margaret@ocdaction.org.uk by noon on Friday 27 January 2016.

If you are a Member of OCD Action, you will receive an invitation to the AGM soon (by email or by post). Please do let us know if you will be attending the AGM by emailing Philip Moore at philip@ocdaction.org.uk or by calling him on 020 7253 5272.

If you are not currently a Member and would like the opportunity to attend our AGM (either in February or in the future), then you can simply sign up to become a Member of OCD Action here. Not only will this give you access to exclusive events like our AGM, but you will receive discounted tickets to our National Conferences, invitations to other Charity events, and you'll also receive two newsletters a year, jam-packed with information about the work we are doing and how your support is helping shape this work.

We look forward to seeing Members on Thursday 9 February.