2022/2023 Annual General Meeting – Thursday, September 21, 2023
Greetings, stakeholders of the Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention (“Black CAP “) Membership, and community members
We are pleased to inform you that we have selected a date for our next Annual General Membership meeting. The date will be Thursday, September 21, 2023, at 5pm. Please use the Eventbrite link to reserve your seat. You will find attached the draft agenda. Finalized details will be provided closer to the actual date.
Register for the 2022/2023 Annual General Meeting through the link below:
This meeting will be the ONLY meeting which the Board of Directors are calling to meet with Black CAP Membership and the only meeting called in accordance with Black CAP’s By-Laws and the Corporations Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.C.38, the legislation under which Black CAP is currently governed.
As stated previously, the date of the Annual General Meeting has been chosen to ensure all documents that are required by, the Corporations Act are available as prepared by our external auditors, and so as to provide all transparent financial and other reporting to hold the organization accountable.
The current Board of Directors shall be present at the Annual General Meeting and hold elections for new Directors in accordance with the By-Laws.
Our Board members recruitment continues, and Black CAP is looking to recruit new members to our Board of Directors who are committed to continued leadership within the HIV/AIDS sector and ensuring the continued support of culturally responsive service to ALL African, Caribbean, and Black community members living in Toronto who are living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Please submit your Board application at the link below: https://lnkd.in/gc86GNec
This year we are also focused on ensuring that the Board is balanced in relation to gender, gender identity, HIV status, and age. We are also seeking members who have an understanding of the importance of intersectionality in our work.
We are seeking members with knowledge of the impact of HIV in Toronto’s Black communities and some of the following skills/knowledge:
– Knowledge of the HIV sector
– Human Resources and labour relations
– Accounting and Finance
– Non-profit management
– Government relations
With sincere gratitude and solidarity.
Board of Directors:
Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention