Welcome to the AWL NSW Members page

We would like to note that the AWL NSW members webpage is the only accurate, official source of information relating to the AGM. Information derived from any source other than AWL NSW may not be correct.

Animal Welfare League NSW Board of Directors

Animal Welfare League NSW’s last Annual General Meeting was held on Saturday 21 April 2018 at Parramatta RSL. We would like to thank all members who participated, either by postal or proxy voting, or by attending the meeting in person. As a member-based organisation, we strongly value your input and appreciated the opportunity to have a robust discussion about our 2017/18 results. Four nominees were elected as AWL NSW Directors at the meeting: Christine Richardson, Glynis Boobyer, David Hope and Aaron Heiler.

David Hope, President

Glynis Boobyer, Vice President

Audrey McGeown, Vice President and Chair of the Building and Maintenance Committee

Steve Sampson, Chair of the Board and Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee

Annette Tomlinson, Chair of the Animal Welfare Committee

Narelle Cocks

Aaron Heiler

Leonie Elvin

Marg Steel

2019 Annual General Meeting

The AWL NSW Board wish to introduce a new Constitution for members’ consideration and approval at the next Annual General Meeting. The amendments ensure the Constitution is fit-for-purpose and is aligned with ACNC requirements.

Members are invited to contact AWL NSW to share their comments or ask questions by no later than 8 April 2019 via:

Please click below to view:

  • an Explanatory Memorandum which summarises the key differences between the proposed new Constitution and (a) the template constitution published by the ACNC and (b) the existing constitution (click here to view); and
  • the proposed new Constitution (click here to view)

Nominations for consideration to be elected for the 2019 AWL NSW Board of Directors closed on 25 March 2019.
More information about the nominees and the election process will be provided as it becomes available.

Notice is given to members that the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) have consented to the resignation of Berger Piepers as company auditor. The Board of Directors of AWL NSW has determined in the interests of best practice to change the company auditor from time to time. Berger Piepers have performed the company’s audit for the past six (6) years. The company ran a tender process for a replacement auditor and as a result, Hall Chadwick, chartered Accountants were selected by the Board to be the company’s auditor.

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