Become A Member

CTSI Membership

For all groups and individuals, CTSI membership is free and unlocks the door to a one stop shop of all sorts of information, advice, support, and guidance in relation to Clackmannanshire’s Third Sector Community.

Membership is open to all third sector organisations who provide a service within the Clackmannanshire Council area. If you are a third sector organisation from a Volunteer Led Community Group, Community Council, Development Trust, Charity, Social Enterprise, or a Community Interest Company then please complete our Membership Form below.

You can read more about the benefits of becoming a CTSI Member on the CTSI Member Information page.

What Happens Next?

Once you have completed the online form, a member of the CTSI team will be in touch to discuss your application and may ask for more information including a copy of your governing document.

Membership Form

The purpose of this form is to gather data about your organisation, which will be entered into our database (a comprehensive information source on the third sector and volunteering in the Clackmannanshire area). The wide range of information gathered will help us and members of the public access good quality information.  Only CTSI will have access to all the information – organisational details only will be displayed on our website’s online directory for public use. 

Your membership will be reviewed annually to ensure the information we hold remains up to date and correct.  You can contact us (admin@ctsi.org.uk or Julie.haslam@ctsi.org.uk) at any time to update the information we hold.

Membership and Consent

CTSI would like to thank you for contributing; your participation is greatly appreciated and will help to inform accurate research on the vital local and national contribution of Clackmannanshire’s third sector.

By joining our membership, your organisation will contribute to the collective voice of the third sector and give Clackmannanshire the authority in its partnership work with other agencies.

Member organisations are:

- Eligible to nominate someone from their organisation to serve on our Board of Directors
- Eligible to attend and vote at our annual general meeting (AGM)

In order to develop the work that we do, we cannot consider membership* to our organisation without a signature and a signed copy of your Constitution/Memorandum and Articles of Association.

Personal Data Notice

Any personal information you give us (e.g. the name, personal email or home address of a main contact) will be held and used in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2018. Personal information held will not be disclosed to any unauthorised person or body without your permission.

Only CTSI personnel will have access to all information you supply.

General organisational information will be made available to other organisations and the public through our websites organisation directory. We will not display personal contact names or information unless you give us permission to do so. You also have the right to see what data we store about you, how we use it and to prevent us from using it. We reserve the right to charge a small administration fee (to cover our costs) for access to this information. Anonymised statistical data gathered from our database may be used to report to our funder and policy makers at a local or national level and in activity such as our Service Directory or Annual Impact Report.

If you have any queries or concerns regarding the Data Protection Act and this statement then please write to: Business Manager, Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface, Connect Centre, Burgh Mews Alloa FK10 1HS or by email admin@ctsi.org.uk

By signing, I agree that I have the requisite authority to provide this information on behalf of the organisation mentioned herein.

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