If you’re unable to join us for the AGM itself on Saturday 23 November, make sure you cast your vote before the meeting. Here’s how to do it.
Voting at this year’s Annual General Meeting is the way to secure the future of the Which? you care so much about.
However, If you’re unable to join us for the AGM itself on Saturday 23 November, make sure you cast your vote before the meeting.
Instructions on how to vote are included with the Notice of AGM sent to you by post or email this week, (21 October 2019).
If you haven’t received it yet, you should do shortly. The Notice includes a summary of the recent independent Governance Review, and sets out a number of Special Resolutions proposed by the Council of Trustees as a result.
All proxy votes, including those sent by post, must be received by 1pm Thursday, 21 November 2019. Here’s how you can vote:
Voting in person
If you are coming to the AGM, you can vote on each resolution on the day.
If you would like to attend the AGM, please RSVP to email@example.com, including your membership number and postcode, by 11 November.
You can also let us know by returning the form in the back of your AGM pack by post in the envelope that is also enclosed.
Please also let us know if you intend to join the workshops that will be taking place before the AGM.
Please note: if you are watching the AGM live on the day with the AGM Livestream, you will not be able to vote as you would in person. Please vote online or by post in advance as described below.
Voting online in advance of the AGM
You can vote online here. To do this, you will need the two-part security code on your proxy form sent to you with the Notice of AGM.
Here’s what it looks like:
Voting by post in advance of the AGM
You can also vote by post using your proxy form enclosed in the Notice of AGM. You can then return this either by using the prepaid reply envelope enclosed in your pack, or by post to:
Civica Election Services
The Election Centre
33 Clarendon Road
London, NW8 0NW
Want to discuss the resolutions?
Our governance specialists are available if you would like to discuss any of the resolutions.
If you’d like to speak with them, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our customer service centre on 029 2267 0000, and we’ll arrange a call with you.
If you have any questions on how to vote or any issues with accessing the online voting platform, please do feel free to leave a comment here and we’ll try to help.