By becoming an RANQ member:
- You will become part of a network of organizations sharing the same goals;
- You will be able to use the tools created by the RANQ;
- You will be consulted and informed regarding all matters of concern to our association;
- You will be invited to participate in the activities organized by the RANQ.
Regular member: has voting rights and can be elected to the Board of Directors; is an organization mainly composed of caregivers, or a regional association of community organizations that support caregivers. Members of these regional associations of community organizations must mostly be associations or groups mainly formed by caregivers from that region.
Associate Member: has voting rights and can be elected to the Board of directors; is a community organization that develops all, or part of, its activities for caregivers.
Supporting member: does not have voting rights and cannot be elected to the Board of directors, can be any organization that shares the RANQ’s mission and objectives and that wishes to express its solidarity with caregivers by becoming a RANQ member.
Excerpt from the RANQ’s by-laws
A member is a legally constituted group, association or collective.
A caregiver is a person who, as a non-professional and without being paid, provides care and support to a loved one, with limited autonomy. The caregiver is not a volunteer.
The caregiver can be: a child, a spouse, the father, the mother or any other family member, a neighbor, a friend.
Annual Membership Fees
The annual fee is of thirty dollars. It covers the period corresponding to the RANQ’s fiscal year, from April 1st to March 31st. The fee is due no later than the date of the annual general meeting. Any legally constituted organization can join the RANQ at any time of the year. After its’ accession to the RANQ, the organization will be invited to the AGM. Once the RANQ receives your membership application form, it will submit it to its own board of directors for analysis (as specified in its by-laws).