Why become a member?
MHCC member organisations and individuals:
- Have greater impact - through collaboration, participation and consultation. Have input into government processes and policy campaigning; forums and working groups; committees and projects.
- Direct and drive the sector - have a say in what MHCC does - Ordinary Members* also have voting rights at MHCC general meetings and the right to nominate a Delegate to the Board.
- Have access to practical support - grants and other funding opportunities.
- Promote their work - members can promote programs, services and events through our publications FYI and the quarterly View From the Peak.
- Build their workforce - by accessing high quality training, training resources and discounts.
- Inform and stay informed - MHCC members receive regular updates through media releases, e-communications, events and MHCC publications.
- All Members can access MHCC services and discounts.
- Only Ordinary Members have voting rights at MHCC general meetings and the right to nominate a delegate to the Board.
How do I become a member
Simply download and complete the application form, then send it back to MHCC. All applications are considered by the Board, and upon acceptance of your application, you will receive a confirmation letter and a tax invoice.