From: Bill Kerry
Date: 22 December 2011 12:31:36 AM NZDT
To: ‘Bill Kerry’
Subject: The Equality Trust: Supporter & Local Groups Bulletin (Dec 2011)
COULD ALL LOCAL GROUP CO-ORDINATORS PLEASE SHARE THIS WITH THEIR LOCAL GROUP MEMBERS – MANY THANKS!
Dear friend – just a short one this month as I’m sure you’re busy getting ready for the holidays. Welcome to all our new supporters and local group members who are receiving their first monthly bulletin.
CAMPAIGN UPDATE: Thanks to all of you who have taken action on our Act Local=Reduce The Gap campaign. We are beginning to get replies from Councillors and we will be developing our response depending on what they say. You can help by forwarding any replies you receive to me. If you have yet to take the action you can do so here: http://www.equalitytrust.org.uk/act-local-reduce-the-gap . Please do spread the word to all your friends, family and colleagues.
HELP IMPROVE OUR WEBSITE: We are going to upgrade our website soon and we would like your help to make it as intuitive and user-friendly as possible. If you have 5 or 10 minutes, please complete the website survey document attached to this email. Please use either the pdf or the Word version, whichever is easiest for you, and either post or email the form back to us. Many thanks.
ARE YOU A QUAKER? We have had enormous help and support right from the start from individual Quakers and Quaker groups up and down the country. If you are a Quaker and receive this email as one of our supporters or local group members, we would love to hear from you. Please contact Kathryn Busby at: [email protected] . This is to do with an article we are writing, which will be published sometime early in 2012 in The Friend magazine.
KEEPING IN TOUCH: Just a reminder that the best place to keep up with what we’re doing is on facebook http://www.facebook.com/equalitytrust or you can follow us on twitter http://twitter.com/equalitytrust or just keep an eye on the website www.equalitytrust.org.uk
AND FINALLY… Just a further reminder for local group members that we still really want your views on what you think is the best way for the groups to communicate with each other. Please do take a few minutes to complete this very short questionnaire here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ZJDNWXW