Become a member



Violence Free Communities has three member groups - community, private and honorary life membership.

To be a community member you must be nominated by an identifiable community based body or agency.

To be a private member you must be recommended by two existing members of Violence Free Communities.

Any member or person who has given valuable service to Violence Free Communities can be elected at the Annual General Meeting as an honorary life member.


Member benefits


Members are valued! 

By becoming a member, you are supporting our work and therefore contributing to the strengthening  of our communities and the promotion of violence free communities.

- members have voting rights at an annual general meeting and special general meetings
- members will receive an E-bulletin quarterly to update you on the projects/events/plans of VFC
- members will be notified of our events/programmes and invited to participate or volunteer at these
- we also invite members to offer suggestions/contribute ideas about the work we do/how we do it


How to become a member

Complete the correct membership form (community or private)

VFC community membership application 2017

VFC private membership application 2017

Send this to:  Administration, Violence Free Communities, PO Box 21920, Henderson 6120 or
Scan and email to:

Membership applications will be considered at the next Board meeting (held monthly) following receipt and applicants notified by email of their status.

There is no cost for membership.


Honorary Life Members

Elaine Dyer