A Supporters Trust is a democratic organisation of supporters. Our aims are to secure the future of the club, keeping the club with the fans where it belongs. It is not a protest group. Rather, it is the long-term solution for supporters to have a say in the future of their club. It is not just another Supporters Club, but an umbrella organisation;
The Trust is its membership; that is, every single person who has signed a Trust membership form. The Committee is just the vehicle by which the Trust will establish itself. They are elected by a democratic election at which any member is eligible to stand for office.
The Trust is an Industrial & Provident Society (IPS) fully regulated by the Industrial and Provident Societies Act and accountable for all its financial dealings and transactions. An IPS belongs to its membership. Literally. Every member owns a £1 nominal share in the Trust. Those shares cannot be traded or transferred. The share entitles the member to a vote; one member - one vote. Each eligible member has the right to stand for election to the Trust Board, to vote in the election of Trust Board representatives and to attend the AGM.
This section is intended to give you a quick tour of the Trust, why its here, what it is, how it works, who runs it, and most importantly, what's in it for YOU.
It's not intended to cover every aspect. Wrexham Supporters' Trust, in common with other Trusts, pools its skills. It's made up of willing volunteers and fund-raisers, but also accountants, lawyers, business people and media professionals.
A strong Trust is good for the Club and good for the Community.