About COTA NT corporate membership
By joining COTA as a Corporate Member, your organisation, group or business demonstrates a commitment to, interest in and support of the work done by COTA Northern Territory and its national body, COTA Australia. You can help by:
- Being included in the membership figure which allows COTA NT to demonstrate how broad its representation base is to government and other parties
- Being part of a resource COTA NT can use to get advice from the community on Territory and topical issues
- Being able to have your say in the policy work that COTA NT does
- Making a financial contribution to the work COTA NT does on behalf of Territory seniors.
If your organisation, group or business would like to join COTA NT as a Corporate Membership, click on our Corporate Membership Form 2017-18 application form, download and print. You may also like to contact our CEO prior to making your application for more information on our work.
- Print and electronic copies are also available on request – please call 8941 1004 during office hours or email us – and can be sent by post or email (email preferred)
- You can scan and email this form to COTA NT Membership, GPO Box 852, Darwin NT 0801
- Drop your application form into our offices (Monday to Friday 9am – 3pm except public holidays).
Corporate membership fees
- Not for Profit Organisations with income less than $50,000 – $40
- Not for Profit Organisations with income $51,000 – $300,000 – $80
- Not for Profit Organisations with income $300,000 – $500,000 – $100
- Not for Profit Organisations with income over $500,000 – $150
- Government Member – $250
- Businesses and for profit organisations – $250
Note: All Corporate Membership applications are subject to approval by COTA NT’s current serving Board.
Other ways of supporting COTA NT
You can also help to support COTA by:
- sponsoring an event
- giving your members’ time to offer practical hands-on help or training
- volunteering your members to help out at our community events
- choosing COTA NT as your fundraising beneficiary.