Membership of CAA

Clydeside Action on Asbestos (CAA) charity membership is voluntary and is for those individuals, families and organisations who want to support the work that CAA does and also take an active part in supporting those diagnosed with asbestos related illnesses, and their loved ones.

To become a member of CAA the following subscription applies annually:

Single membership (for an individual)
£5.00

Affiliate membership (private businesses, trade unions, solicitors etc.)
£80.00 (Please note: affiliate members are required to nominate an individual)

As a member of CAA you are entitled to:

  • An invitation to the Annual General Meeting
  • Elect directors of the charity
  • Vote on changes to  company articles
  • Stand for election as a director when a vacancy arises
  • A copy of our Annual Report & Accounts

You will also receive:

  • An invitation to attend our conferences, free of charge, such as our Patient & Carer day for those who suffer from mesothelioma and their loved ones.
  • A copy of our ‘Managing your Asbestos Related Condition’ DVD (on request).
  • An invitation to fundraising activities and events

CAA exists because of our members.  Please join us and show your support for our objects:

a. To provide financial and practical relief to those in need by reason of diagnosis of an asbestos related disease.

b. To advance awareness, research and education about asbestos related disease among health care professionals, the general public and statutory, voluntary and public bodies.

We do this by providing a comprehensive welfare rights service and by:

  • Campaigning for, and providing support to, those diagnosed with an asbestos related disease and their families.
  • Identifying and addressing the unmet needs of those affected by a diagnosis of asbestos related disease.
  • Ensuring that individuals and families have the resources and information to improve their quality of life.

download4If you would like to become a member, you can download a CAA membership form

Please note: The directors of CAA may, at their absolute discretion, refuse to admit any person to membership.

You can then complete the form and hand in to our office or you can post it to CAA with your payment.  We strongly discourage donors from sending cash donations by post.  Please read the following advice from the Royal Mail if you are thinking about sending cash by post.

Should you wish to discuss anything about membership of CAA, please contact us.

Please note: It is not a requirement that you become a member of CAA in order to access our services as they are available to members and non-members. 

Last reviewed 1 January 2017