To ensure the Committee for Mornington Peninsula's ongoing organisational success, we will continue to foster relationships with our elected representatives, stay top of mind for decision-makers through ongoing advocacy on issues relating to our strategic objectives, and give our members regular and meaningful input into the policy formation that informs our advocacy operations.
THE COMMITTEE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA WILL:
- Encourage support from the local business community through targeted and compelling membership value and effective communication. Actively engage with our members and the community online and through holding regular meetings and events;
- Nurture partnerships and collaborator relationships to ensure the CfMP is established and remains a going concern;
- Identify new funding streams and sources of revenue to support a diversified income base that enables expanded CfMP activity and impact;
- Attract and retain high quality Committee personnel capable of being effective advocates for the region, the CfMP and the thought-leadership we aim to provide; and
- Forge and sustain key alliances to support the pursuit of CfMP’s mission.