Club Affiliation Renewal
All clubs are required to renew annually with the Guild.
There are a bunch of benefits for renewing such as:
- Maintaining access to club perks including club funding, club discounts to venue hire, free BBQ hire, free equipment hire and stall bookings, public liability coverage, promotion, major event assistance and more.
- Receive invites to major Guild events such as O’Day and Festival Day where you’ll sign up most of your members.
- Continue using ‘Murdoch’ in your club name.
- Access to major event, support, guidance and advice from an experienced team.
If you want to renew, but have run into a few hiccups or issues that have left you unsure whether you’ll be able to meet the requirements this year, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to talk through your options.
Club renewals are only for already established Guild clubs.
If you’re looking to start a new Guild club, please complete a Club Registration Application instead.
In order to successfully renew your club affiliation, your club must:
- Have a Club Bank Account set up
- Agree to participate in at least ONE Guild event in 2024
- Agree to have QPAY as your main club management system (including using it for membership sign-ups, communication, event ticket sales, discount distribution and merch sales)
Renewal Intake 2024 Deadline: 24 March 2024
How To Apply for Affiliation Renewal
Step 1: Prepare 2024 Club Plan, Club Constitution and 2023 Bank Statement
A Club Plan reaffirms your club’s mission and vision, outlines your club’s goals for the year and how you plan to meet those goals. It is a strategy document that allows your committee to function intentionally throughout the year.
Create your Club Plan using the Club Plan 2024 Template.
You will also need to submit your club constitution and 2023 bank statement to successfully complete re-affiliation. Club Constitution template can be found here.
Step 2: Submit a Affiliation Renewal Form on QPAY
Log into your club’s QPAY account and submit your Affiliation Renewal form.