The European CMT Federation is accepting new members from the CMT organizations or similar in Europe and worldwide. Becoming a member will make the Federation stronger, and you will be Involved In all the Federation Initiatives.
The Founding Members form the committee and are CMT France, ACMT-Rete, Charcot-Marie-Tooth UK, Progetto Mitofusina 2, Spierziekten Vlaanderen and Spierziekten Nederland. The latter two are not specific CMT organization, but are umbrella groups in their countries which have a section devoted to people with CMT.
How to become a member
To become a member of ECMTF, the organization applying should complete the Membership Form
You can choose between Full Member or Associate Member.
Full Member: The membership fee of €250 gives you the status of Full Member and the right to vote in the General Meetings. It will contribute to all the running costs of ECMTF. It is an annual fee and can be paid by PayPal or via bank transfer. To become a Full Member your organization must be based in Europe and must be a properly constituted non-profit organization in your country of origin.
Associate Member: The membership fee of €100 gives you the status of Associate Member. It will contribute to all the running costs of ECMTF. It is valid for one year and can be paid by PayPal or bank transfer. As Associate Member you will be invited to the general meetings (without voting rights and without reimbursement of expenses) and involved in the Federation’s initiatives (depending on the type of activity and the geographical area concerned). All organizations based outside the geographical area of Europe and/or all organizations that are not Patient Advocacy Group can apply to become an Associate Member.
Once payment has been received, a page showing your logo and whatever information will be created, in both English and your local language.
For any information you can send an email to: email@example.com
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We are pleased to collaborate and share information and experiences with several organizations through Europe.