Please be assured that you are not alone with your particular situation. Being a member of NISIG and attending our meetings nearest to you will give you access to as much support and information as you wish. Needless to say, confidentiality is paramount and all our members are asked to respect this.
Membership with NISIG allows you to avail of discounted rates at meetings and other events, and will also ensure that you receive notice of upcoming events and activities within (and outside of) NISIG, as we are made aware of them. You will receive our quarterly newsletter, containing personal stories, news and updates on all things NISIG and within the ART community here in Ireland.
Building NISIG’s membership is paramount to our advocacy efforts and ensures that you belong to a community of individuals and families with your best interests in mind. Our network is built on our shared experiences and offers support at every level of the journey.
Membership is now on offer at two years for the price of one, costing only €30 per family, with no renewal fee at the end of the first year.
Should you wish to receive information on a specific subject, we will endeavour to provide you with same. Our group is strictly confidential and any information we receive will be treated accordingly.
You can now fill in the form below and pay securely via Paypal.
You can also ring 087 7975058 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form. The current rates are €30 for initial membership and €15 for renewals.
As soon as we receive your completed application form plus membership fee, we will forward our Newsletters to you, this will inform you about up and coming meetings. If you choose not to attend meetings remember that you can avail of our telephone help-line.
Please let us know if your contact details change, so that we can update our records.
Though we may not have all the answers, we will try our utmost to get them for you.
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