The Chapter Newsletter
ANAC is committed to keeping our members informed and we are excited to bring important chapter information packaged and sent monthly via email. The newsletter will include deadlines, upcoming meetings and events, helpful tools to run your chapter, your colleagues in the news and so much more. To receive the newsletter you must be a current ANAC member and select the Chapter your are a part of in your ANAC member profile!
View recent Chapter Newsletters here!
Running your chapter
We have created different resources to help you in running a successful chapter.
- Introduction to ANAC
- How to run a chapter
- Sample letters (welcome, recruitment, renewal, scholarships)
- Membership information card
- Event template and instructions
- Sample Bylaws
- Chapters Handbook
- ANAC logo package: Each chapter has been provided with a logo and logo use package. If you have questions about your chapter logo please contact the ANAC national office. The ANAC and ANAC chapter logos are not to be altered or changed in any way.
- Chapter Recognition Award: We are excited to announce a new chapter recognition award application process for the Chapter of the Year Award. We are asking each eligible and interested Chapter to submit a short application form and a video or PowerPoint of your chapters activities and community outreach programs. We welcome your creativity and we hope you have fun with this! The winning Chapter will also have their video played at the Awards Banquet and possibly at other venues during the conference. Application form and instructions.
Reporting on your chapter
All chapters must submit annual reports to ANAC's National Office.
These reports are due for the previous year's activities. All reports and forms listed must be submitted by this deadline. If you have any questions about completing these forms, please contact Lynda Wileman at 1-800-260-6780.
A large part of ANAC's mission is to advocate for the HIV/AIDS healthcare community and people living with HIV. As a chapter, we encourage you to get involved with local, state and national issues. Learn more.