Those who have active concern with interfaith and multifaith issues, may find BCoF membership provides a valuable resource. BCoF's 1) networking with the local community, 2) its immediacy to current information on inter-faith matters, especially at a local level, 3) its use for people to come to experience and be exposed to interfaith activities in the community and 4) its use as a forum, are just a few examples.
There are few activities these days that don't require inter-faith consideration, whether related to customers, clients, products, market research, or staffing implications. Interest from local government and social institutions dealing with a range of social contexts such as fire, police and prison services represent some examples of where BCoF membership can be of mutual benefit.
Corporate Body membership is an Associate Membership and as such, members are not entitled to stand for BCoF's steering committee or vote at its AGM; this is in order to ensure good governance of BCoF's aims and objectives.
Corporate Membership is subject to a small minimum annual donation. This all goes towards helping us continue our work and significantly affects what we can do as a small charity.