How to be involved

Join the TTM Community

There are a number of ways you can join the TTM community with various levels of engagement and commitment.

Follow us on social media

You can follow us on social media, namely our Facebook page and Twitter feed. We post a lot of content there and it's a good way of keeping up with news or contributing posts from afar.

Signup to our mailing list

You can stay informed by singing up to our mailing list. By signing up on our contact page you'll receive our monthly newsletter.

Note that we will not sell or share your details and you the ability to unsubscribe at any time. Any and all information we collect is subject to our privacy policy and applicable Australian laws.

Support our campaigns

You can lend your weight and support to one of our important local and community campaigns.

Become a member

If you want to take the next step, you can become a formal, paid member of TTM. The membership fee is a $20 payment that provides the following benefits:

  1. The right to vote in our Annual General Meeting.
  2. The right to become an elected TTM officer bearer or member of our core group.
  3. The right to become a TTM project manager and head up your own community project under the TTM banner (see below).

Join a TTM Project

Participate in one of our currently active projects and initiatives, including:

Start your own Transition Project

TTM paid members can apply to start their own project under the TTM banner. We have great resources, templates and contacts in the community, local business and the Maroondah council.

We can help you:

  • Develop and execute your project plan
  • Help you find and apply for grants
  • Create a project website
  • Promote your project via our mailing list, website and social media

Volunteer and/or improve your skills

We're always in need people with a wide range of skills and experiences. Anything you can contribute is great appreciated. Some areas of interest include:

  • Graphic design for print and web
  • Writing, editing and research
  • Events management
  • Upcycling, repair and maintenance
  • Traditional crafts
  • Gardening and growing food

Not only can you volunteer you skills but you you can also learn from us. We have a diverse member base filled with people that are more than happy to share their skills.