Stop Junk Mail is pretty much a one-man-campaign. There have been plenty of people who have helped out in the four years the advice service / campaign has been going (not least my partner Eloise who has spent many hours making great illustrations and who has to put up with me going on about junk mail day in day out). Still, there's no denying that Stop Junk Mail is mostly me. Hopefully, this will change soon. I'm planning to turn Stop Junk Mail into an unincorporated association.
Why? Partly because Stop Junk Mail's organisational structure is rather unclear at present. I started the campaign shortly after I set up my web design business, and as a result I'm a sole trader, trading as Stop Junk Mail. At the same time Stop Junk Mail is a not-for-profit enterprise (or rather an out-of-me-own pocket campaign). Changing its legal status will confirm the not-for-profit nature of Stop Junk Mail.
More importantly, it moves the campaign away from being a one-man-show. I'd love to have more people involved in the campaign, to help the organisation run smoothly and work on both existing and new projects. There's lots to do and mountains of junk mail to be stopped. If you support the cause and feel you could make things happen, please do get in touch.