Speaking to the Star, Mark said; "We have to see what we can do, in any way, to help....what ideas and initiatives we can generate because there is no guarantee that someone will come knocking on the door.
"We are getting close to the end-game. There may be ideas and initiatives that might not have looked feasible or possible but they might be palatable now. Maybe it is up to the 3,000 or so loyal fans but this is an opportunity to get together and see what is happening and how we can all bring something to the situation." He added.
The Trust have been having regular meetings with the administrator and ealier this month launched a scheme to help support the Millers throughout the period of administration.
"We are pursuing various lines as a Trust and it is important that the administration is funded to the end of the season." Thomas said.
"Anyone can come down, it's free, and let's discuss anything that might help the club at this time, let's see what is the way forward from the fans, are there things we can do as a group of 3,000."