There is a choice if you’d like to become a member of the Reid Foundation: Ordinary Member and Sustaining Member. Sustaining Members are those who give a small regular donation to the Foundation.
Becoming an Ordinary Member
Everyone can browse the Reid Foundation website but if you would like to influence our work programme, debate the day’s events in Scrutiny and be kept up to date with the work of the Foundation you should join the Network. It is free to join and you will be able to influence policy development and be consulted on policy proposals, post comments on the website and be invited to exclusive events.
The Network is a community of people who want to see social and economic change in Scotland. Once you join you can post your comments in the Scrutiny section and comment to us directly on our work programme. You will also get an occasional email from us with information we think you will find interesting and to keep you up to date with our work and the work of our sister magazine the Scottish Left Review.
Becoming a Sustaining Member
Sustaining Members are those who give a small regular donation to the Foundation. This is our main means of funding and is essential to our sustainability. Sustaining Members will get discounts to various Foundation events.
Making a one-off donation
We also welcome one-off donations. Before making a one-off donation please complete the form below. Select the Ordinary member in the check box.
To become an Ordinary Member or Sustaining Member please complete this short form. You will then receive instructions on how to donate if this is your choice.