What does being a member mean?
Anti-Slavery International is a membership organisation which relies on the support of people to carry out its vital work. Our members are at the heart of what we do. By being a member you will:
- Change lives of people affected by slavery around the world and offer them freedom
- Form a part of the movement to end all forms of slavery
- Receive our Reporter Magazine, annual impact report, and a right to vote on key issues at our Annual General Meeting
Anti-Slavery International works for long-term, real change to end human rights abuses suffered by the millions of people in slavery today. Change cannot happen overnight and action over years makes a difference. Regular donations enable us to plan for long-term work. Please join today and help make slavery a thing of the past.
Become a member
Change the lives of people affected by slavery.
The minimum membership fee is £60 a year, or £5 per month. Please tick the box: ‘I would like to become a member of Anti-Slavery International and be entitled to vote at the Annual General Meeting’.
You can also join by donating by card or Paypal, and ticking the relevant membership box.
Can I become a member if I live abroad?
Yes, you can. Just donate by card, and tick the box to become a member.
Can I pay my membership by cheque or CAF voucher?
In July 2014 we introduced membership payments by Direct Debit. Giving by Direct Debit helps keep administrative costs low which means investing more in life-changing projects worldwide.
If you cannot set up a Direct Debit please call us on 020 7501 8920 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss other alternatives.