Gift Membership

Want to buy an brilliant present for an amazing woman in your life?  Then why not buy her a Women for Independence gift membership for a year?  Lots of people mean to join but forget so this is not only a fantastic way of giving them a great gift of membership with Scotland's top women's campaign group on independence but you'll be ticking something off their to do list!

Even if everyone you know has a WFI membership, another great way to support women is to buy a gift membership to pay it forward for a woman that joins WFI requesting a membership at £0.  WFI will continue to offer memberships at £0 and are happy to do so but there is a financial cost to the organisation of course.  This is a way that you can support our work and support other women.  Simply buy the gift certificate in the normal way but don't pass it on to someone else.  

You can read our privacy policy and about how we handle your data by clicking here.

Here's how to buy a gift membership

1. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and fill in your details.  

2. Once your payment has been processed, you will be automatically redirected to a page where you can either print off a gift certificate or send a link to the person for whom you have bought the gift certificate.  Both these options have full details on how the lucky recipient can redeem their gift membership.

If you'd like to join WFI yourself, you can find out more information or join by clicking here.  

If you need any more information then please contact our National Coordinator at [email protected]

NB Membership is open to all self-identifying women who share our aims of independence for Scotland, gender equality and social justice.

If you aren't able to become a member but would like to make a donation, you can do so here.




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