The Cairngorms Campaign is funded entirely through membership subscriptions and donations. The Campaign remains very much a voluntary organisation and it is indebted to its team of volunteers on its Management Group, supported by a part-time administrator.

Join the Cairngorms Campaign and help us maintain a voice, independent of government or government agencies, through which we can press the case for better protection, management and appreciation of the Cairngorms.

As a member you will receive our regular newsletters and other occasional publications, occasional discounts on publications and be entitled to attend our Annual General Meeting and Lecture, and other events.  Individual membership is £12 for the year, with concessions (£7) for the unwaged or senior citizens.

To become a member or to make a donation simply download our membership form, complete and return to the Campaign along with your payment or standing order instruction.

Make your money work even harder - did you know that if you are a taxpayer and make a Gift Aid declaration the Campaign can reclaim tax on any money you give to the Campaign at no further trouble or expense to you (currently 28p for every £1 you give). This includes your subscription as well as any donation you might make. If you are eligible, please do complete the Gift Aid Declaration which you will see on the form.


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