Join the Socialist Health Association

Join the Socialist Health Association

Join the Socialist Health Association

How to pay your subscription

The subscription for an individual is £25 a year, or £10 for people on a low income. We prefer people to pay by Standing Order, as this takes us less time and trouble. If you set up a payment yourself our account Sort Code is 08 90 29, Account No. 50457904. Please use your membership number as a reference.  We accept cheques, or indeed used notes,  by post.

If you don’t want to do this electronically you can print a Membership form.

If you use the printed form please remember to sign it!

You can use PayPal, which also processes credit and debit cards. But please bear in mind that Paypal charge 4.2% commission.  It may help to log into your PayPal account first.  If you just want to email money send it to

The Association has about 750 individual members across the UK, and about 50 affiliated organisations. The annual subscription for individuals  is £25 or £10 for people on low income. The affiliation fee for local organisations  is £25 and for small national organisations £125.  Larger organisations pay a larger fee by agreement.  The benefits of membership, in particular reduced rates for our events, and inclusion on our mailing lists are extended to any member of an affiliated organisation who wants them.  This includes the members of Unison, Unite, and a number of Constituency Labour Parties and union branches.

If you are a member of an affiliated organisation you can subscribe to our membership list.  Please tell us your postcode and what organisation you are part of.  We will then try to keep you in touch with local events.

You don’t have to be a member of the Labour Party to join the SHA, but members can get a vote when the Labour Party selects a leader, just as Trades Union members do, and we are entitled to send delegates to the Party Conference. Over the years we have played a significant part in the development of Labour Party health policies.

Legal and political note on the status of our organisation.

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