Affiliate your Trade Union

By affiliating to War on Want with a regular donation, your union can have a real say in our future and the fight against global poverty.

War on Want has long understood that decent work and a living wage are not only a basic right but also a key route out of poverty. However, in many of the world's poorest communities, workers face exploitation, discrimination and have little hope of a better life. Your union can help change this.

By affiliating to War on Want, your union will be joining an organisation which fights for workers' rights in partnership with trade unions and associations of working people across the world. As an affiliate organisation you can vote at our AGM and have a real say in our future.

A Direct Debit is the most convenient and cost-effective method to affiliate, just click the appropriate links below:

Union type  
National (Over 100,000 members)
£500 annually
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National (50,000 to 100,000 members)
£300 annually
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National (Less than 50,000 members)
£250 annually
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Regional
£100 annually
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District
£40 annually
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Branch
£25 annually
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Alternatively, you can download our trade union affiliation form.

For more information call our Trades Union Officer Jackie on 020 7324 5057 or send her an email.

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