Join the Scottish Green Party
With two MSPs, eight Councillors, and over 1,900 members, Edinburgh Greens are helping to make a difference to our city. By joining us, you too can help make that difference. New members are always very welcome. Find out more info about membership here.
When you join the Scottish Green Party, you automatically become a member of Edinburgh Greens. You can join using the online form on the main party website here.
Donate towards a Green Future
You don’t have to be a member of the Greens to donate to us, and you don’t have to be rich! Whether you wish to give £5 or £50, every penny counts towards making Edinburgh, and Scotland, a greener and fairer place.
Donate by Standing Order
The best way to support our on-going work and help us prepare for future elections is to sign up to our regular giving scheme by downloading and completing a standing order form. A small amount each month allows us to build up much-needed funds.
You can donate to the Edinburgh Greens via Paypal, by clicking the button below. You don’t need to have a PayPal account to donate via PayPal – you can make your donation by payment card (Visa/Delta/Electron, MasterCard/Eurocard, Maestro/Solo, American Express). You can either make a one off payment or you can set up a monthly donation to help us with our ongoing campaigns.
Donate by Cheque
You can send a cheque made payable to ‘Edinburgh Green Party’, along with your name and address, to:
Edinburgh Green Party
c/o Scottish Green Party
19b Graham Street
Edinburgh EH6 5QN
Terms & Conditions
As a political party we have to adhere to strict rules about donations. Because of this we need to record the names and addresses of donors.
We accept all donations, large or small, but if you wish to give over £500 per year (aggregated) then you need to be on the UK electoral register. We will return impermissible donations.
We must report to the Electoral Commission all donations that exceed £7500. When we do this we must provide the Electoral Commission with the value of the donation and the name, address and other relevant details of the donor – The Electoral Commission will publish your name and the value of your donation, but not your address.