Become an affiliate member

Let's stand together for equality, affiliate with us today. 

Join us as an affiliate and be a part of our movement to shape a society where women and girls in all their diversity are equal and truly free. Becoming an affiliate member is one of the best ways to show the world where your values lie. 

As an Affiliate you can

  • Partner with Fawcett on key campaigns
  • Take part in hard-hitting research & evidence
  • Add your voice & views to the equality movement
  • Demonstrate your commitment to gender equality

 Affiliation benefits

  • Free access to Fawcett research, reports & publications to share with your members
  • A place at our annual conference plus voting rights
  • Free entry & discounts for exclusive Fawcett events & our online shop for you & your members
  • Recognition on our website
  • Opportunities to get involved with campaigns & research

If your organisation supports our vision for a gender equal society fill out this quick form to apply to be an affiliate.

Our annual affiliate rates are:

  • Less than 1,000 members £100
  • 1,000 – 4,999 members £200
  • 5,000 – 9,999 members £300
  • 10,000 – 49,999 members £500
  • 50,000 – 99,999 members £750
  • 100,000 + members £1,000

By joining Fawcett today you will be helping us make sex discrimination history and speeding up progress towards gender equality. 

Sign your organisation up to be an affiliate today!

Why Fawcett?

Fawcett has delivered change for women for more than 150 years. But we aren’t finished yet. And we know we’re most effective when we work in partnership with our affiliates & supporters.

  • Our Sex Discrimination Law Review led to government consultations on flexible working, parental leave, & protections for pregnant women at work
  • Over 10,000 employers now report on their gender pay gap – & thanks to our campaigning, this now includes bonuses
  • 50,000 people signed our #RightToKnow petition on Equal Pay Day 2019
  • We launched a free equal Pay Advice Service in 2018 supporting people on low incomes, in partnership with YESS Law

Why Now? 

With a new government in place, our mission to protect the hard-won rights of women is more important than ever. Together, we’ve come a long way but there’s much more to do:

  • 1 in 2 women have been sexually harassed at work
  • Four in ten people do not know that women have a right to equal pay for work of equal value. 
  • Women are twice as likely to work in sectors that are being shut down by coronavirus  

Affiliate Membership Terms & Conditions and Code of Conduct

Please read through our Terms & Conditions and Code of Conduct before applying. If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]

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Membership Rules – these apply to the registered representative of the affiliating organisation only.

By becoming a member of the Fawcett Society you commit to promoting our values to achieve a society in which the choices you can make and the control you have over your life are no longer determined by your gender.
Affiliating member organisations are asked to promote the Fawcett Society, including individual membership of the Fawcett Society to your members and/or contacts.

As a member, you have the right to vote in elections for vacancies on our Board of Trustees and in relation to motions put forward to our Annual General Meeting or Extraordinary General Meeting and to vote to adopt the annual report and accounts. The board of trustees govern the charity and are accountable to our members.
As a member of The Fawcett Society you will also receive discounted/free places at Fawcett events through the year, a 20% discount on all Fawcett shop items, our monthly enewsletter and twice yearly emagazine. For affiliate members this applies to your registered representative only.

We reserve the right to change the benefits that apply to Fawcett Society membership at any time and without prior notice.

We will endeavour to keep in regular contact with you via email and will only use your postal address in the event of no email address being provided. We will use the latest contact information you provide us with and cannot be held responsible for any items which are not received if you change your contact details without notifying us.

The Fawcett Society stores your details in compliance with the Data Protection Act and does not share your details with third parties. Please see our Privacy Policy here.

The Fawcett Society reserves the right to refuse or terminate membership if the individual member or affiliating member organisation behaves in a manner that contravenes our code of conduct which is set out below. All members will adhere to the rules set out in The Fawcett Society’s governing document – our Memorandum and Articles. A copy is available on our website.

Force majeure - neither party shall be liable to the other for any delay or non-performance of its obligations by reason of matters beyond its control including, but not limited to, any act of terrorism, war, riot, civil commotion, compliance with any law or government order, fire, flood or storm, strikes, or any other industrial dispute, delay in transit, power failure, postal delay, or any event that cannot be reasonably be planned for or avoided. In which case, we will deliver as soon as is reasonably possible.

Membership does not entitle you to use the Fawcett Society logo or present yourself as representing Fawcett Society views unless you have obtained permission from the Chief Executive in writing.

Membership subscriptions will be taken on an annual or monthly basis based on the payment frequency you choose when you join. You can change the frequency of when you make your payment to us or you can cancel at any time by emailing us at [email protected] Cancellations will only be accepted in writing. Direct debit membership subscriptions whether monthly or annually, will run indefinitely and will renew automatically unless you choose to cancel it. Those without a direct debit subscription will be contacted at the point of renewal.

Code of conduct

The Fawcett Society expects the behaviour of its members to contribute to achieving a society in which the choices you can make and the control you have over your life are no longer determined by your gender.

The Fawcett Society wants everyone who comes into contact with our organisation to be treated in a friendly, welcoming and respectful manner and expects courtesy and co-operation to be shown towards all members, staff and volunteers at any Fawcett Society events, activities or meetings.

The Fawcett Society expects everyone who represents us to act in such a way that the organisation is not brought into disrepute.

Fawcett Society members hold a range of views and debate and constructive polite disagreement are the expected way of dealing with differences of opinion. Abusive or aggressive behaviour towards Fawcett Society members, staff, volunteers or towards people attending Fawcett Society events or communicating with Fawcett via social media will not be tolerated under any circumstances.

Harassment may be defined as causing alarm, distress and anxiety and fear of physical violence or other threat, offensive statements, verbal abuse and threats. Harassment is a criminal offence and will be dealt with accordingly.