Ways to support us
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Become a member

As a member you’ll be supporting our work for sustainable, planet-friendly food and farming. Membership starts at just £2.50 per month.
 
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Become a Wildlife Warrior

Do you have what it takes to help get UK wildlife back on its tiny feet?
 
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Donate to us

As a charity we urgently need your support to help build a sustainable future for UK food and farming. Help us by giving a donation today.
 
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Fundraise for us

Whether you fancy a sponsored challenge, or would like to host a fundraising feast, use our guide to organise your own event or activity.
 
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Include us in your will

A legacy can help create a healthier planet and a sustainable future. 15% of our voluntary income comes from these wonderful gifts.
 
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Choose our partners

By choosing our partners you'll be contributing to our core funds. Services include banking, energy providers and phone services.
 
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Members area

Enter the members area for special offers and discounts for Soil Association members including Organic Connect.
 
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Sign up to our e-news

Our free e-newsletter keeps you up-to-date with all the latest Soil Association news, campaigns, events and activities.
 
I'm President because...

Monty Don... the Soil Association is working to change the way we farm, cook, eat and think about local food. It is a charity dedicated to promoting the connection between healthy soil, healthy people, healthy animals and a healthy planet. Over the past 50 years our knowledge, experience and skills in growing, preparing and eating good food have been deliberately abused in the name of commercial profits.

I yearn for food that belongs to, and is an important part of, a thriving and balanced society. Around the country there are tangible seeds of change with increasing numbers of people wanting a different relationship with their food. Thank you for joining our growing movement.

Monty Don

I'm a supporter because...

Helena, Essex... I care about the way our food is produced. Industrialised farming destroys biodiversity, leads to global warming, leaves dangerous chemicals in the food chain and forces animals to live in unnatural, cruel conditions. Organic farming is the only sustainable, natural and healthy way to produce food, and its practices enhance the health of the whole ecosystem.

Helena, Essex