We welcome supporters but we don't have "members" because we are not structured in the usual way (no committee, no chair, vice-chair, treasurer, secretary etc.)
We are a loose association of people with similar world views who work together, as and when required, to promote our aims.
We have no need of money because we don't spend much. Sometimes we may hire a room for a meeting, sometimes we may create a leaflet or booklet - in these cases one or more of our supporters usually covers the cost. We don't charge for speakers and we cover our own expenses.
We maintain a mailing list to send out emails as and when an issue arises. Most of our supporters are members of the British Humanist Association and the National Secular Society - both valuable sources of information.
We welcome you as a supporter if you agree with our aims and beliefs. Please contact us with some background about yourself and we will add you to the mailing list - let us know if you are willing to be a volunteer.
Please contact us if you have any questions about atheist humanism that are not answered by our FAQ. We will be happy to talk to you by email, phone or face-to-face.