Working together to stand up for health workers and our NHS
Keep Our NHS Public has been taking action for 15 years to protect our health service from cuts, privatisation and corporate takeovers. We’re the largest and longest-running health campaign in the UK.
Now, we’re campaigning to support health workers, tackle the spread of coronavirus, and hold the government to account over its negligent and callous response to the pandemic. We’re in the fight of our lives to protect our health workers and our NHS – and we need your help!
Becoming a member
The more people get involved, the more we can achieve. Being a member means you’ll be joining a community of health activists with unrivalled experience and passion, and will will have the support of a core team of experienced organisers at national level. We have dozens of local groups around the country that possess an amazing level of knowledge and understanding, and which have won huge local victories such as keeping open hospitals and saving local A&E units.
We also incorporate several other nationwide networks like the NHS Support Federation and Doctors for the NHS.
To help cover our campaigning and running costs, we ask members for a small annual subscription:
- £7.50 per year (unwaged / low pension); OR:
- £20 per year (waged / good pension)
To join up, click below:
Other ways to be involved
There’s more than one way to support our work!
We very much welcome donations. Our campaigning is supported by many ordinary people around the country, and every little bit helps. A small amount once a month can be particularly helpful – if everyone on our mailing list donated £2 each month, we’d have tens of thousands more pounds a year to help us defend NHS services. To find out more about donating, click here.
In a campaigning organisation, all kinds of skills can come in handy, whether it’s admin, graphic design, or whatever else. If you can volunteer some of your time and skills to move our campaigns forward, please get in touch!
Subscribing to our mailing list is a free, quick and easy way to stay up-to-date with all the latest news about threats to the NHS and our campaigns to protect it. Our regular newsletter is free and is intended to let both members and non-members know about what’s happening to the health service and how they can get involved in campaigning around it. Sign up below.