Support the community campaign for Scottish independence
Yes Scotland, the campaign for Scottish independence, wants to help its local campaign groups across Scotland to take the positive pro-independence message out to local communities.
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Yes Scotland is the organisation campaigning for a Yes vote at the referendum on Scottish independence to be held in September 2014.
Over the last year, we have established hundreds of local voluntary local campaign groups across the whole of Scotland. We now want to help the volunteers who run these groups to take the positive pro-independence message out to their local communities by supplying them with the resources they need to do so.
With your help, we'll be able to give our local groups materials to distribute, venues in which to hold meetings, pop-up stalls to take to public events, and a local presence in their community. Your donation will help our volunteers reach undecided voters in their local communities and ensure a Yes vote at the independence referendum.
We believe that the independence referendum will be won through people talking to each other about the merits of Scotland making its own decisions for itself, and the options and opportunities this will bring for positive and transformational change for the better.
A better Scotland is possible, through a Yes vote, but we will only convince those who remain undecided by speaking to them in their local communities and using arguments and language that are relevant to them. This is why our local groups are so important, and that is why we're asking for your help to resource them.Visit project website
Promised of our £15,000 target
A donation of £3 will pay for the production of 100 campaign leaflets. By donating the equivalent of the cost of a pint of beer, you'll know that you've helped to resource the campaign for Scottish independence in your local community.424 rewards, 243 remaining
A donation of £30 will pay for the hire of a venue for a meeting, helping to take the pro-independence message to undecided voters. Your donation will be acknowledged in a personalised tweet from the @YesScotland Twitter account.223 rewards, 92 remaining
A donation of £300 will pay for a Yes Scotland pop-up stall to be used by local groups across the country to take the pro-independence message to gala days, highland games, agricultural shows and music festivals. Your donation will be acknowledged in a personalised tweet from the @YesScotland Twitter account and you will receive an exclusive and strictly limited edition lapel badge.24 rewards, 11 remaining
A donation of £3,000 will pay for a Yes Scotland shop, office or volunteer hub to open for the remainder of the campaign in an area of high footfall / centre of population. Your donation will be acknowledged in a personalised tweet from the @YesScotland Twitter account and you will receive an exclusive and strictly limited edition lapel badge. You will also be treated to a VIP visit to the Yes Scotland HQ in Glasgow.3 rewards, 3 remaining