10 ways to support Red Pepper

Whether you've been subscribed to Red Pepper for the last 20 years or have just found us, here are some simple ways you can help boost our impact.

November 19, 2015 · 3 min read

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It’s not easy for independent radical media today, but in austerity Britain we know that alternative voices are needed now more than ever. As a volunteer-led organisation we rely on your support and we can do so much more with your help.

1. Subscribe
Take a look at our new ‘pay what your feel’ subscription offer.

2. Join us on Facebook and Twitter
If social media is your thing.

3. Give a gift subscription
Red Pepper is the perfect gift for anyone who thinks and cares about economic, social and environmental justice. There’s a free book included at Christmas!

4. Share our email newsletter
Sign up for Pepperista, a free fortnightly email newsletter with the latest articles, offers and events.

5. Join The Phone Co-op
Get £20 credit when you join The Phone Co-op and they will donate to Red Pepper every month starting when you join.

6. Affiliate your trade union
We’ve been working closely with trade unions for the last 18 years. Affiliate your branch or region in solidarity and we could support your events and share our resources. Download an affiliation form to find out more.

7. Switch to Good Energy
Quote Red Pepper to get £25 off your bill with this award winning ethical energy provider and they’ll make a donation to us on your behalf.

8. Remember us in your Will
Support subversive activity beyond your years! Include our company name in your Will; Socialist Newspaper (Publications) Ltd. (Reg no. 02644973) and we promise to continue pushing for freedom, equality and meaningful democracy.

9. Start a readers’ group
If you enjoy getting people together to discuss articles and themes explored in the magazines then let us know and we can help put you in touch with other readers in your area. Email office@redpepper.org.uk

10. Share magazines at events
We can send you sample magazines to share at an event, just email jenny@redpepper.org.uk



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