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If you wish, you can subscribe online, using TotalGiving.


  1. Click the link here to access the Stripe Payment Service for SCMA.
  3. Select the amount you wish to pay as your annual subscription (currently a minimum of £10.00 in UK only). If you wish to subscribe from outside the UK, we suggest you pay a minimum of £30 per annum to cover increased postage costs.
  4. Make payment using your Credit or Debit card. 
  5. That's it - we'll send you a membership card and recent newsletters.


If you are already a member, you can renew your subscription by clicking this link:


How to become a member


The SCMA gets most of its funding from the support of members. Our minimum annual fee is £10.00, but we are pleased to say that many of our members contribute more than this.

If you woul like to become a member, then either select to join by post, or else online, by selecting your preferred method below.

Subscribe by Post


Please click the link here to obtain a membership application form.

Print this off, complete the details, and post it to the Honorary Secretary at the address below.

If you are a British taxpayer, please complete the Gift Aid section, as this allows us to claim the tax back from the government.


Send completed forms and cheques to:

Dane Love Esq

Lochnoran House



KA18 3JW




The European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) came into force in the UK on 25 May 2018. This requires the Association to demonstrate it has an appropriate legal basis for holding and processing any personal data. To comply with the new GDPR legislative requirements the Association operates under section 6(l)(f) where our capture and use of personal data is considered necessary for the purposes of legitimate interests pursued by the controller (the Association) or a third party, except where such interests are overridden by the interests, rights or freedoms of the data subject.

In short, this will include holding and processing personal data for the purposes of servicing you as a member of the Scottish Covenanter Memorials Association and continuing the range of activity that we currently conduct as an independent heritage charity in Scotland, including any projects that we may run. We will contact you in advance to ensure we have consent for uses that we consider might be tangential to this aim. If you wish us to remove your data please don’t hesitate to contact the office and we will advise you of the procedure, ramifications and what we are able to do legally.