SPONSOR MEMBERSHIP £5,000 + VAT

Sponsor Membership is ideal for organisations who wish to place themselves at the forefront of independent regeneration and social inclusion debate in Scotland. By becoming a sponsor member of SURF, organisations demonstrate their commitment to holistic, community-based regeneration. We are committed to working closely with our sponsor members to develop events and initiatives which affect the most disadvantaged communities in Scotland.

In addition to all the standard benefits of becoming a member of SURF, Sponsor Members receive recognition in all SURF literature and communications. Sponsor Members are also promoted as key supporters of our Annual Lecture, Conference and Best Practice Awards.

As a Sponsor Member you can nominate up to 50 key contacts within your organisation to receive SURF information and reports, and receive three free places at our Annual Conference, and three free places at our SURF Awards Presentation Dinner.

ORGANISATION MEMBERSHIP £50 + VAT
SMALL CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP £50 + VAT

In addition to receiving all the standard benefits of becoming a member of SURF, Organisation Membership entitles member organisations to nominate up to 10 key contacts to receive SURF information and reports.

COMMUNITY GROUP MEMBERSHIP £20 + VAT

Community organisations are eligible to join SURF and receive the above organisation member benefits for a lower membership rate.

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP £20 + VAT

Individual Membership is open to any person with an interest in regeneration who may not have access to corporate membership, including Students, Retired Practitioners or Individuals working in other fields.

Please note individual membership must be registered to a home address.

Aberdeen City Council
Capital City Partnership
Clyde Gateway
Creative Scotland
Dundee Partnership
Edinburgh City Council
Glasgow City Council
Glasgow Housing Association
Highlands and Islands Enterprise
Jobs and Business Glasgow
SA
Scottish Federation of Housing Associations
Scottish Government
Skills Development Scotland