There are lots of ways to get involved in our work and our community in Scotland, including opportunities to volunteer, join our board, or become a member.
Become a member
Your membership will help to fund our campaign work to make Scotland a more secular, rational, and socially just country, and to ensure everyone in Scotland has access to humanist ceremonies to mark important life events.
Young Humanists Scotland
Join Young Humanists Scotland and join other young Scots in supporting Humanist Society Scotland’s work.
Support our campaign work, make a donation today
Our campaign work is funded by the generous support of our members and supporters. Support our campaign work and help to create a fairer Scotland and world.
Wednesday 10th January
7:00pm – 8:00pm
Assisted dying: Scotland’s next liberal reform?
Hosted by Dundee Humanists, with guest speaker Liam McArthur MSP. Join us for a conversation on Assisted Dying.
Thursday 18th January
7:30pm – 8:30pm
Book group meeting: ‘Fingers in the Sparkle Jar’ by Chris Packam
The memoir that inspired Chris Packham’s BBC documentary, Asperger’s and Me. Join the conversation. New members are always welcome! We don’t charge for participation, but you do need to register in advance.
Sign up to our newsletter
Sign up to our newsletter and receive regular updates on all our news, campaigns, and events.
Join a local group
Our local groups are a great way to meet other humanists in your area, share ideas, listen to fascinating talks and take part in great discussions afterward, and socialise in a fun and friendly environment
Are you a humanist?
Take our quiz and find out
Volunteer with us
We’re always interested in working people who want to use their skills and experience to support humanism in Scotland. If you would like to volunteer with us please see the volunteer vacancies listed. If there are no vacancies listed, please sign up for volunteer updates to hear about future opportunities.
We hold an Investing in Volunteers accreditation and strive to ensure that we create rewarding and supportive volunteer opportunities. We do not have the resources to reply to people seeking volunteer opportunities that are not listed.
Join our board
Our trustees are a vital part of our charity and help to set the strategy and direction of our work, and ensure that we work within charity guidelines and maintain good governance and working practices across all that we do. If you are a member of Humanist Society Scotland and you are interested in joining our Board of Trustees, please register your interest.
Leave a lasting legacy
Help to secure an ethical future for Scotland and the world by remembering us in your will.