Support Una Voce Scotland

You can support Una Voce Scotland financially by becoming a member or sending a donation. You can also support us by joining our Mailing List. Additionally, you can follow us on Facebook and Twitter and share our work.

Become a Member

By becoming a member of Una Voce Scotland, you are helping us to:

  • Promote and preserve the use of Latin, Gregorian chant and sacred polyphony in the Liturgy
  • Provide training for clergy, servers and liturgical musicians
  • Purchase resources such as missals, liturgical items and vestments
  • Financially support seminarians through their formation in traditional orders such as the Fraternitas Sacerdotalis Sancti Petri (F.S.S.P.) and the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest (ICRSS)

As a member, you will receive a quarterly newsletter. The intentions of all our members are remembered at our annual Requiem Mass and Annual General Meeting in November. We are currently looking into additional benefits for our Members.

Our membership fee is £25 for an individual or £35 for a married couple.

Online: Please fill in this form to send us your details. You can then send your membership fee by bank transfer or by post.

By post: Please print and fill in the Subscription Form. Completed forms and cheques/POs (made payable to Una Voce Scotland) can be sent to:

The Secretary,
Una Voce Scotland,
80 Wheatley Loan,
BISHOPBRIGGS
G64 1JE

Would you consider leaving us a gift in your will? If so, here is some information about leaving a legacy for Una Voce Scotland.

Donate to Una Voce Scotland

We are hoping to have an online donations system up and running soon. Until then, please fill in this form for information on sending us a one-off or regular bank transfer. Regular donations enable us to be better prepared for future plans.

Alternatively, you can send a cheque or postal order to:

The Secretary,
Una Voce Scotland,
80 Wheatley Loan,
BISHOPBRIGGS
G64 1JE

Una Voce Scotland keeps it simple.

We strive to make every penny of the donations we receive go towards the support of communities, seminarians and clergy. This is made possible by the generosity of our volunteers around the country, and by the simple approach we take to communicating with our members. This enables us to keep our running costs down, and your donations effective.