Open Rights Group is funded directly by people who care about digital rights.

Become a Member

Joining by Direct Debit is the best way to become an ORG member. The paperwork and processing costs are cheaper, meaning more of your hard-earned cash can go towards campaigning for digital rights.

Did you join as a student or unwaged member and now have full time employment? Or maybe you have a little bit of extra cash you'd like to see put to good use? If so please consider upgrading your membership.
You can also set up a PayPal subscription membership. PayPal often causes cancellations when your card expires so please use Direct Debit if you can. You will not receive the t-shirt or physical pack if you join via PayPal.

Make a Donation

We accept one-off and recurring donations via PayPal.

We also accept donations by cheque, made payable to Open Rights Group, to our postal address:
Open Rights Group, Unit 7, Tileyard Acorn Studios, 103-105, Blundell Street, London, N7 9BN

Other Ways to Give to ORG

Become a corporate member
ORG offers corporate membership to organisations that, like us, care about protecting digital rights and keeping the Internet open and free. Join here

We're also always looking for organisations to sponsor our events. Get in touch with us if you're interested.

Why is ORG not a registered charity?

Unlike some similar organisations, ORG is not structured as a charity. Unfortunately, this means we cannot use Gift Aid to reclaim tax on donations. ORG’s activities do not comfortably fall within the scope of any of the defined purposes that a group must operate for in order to be considered a charity under UK law.

Charities are also subject to restrictions on the amount of time they may spend focusing on political activity, and particularly strict restrictions on political activity during general election periods.