What You Can Do
If you're reading this, it probably means you want to help us in our fight to save the NHS, create a fairer economy, and reshape British politics. We've done our best to create a helpful guide to the actions you can take to help our campaign.
Join us and follow us
If you haven't yet, please join our party! Signing up as a supporter is free, and full membership starts at less than £2 per month. You can also make a donation and sign up to the mailing list separately.
Take action with us
As well as party news and press releases, we regularly publish campaigns asking for you to take action with us. We also publish a monthly newsletter with details of our latest campaigns and action. Look out for these for details on how you can help us campaign.
Write to your paper and your representatives
Tell others your feelings on social media, and help us out by sharing a post or tweet. Write to your local paper about the issues you think are important, and let us know if you get published! Check on your MP's voting record with TheyWorkForYou and email them in a spare five minutes using WriteToThem.com.
Stand for us in an election
Standing in elections is a vital part of the National Health Action Party's campaign for a healthy NHS and a new form of politics. We take elections seriously and we are careful to support the right candidate in the right seat at the right time. You can find out more here: How to stand in an election for the NHA Party.
Support our candidates
Despite being a small party, we secured an amazing 12,093 votes against Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt at the 2017 General Election. We couldn't have managed this without your support on the ground. Every bit of campaigning we do raises awareness of important issues, and this is doubly true during election time. Be sure to check our website and social media regularly for updates on where we're standing candidates. And don't forget to register to vote!
Support our allied organisations
You may also wish to reach out to local health campaigning organisations and local progressive alliances. You can find links to some of our allied organisations below. Remember that we are stronger together!