join the club
The Wildish Club is a non-profit organisation that needs your help to grow.
Join a passionate and creative community of like-minded individuals dedicated to exploration, learning, and making a difference.
As a member, you'll have the chance to help yourself and others, as all membership funds will be used to establish new Wildish Clubs nationwide, fostering a sense of community and ensuring that wherever you are, there will be an awesome group of people nearby.
As a founding Wildish Club member, you'll enjoy exclusive benefits including early event notifications, input into club expansion, access to a private social network, and exclusive content tailored specifically for members.
how to join
Step 1: Fill in the form below to make sure we know all the important things about you, and you know all the important stuff about what it means to be a Wildish Club member.
Step 2: You'll be redirected to Mighty Networks, where you'll go through another short sign-up process and choose your membership level. You will use Mighty Networks to sign up for events and meet other members.
You will be able to choose either:
Free Member - £0
Founding Member - £5 a month
Pay it Forward - £10 a month
Absolute Legend - £180 a year
Absolute Legend Monthly - £15 a month
our membership options
All funds are used to grow the Wildish Club. You can cancel anytime.
transparency is everything
We are a registered Community Interested Company, which means that we cannot take any profits out of the company. So any money we make goes back into growing the Wildish Club and helping people meet up and do interesting things together outside.
To be a little more specific. We use Wildish Club funds for the following:
Nell and Oz don't take a salary from the Wildish Club but we do pay the amazing Tor for her help in growing the club.
The Wildish Fund
We are creating a pot of money, to which Wildish Clubs around the country will be able to apply for small grants to help them do interesting things outside.
The boring stuff
Insurance is expensive, so are websites and all the other small things that are needed to run a club really add up.
All funds raised through memberships are used for the above. Nothing else.