Please send us your 'Yes'

Yes Scotland is a grassroots campaign and we rely on the enthusiasm, commitment and creativity of our supporters. And now we want your ideas on how to celebrate our positive message.

Yes Scotland is a grassroots campaign and we rely on the enthusiasm, commitment and creativity of our supporters. And now we want your ideas on how to celebrate our positive message.

We’re asking our supporters to turn the word “Yes” into an interesting image and email it to us at info@yesscotland.net. We’ll choose ones to use on our website, social media and elsewhere to spread our core message:

Being independent will mean the people who care most about Scotland – the people who live in Scotland – will be taking the decisions about our future.

We’ve already been impressed by the creativity of our supporters, who have turned the word “Yes” into:

  • cakes
  • cutouts
  • pictures
  • and even piles of leaves

Please send images to info@yesscotland.net. And please only send us images you have taken and are happy for us to use.

Meanwhile, if you have questions about an independent Scotland why not read our Questions section?

And if you want to help our campaign, you can:

  • Make a donation. Yes Scotland is a grassroots campaign and relies on donations from supporters to help fund our activities.
  • Sign the Yes Declaration. This is important as it helps demonstrate how many people want our country to make its own decisions.
  • Sign up to be a volunteer. The independence referendum may be two years away but there are lots of things we need to do now.
  • Talk to people. The most important thing you can do right now is to persuade one other person to say "Yes".  

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