Refer a rep this November for a chance to win £500 of shopping vouchers!

Following on from a hugely successful Grovember, last year, which saw UNISON not only become the biggest union, but significantly grow our membership, when other unions are shrinking, November 2019 will see the entire union coming together to Go for Growth.

As the lifeblood of our union, our activists are best placed to help us find the reps of the future and ensure UNISON remains the biggest and the best union. And we’d like to reward you for your efforts to recruit more activists, with a prize draw running throughout November!

If you refer a potential rep during November, you will be entered into a prize draw and be in with a chance of winning yourself some shopping vouchers with a total value of £875!

1st Prize – £500 shopping voucher

2nd Prize – £250 shopping voucher

3rd prize – £125 shopping voucher

Enter here

The vouchers are valid at most high street stores, and many restaurants, hotels and leisure outlets. There’s no limit to how many times you can enter, so the more potential reps you refer, the greater your chances of winning!

In addition, there will be a branch prize available for the branch recruiting the most activists during November, of two free places at the annual Regional Strategy Weekend.

Check out these tips for recruiting members and activists

Do you have members who want to get involved, but not sure what role they are interested in? Why not send them this quiz for a bit of fun?

Try our quiz

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