Join the Trust
Membership of Raith Supporters Trust costs £5 per year. If your business or organisation would like to become a member then call our answering service on 0870 432 1987 and leave your name and address. We’ll give you a call as soon as we can.
Click here to join online.
If you prefer not pay online, print off a copy of our application form and either post it to us at the address shown below, or hand it in along with your membership fee on any match day at the Trust Information Centre in the South Stand. Members of the Trust Board are there before kick-off and at half-time each week, and will be pleased to answer any questions while you are there.
Donate to the Trust
The Trust membership fee covers the essential functions of the organisation such as auditing the accounts and communicating with members.
As a voluntary organisation we ensure that costs are kept very low so that any money we have can be used to further the aims of the trust. Therefore any donations to the trust will be well used and help us to benefit the supporters, the community and the football club.
Click the button below to make a secure donation via PayPal using your credit or debit card, or bring a cheque along with you on match day. If you would like to make a regular donation, print off the standing order form and ask your bank to set this up for you.
Leave a Legacy
Legacy gifts can help the Trust continue to deliver on its objectives long after you are around. Our vision is for Raith Rovers to be a permanent fixture in our community, and by making a provision in your Will you can play your part in this.
As with any other donation from members, all legacies are carefully used to further these long-term objectives, by increasing the Trust’s shareholding in the football club, by furthering the club’s presence in and positive impact on the community, and by helping to ensure the greatest possible level of supporter representation in the club’s direction.
If you would like to leave a legacy to the Trust, start thinking about what you have – your estate and assets – and who you’d like to be your executor. Choose who you will remember in your Will, including family, friends and the causes you care about. Finally, decide who will write your Will – we recommend using a solicitor to make sure everything is legal and valid.