Last updated:16th August 2016


Membership of NASS can go a long way towards improving your health and your life

You'll benefit from up-to-date information on everything AS-related, ensuring you have all the support you need to manage your condition.

Whether you are diagnosed, seeking a diagnosis, supporting a friend or a relative, or trying to find out more about ankylosing spondylitis, NASS is here to support you. Join NASS today and get your exclusive membership benefits including:

  • Our twice year magazine AS News and our annual fundraising newsletter, NASS Active

  • Tailor-made NASS membership pack; including official NASS guidebooks, personalised members card, exclusive membership pen and much more...

  • Exclusive access to the NASS Members' Forum

  • Free entry for you and one guest to our action-packed Members' Day event

  • Receive exclusive guides on claiming benefits such as PIP and ESA

  • Enter raffles with a chance to win fantastic cash prizes of up to £1,500

How to become a member


Choose to make a single or direct debit payment


Enter your personal and payment details into our online form


Receive your Membership package in the post and start enjoying the benefits

Get started

Make a single payment

Single payment

Pay by direct debit

Regular payment

Prefer to join by phone or post?

Call us on 020 8741 1515 and pay by credit or debit card or download our printable application form and send with your cheque or postal order to:

NASS, 4 Albion Court, Galena Road, Hammersmith, W6 0QT

Membership Prices

Standard UK Membership

By cheque/credit or debit card/postal order - £20 
By Direct Debit - £18

International Membership

By credit or debit card - £25

Lifetime Membership 

By cheque/credit or debit card/postal order - £250

Under-25 & Concession Membership - Please contact Matthew by email or call NASS 020 8741 1515

The concessionary rate applies to anyone who is on means tested benefits in the UK as well as those in full time education. The concessionary rate also applies to those only in receipt of UK state pensions and receive no other private pension.