Who Should Become A Member?
Those with the surname Munro, Monro, Munroe, Monroe, and the septs Dingwall, Foulis, Fowlis, MacCulloch, MacLullich, MacCullish, MacAdie, Keddie, MacKeddie, Kiddie, MacEddie, Vass, Wass, are all especially eligible for membership of the Clan Munro (Association), and those who by birth, marriage, or real interest in our history and traditions are all welcome.
What are the benefits of membership?
- Help contribute the the aims of the Association both here and in Scotland
- Access to the the Australian & New Zealand Association Newsletter and archived newsletters
- Reciprocal membership of Clan Munro (Association) Scotland
- Membership is an easy way to share your Clan information and seek information from other members on Genealogy and tracing ancestors
- Get updated on upcoming Scottish and Celtic Gatherings, Games and Festivals in your state and country
- Membership and volunteer support keeps membership fees and operating costs low
- Enhance your enjoyment of your ancestral links and build your sense of place in history and the Clan
Please note that the Association is a non profit community organisation supported by willing volunteers who donate their time and occasionally their funds. We still have, however, annual essential costs that are met by donations and membership fees. Membership fees are kept to a minimum but of course some funds are needed to cover legal costs, communication, ongoing website domain, hosting and software costs, office bits and all those small but important things essential to keep the Association legally compliant and accountable in achieving ethical high standards.
Join the Association Today!
If you have an existing account and would like to set up a second account for a Junior or Spouse at the reduced price of $8 per year for a One Year Membership or $20 for a Three Year Membership, Please email email@example.com to arrange the discount code prior to setting up or renewing a second account.