LINK welcomes enquiries from any type of organisation who wants to be part of the solution to today’s nature and climate emergencies, supporting our work to help make Scotland’s environment connected, restored and resilient.
Organisational Supporters may include public bodies, charities that are not ‘citizen-led’, academic organisations, trades organisations and businesses.
Working with LINK, Scotland’s only network for environment charities, brings numerous benefits to your organisation:
Become part of the solution to the nature and climate emergencies by working directly with those positioned at the forefront of the environment sector;
Enhance and differentiate your brand within the marketplace, both with customers and internal stakeholders, through demonstrable commitment to environmental leadership;
Bridge the knowledge gap in environmental matters by working directly with a network of experts, running a broad range of environmental and biodiversity programmes.
Membership of LINK also brings the following specific benefits:
Find out more about the benefits of becoming an Organisational Supporter of LINK.
We welcome organisations whose aims are broadly compatible with LINK’s. For more information on LINK’s charitable objects, please see About Us
To apply, please complete the application form here.
The annual cost for Organisational Supporters is currently banded as follows:
Income less than £100,000 per annum: £100
Income less than £250,000 per annum: £250
Income between £250,000 – £500,000 pa: £500
Income between £500,000 – £1 million pa: £1,000
Income less than £10 million pa: £2,000
Income over £10 million pa: £4,000
These rates are reviewed annually.
This affiliation is only for organisations who are ineligible for membership of LINK. If you are unsure about this, please see our guidance on becoming a member or contact us for more information. Organisations that are otherwise eligible except that they are local as opposed to national in focus, may apply to be an Organisational Supporter.
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