Our Funders

Subscriptions from LINK member organisations are the single biggest source of LINK’s funding.

Subscriptions from Organisational Supporters also help fund core activities.

Grants from NatureScot and the Scottish Government provide core funding to support LINK to act as an intermediary body that co-ordinates, supports and strengthens the voice of the citizen-led environment NGO sector through provision of a forum that shares information, discusses issues affecting the environment and works together where possible to advocate for a sustainable Scotland.

We are grateful to the William Grant Foundation for its support of core costs. We are grateful to the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation for an unrestricted grant over 3 years, supporting the environment sector in Scotland in securing best outcomes for wildlife, countryside, farming, climate change and sustainability, and to the Craignish Trust.


LINK Projects

LINK’s Save Scottish Seas project is grateful to the John Ellerman Foundation for support to 2020, and to the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation for support to 2016.  For more information see our Marine page. The project is currently supported by grants from the Marine Conservation Society, WWF Scotland and the Tay Charitable Trust.

LINK’s Economics project – A Circular Economy for a Fairer Footprint is grateful to the Friends Provident Foundation which awarded 3 years of funding in 2018 to support a part time Sustainable Economics Policy Officer. For more details see our Economics page.

Environmental Rights Centre for Scotland – LINK is grateful to the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust for seed funding for 3 years to establish the establishment of this new organisation.  For more details see our Legal Strategy page.

Donations are always very welcome, if you wish to do so these can be sent via cheque to Scottish Environment LINK,13 Marshall Place, Perth PH2 8AH, or please contact us if you wish to make a donation electronically.

For full details please see the latest annual report and accounts.

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