Organic Growers of Fairlie - Donations
Donations

FAQ

Would you like to donate? 
 
The Organic Growers of Fairlie are leading the way in showing that communities can  live sustainable lifestyles?
 
Our 'Waste-to-Food' model is demonstrating solutions to the most pressing issues of our time, and our hope is that this becomes the template for every community.
 
We have achieved fantastic progress with the support of the local community and our sponsors.
 
To allow us to continue leading the way with this exciting project, we are looking for support through funding, financial donations and donations of materials.
 
Can you donate money or materials to our project?
 
Donations will allow us to further our aim in creating this legacy for our village i.e. a sustainable garden. This garden will not only be used by the villagers as a working / productive garden, but will also be used to demonstrate / train others in the methods used to allow them to create their own gardens.
 
  Official Opening of Garden by Michael Russell MSP (Minister for the Environment) with North Ayrshire Provost Bobby Rae (wearing grey beard) and Kenneth Gibson MSP (Member for Cunninghame North) holding ribbon

  Official Opening of Garden by Michael Russell MSP (Minister for the Environment) with North Ayrshire Provost Bobby Rae (wearing grey beard) and Kenneth Gibson MSP (Member for Cunninghame North) holding ribbon

Our aim is to have similar community gardens all over the country. The Scottish Government have made it a top priority to create a Sustainable Scotland.....the Organic Growers of Fairlie are leading the way!

We actively promote our garden project and Project Partners and Sponsors are likewise promoted and acknowledged  (see our Project Partners and Sponsors pages).

All financial donations are gratefully received no matter how large or small, and whether a single donation or a commitment to regular donations it all helps toward the ever increasing costs of our work.

If you would like to make a donation to the group (financial, material or time/labour -all are most acceptable!) please contact us via the Contact Us section of the web page.
 

Organic Growers of Fairlie - Donations
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