There are many ways to support our work here at Forth Environment Link; as an individual as well as on an organisational level, by volunteering, donating, fundraising, partnering or working with us.
If you are interested in getting more involved with our work, you could join the FEL family of volunteers. Please visit our volunteer page for more information.
If you are from a business, another third sector or community organisation and want to support us, we would be happy to explore ideas.
Third Sector and Community Organisations - As an organisation, you may share similar objectives around climate change and want to develop ideas for mutual partnership working.
The majority of our work is done in partnership and we always welcome new ideas and discussions about how we can work more collaboratively. Please contact Julie Ryan our Partnership co-ordinator email@example.com
Private Sector - FEL works with businesses from the private sector helping to deliver employee enagement on climate action, such as promoting and supporting the workforce to communte by foot or by bike. We also collaborate with small scale food producers to support our local food system and encourage businesses to get involved in cmapiagns to promote lowere carbon lifestlyes, If you have any ideas or would like us to work with you please get in touch.
Public and Health Sector - FEL works with Local Authorities and Health Boards on Climate Action, health and community work, co-developing local food strategies, developing community active travel plans and activities to improve health such as walking and cycling.
If you would like to find out more about our existing collaborative projects or have an idea and would like to to explore how we may be able to work together, please get in touch with one of our Development Managers :-
FORTH VALLEY FOR NET ZERO, JOIN THE CAMPAIGN FOR #NETZERO BY 2045
As the world marked #EarthOvershootDay a new campaign was launched in our region, Forth Valley for Net Zero, to show the actions Forth Valley businesses and communities can take to tackle the #ClimateEmergency and achieve #NetZero by 2045.
CHARITY HELPS LAUNCH CAMPAIGN TO TACKLE CLIMATE EMERGENCY
Charity Forth Environment Link and pupils from Bantaskin Primary, Falkirk helped launch a major TV, radio and digital campaign to encourage people across Scotland to come together to tackle the climate emergency on 3rd June.