There are a few days left to apply if you’re looking for financial help towards biodiversity and outdoor projects! Get your skates on! Established in 2015, the Postcode Local Trust provides grants to projects that are beneficial to local areas. It offers funding for outdoor projects related to play areas, green spaces, sustainable energy and
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Anyone looking for small grants towards their church conservation project? We’d particularly suggest checking this out if you’re taking part in the Faith Action for Nature project. Grab A Grant! As the blistering hot summer starts fading into a more recognisable Scottish pattern, now is the time to start thinking about preparing your local outdoor
Good Money Week is a campaign to show you there are sustainable and ethical options when it comes to your bank, pension, savings and investments. At this year’s Good Money Week conference on we will provide you with an opportunity to consider how your faith, values and finances interact. Learn how the UN Sustainable Development
From the 1st of September to the Feast of St Francis on 4th October churches around the world will be marking Creation Time. This is a time to “be dedicated to prayer for the protection of Creation and the promotion of sustainable lifestyles that reverse our contribution to climate change”. (3rd European Ecumenical Assembly in
Could you be the one to bring about the future and vision of Eco-Congregation Scotland? We are looking for a new Charity Manager to take on the exciting opportunity to manage Scotlands’ leading faith-led environmental charity and help us support churches to care for God’s creation. Eco-Congregation Scotland is looking for a charity manager who will
Plastic Free July is well under way already, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still take part. This is good opportunity ti take stock of your plastic consumption and learn what plastics you can live without. Why not take a look here?
Spring is finally here and with it come the brand new resources from the Faith Action for Nature project. The project is open to any congregation who wants to take part and thus anyone can download the resources for free. Click the link to the Spring Pack If you haven’t come across this project before,