Development Fund

Thank you for considering donating to our Development Fund. We recently launched this Fund to help us meet the many challenges facing Fair Trade and to take Scotland as a Fair Trade Nation to the next level. 

While it is important to stop and recognise our past successes, we at the Forum are always ambitious to do more. Currently, we are looking at several ways of growing and developing the Fair Trade movement in Scotland but we must build our own capacity to do so. 

We are asking individuals who can afford to do so to consider donating to the Development Fund either as a one-off donation or through a regular monthly donation.

In addition, if Fair Trade groups have funds raised from events that you wish to donate to support Fair Trade, we hope that you would consider contributing to the Development Fund.

There are many challenges facing Fair Trade but we have faced many challenges in the past. With determination, commitment and a belief in what can be achieved, we can meet those challenges and together take Fair Trade to the next level. 

Thank you for your interest in supporting us. Please follow the links below if you wish to donate to the Development Fund, and don't hesitate to get in touch if you wish to discuss your donation with a member of Forum staff.

Donate Online

Online donations can be made on our Facebook page: Facebook Donate 

Bank Transfer or Standing Order

If you would like to send us funds by bank transfer (BACs) or to set up a regular donation (standing order), here are our bank details: 

Account Name: The Scottish Fair Trade Forum 

Account Number: 65299364

Sort Code: 08-92-99

Please reference your transaction with "donation" or "development fund." You may also wish to email us (info@sftf.org.uk) to let us know that you have donated. 

Send a Cheque

Cheques can be made out to Scottish Fair Trade Forum and posted to our office:

Scottish Fair Trade Forum

Robertson House

152 Bath Street

Glasgow

G2 4TB

 

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we currently do not have access to our office but if you wish to send a cheque, please contact us and we will provide you with an alternative postal address.