You can help raise funds for the Trust in all sorts of ways, from taking part in a sponsored run to hosting a dinner party, selling unwanted items on eBay to recycling used ink cartridges.

Whatever amount you raise – large or small – it will go straight into helping protect and conserve Scotland’s wildlife for the future. Thank you for your support!

Looking for more information?

If you’re thinking of raising funds for the Scottish Wildlife Trust and need more information, please contact us at 


If you are taking part in a sponsored challenge or are holding your own event to raise money for the Trust, please let us know.

We can help you set up a fundraising page on JustGiving and give you hints and tips to help with your fundraising.

Previous Fundraisers Have...

…taken part in a Triathlon


…wild camped for a year in Scotland

Wild camping © Cerys Trayner
Wild camping © Cerys Trayner

…run their first half marathon

Ryan Gavan © Scottish Wildlife Trust

Why not join us for the Kiltwalk?

Why not sign up for one of the events in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen or Dundee and raise funds for Scotland’s wildlife!

Find our more at The Kiltwalk or contact us for more information at

Facebook Donate

You can now organise a fundraiser on Facebook and support the Trust for your birthday, anniversary or other special occasion, or just because you want to help Scotland’s wildlife!

Every penny donated through Facebook comes directly to us so it’s a fantastic way to support us.

eBay for Charity

Support the Trust by selling your unwanted items through eBay for Charity

Go shopping

From buying your weekly shopping to booking a family holiday, by signing up to EasyFundraising you can support the Trust at no extra cost to you.

Buy your bird food from Vine House Farm

Everyone loves seeing birds in their garden and putting out food for them is a great way to give them an extra boost. Buying wild bird food from Vine House Farm will not only benefit the birds in your garden, it will also benefit the wider wildlife of Scotland. Vine House Farm give £10 to the Scottish Wildlife Trust the first time you make a purchase, followed by 4% of further purchases.

Change your search engine

Do you know what the collective noun for a group of puffins is?

Change your search engine to and while you find out the answer you can also support the Scottish Wildlife Trust!

Recycle used ink cartridges

Recycle your used ink cartridges through Recycle4Charity and you can turn them into a donation to the Scottish Wildlife Trust.

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