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There are a variety of ways that you can support the work of Camhill communities in Scotland.
The best way to donate to the work of Camphill in Scotland is to make a donation directly to the community of your choice. All communities in Scotland are independent charities, and are grateful to the friends and donors who help them to enhance the support that they provide.
You can find details of the 11 communities in Scotland on the Scottish communities page.
Camphill Foundation UK & Ireland is a registered charity, founded in 1984, which receives and channels donations and legacies into projects benefiting Camphill communities in the UK and Ireland. These projects enhance the lives of all those in the communities, especially vulnerable children, young people and adults with learning disabilities.
Assistance is given to capital projects such as the building of new accommodation, developing new workshops and other facilities, agricultural and horticultural activities, provision of new equipment and educational, training, cultural and social initiatives.
All Scottish communities are eligible to make an application for support to the Camphill Foundation.
You can find out more on the Camphill Foundation website.
As the membership body for Camphill communities in Scotland, we encourage potential donors to consider donating to an individual community wherever possible. If you can't chose, however, and would like to support the work of all Camphill communities in Scotland, then making a donation to Camphill Scotland could be a way to do that.
Camphill Scotland trustees (who come from the 11 Scottish Camphill communities) decide how best to use any donations received for the benefit of the Camphill communities in Scotland. If you would be interested in making a one-off or regular donation to Camphill Scotland, please contact us.
Are you a foundation or business which provides grant funding to
charities? Camphill Scotland works with communities in
Scotland to help them to make joint bids to funders they would not
be able to approach as individuals communities. Please contact us to find out