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Sponsorship

We are a not for profit charity which relies on sponsorships and donations to allow us to work towards our goal of connecting trees to people by planting, growing, caring and speaking for the trees o in the Stirling Council area.

 

We seeking other sponsors (businesses or individuals) that would like to be associated with our work. TreeLink can offer the following opportunities:

Website Sponsorship

Tree Nursery Sponsorship

Members E-Bulletin Sponsorship

Event Sponsorship

If you would like to discuss any of these opportunities or support TreeLink in any other way, please email treelinkstirling@outlook.com

Our Sponsors

Vivisol Home Services is the sole sponsor of TreeLink Stirling's "Free Trees for Babies" scheme. The company has supported the project which has seen around 100 families in the Stirling area receive a tree to commemorate the birth of a child, a grandchild or the passing of a child. 

Our Funders

We have been delighted to be recipients of grants which have allowed us to continue our work.

TreeLink is happy to acknowledge a grant from the Artemis Charitable Foundation. The foundation supports ‘core’ charities in the UK and internationally in the areas of health, poverty, education and the environment and also makes donations to global disasters and emergencies when they occur.

TCV helped TreeLink to purchase tools and equipment to help with our woodland management projects. These included hammers, saws and protective clothing.  

TreeLink's Magic Little Grant was used in support of our tree nursery. Thanks to the grant we were able to secure our site by fencing an area prone to depredation by rabbits. 

Stirling Council has supported TreeLink in many of it's wider aims and has been a valuable partner in specific areas. We are also  grateful for support from the Council's Community fund to help us with our goal to increase biodiversity in the area

TreeLink is grateful for the support it received from Waitrose Community Matters. The funds were used to increase canopy cover in the Stirling area.

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