Ways to donate

Join our Network of Friends

Make a donation online

Make a donation by post

Give a bursary

Donate to one of our projects

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Make a donation online

You can make a donation from your debit or credit card online by clicking on the donate now button to the right. This will take you to an online electronic donations form, where you will have the option to select how you’d like your donation to be used, and also to select if you’d like to make a one-off single donation or a regular on-going donation. You can read how the generous support of our donors has been helping the work of the Findhorn Foundation by visiting our donations news page.

Make a donation by post

You can make a donation by post by printing out a printable donations form. On the form you will have the option to select how you’d like your donation to be used, and also to select if you’d like to make a one-off single donation or a regular on-going donation by direct debit/standing order.

Setting up a regular donation to the Findhorn Foundation by direct debit/standing order helps us to cut down administration costs and assures long-term funding to help create a positive and sustainable future. Setting up a regular gift is simple and secure. Each payment will be recorded on your bank statement as ‘The Findhorn Foundation’ and you are free to cancel at any time. For any enquiries regarding setting up a direct debit to the Findhorn Foundation, please call us on 01309 690808 or email. You can read how the generous support of our donors has been helping the work of the Findhorn Foundation by visiting our donations news page.

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Give a bursary

We receive applications from all over the world, including from those who would love to come and learn from the work of Findhorn, but who are unable to raise the funds themselves to come. Your support could help someone, whether disadvantaged youth or emerging community leaders from developing nations, to take part in our programmes and through direct experience learn new models of leadership, diversity and sustainability that they can take back to their community.

In 2011/12 the Findhorn Foundation was able to support 222 people with £33,908 of bursaries, allowing low wage earners, students and people from developing countries to take advantage of the life affirming holistic learning programmes we have to offer.

By contributing to our Bursary Fund you will enable many individuals to participate in our Essential Findhorn programmes, workshops and events who would otherwise be unable to take advantage of the life affirming programmes that we offer.

You can make a donation to the bursary fund by selecting that option on either the online donations form by clicking on the donate now button above on the right, or the printable donations form.

Donate to one of our projects

Our primary focus remains our guest accommodation. Following on from the newly-built, fully-accessible accommodation space in The Park, we are turning our attention to our beloved Cluny Hill and our retreat house Traigh Bhan on Iona.

At the same time we are reviewing our governance and decision making through the tools of Sociocracy, and we are seeking funding for delivery of six months of exploration, training and implementation.

If you would prefer to offer a donation to our General Donations Fund or Bursary Fund, you can select those options on the donation form as well.

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