To make the ideas expressed in this blog happen I am constantly looking for funding and in kind support from organisations, business and individuals. I welcome any suggestions on possible sources of funding and help with fund raising.
Donations can be made easily through PayPal – from your PayPal account – click on send money, fill in
Click on “paying for goods & services” fill in the delivery address for your reward to be delivered to then click send .Thank You. Please get in touch if you have any difficulties.
Rewards for donations from individuals are available : please specify whether you would like a keyring or a ‘Guide to Beach Litter in your PayPal message. Supporting businesses & organisations will be fully acknowledged in press coverage and on the blog. Below is a history of the Littoral Art sponsorship
2015 – ‘Guide to Beach Litter’ – Crowd Funding Appeal
The appeal succeeded in attracting £1,100 in pledged donations and In Kind sponsorship from the Field Study Centre at Millport, Cumbrae, where I will collaborate with Marine Biologist Dr Phillip Cowie to complete the hazard details of each litter item
Shetland Littoral Art Project 2015-16
In kind support has been promised from the Shetland Amenity Trust
Littoral Art Project 2015-16
I am looking for funding to back a tour a Littoral Art Project Exhibition to five coastal locations around Scotland over the next two years.
2014 – ‘Future Fossil Collection’ – Crowd Funding Appeal
The appeal raised £1,000 towards the costs of exhibiting the Future Fossil Collection and a beach litter investigation installation at Ullapool Museum which ran May – October and included an investigation workshop for the local schools and a Littoral Art Project Presentation evening talk.
2013-14 Research & Development
This initial phase of the project was funded by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland and donations from individuals through crowd funding, with business support from Reiver Consultancy and in kind support from Out there Camper Vans
Support in Kind was given by Dr Cowie at the Marine Biological Station Millport who has donated time in tutoring me in marine biological methods, the Marine Conservation Society in Scotland has through their beach watch scheme enabled me to learn beach surveying techniques and Keep Scotland Beautiful and the Scottish Wildlife Trust have provided me with information and contacts.