Support our work


Enjoyed one of our webinars? Or just think we do great work? Rural Housing Scotland is a charity supported by a number of short term funding streams. You can help us continue our work by making a donation.

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As well as supporting our work by becoming a member of Rural Housing Scotland, you can donate towards the general running costs of our organisation.  This helps us to continue to support communities and individuals to meet local housing need in rural Scotland, and advocate at all levels of government to tackle the rural housing crisis.

Optional donation levels are suggested here – please contact us if you would like to donate a different amount.  The current donation options are:

  • Day to day costs – for the price of a fancy coffee you can help us cover some of the day to day costs of the organisation such as postage, printing and stationery.*
  • VC costs– £10 will cover the costs of out video conferencing platform for one month, meaning we can continue to offer webinars and keep in regular contact with communities across Scotland.*
  • Web hosting fees – for £30 you can contribute to our web hosting fees so we can provide free information and advice on community led housing and tackling the rural housing crisis in Scotland*.
  • 1 day’s consultation – for £300 you can donate a day’s consultation for a community from our highly experienced team.  You are welcome to specify the community you would like to support.

*Donations made towards consultation fees for communities will be used solely for this purpose.  For other areas, if we receive a higher level of donations than is needed to cover the cost of a specific area, your money will be used to support the wider work of the organisation.

Rural Housing Scotland is a Scottish Charity No. SC031239 and a company limited by guarantee No. 216096.  Find out more on our Who We Are page.



Additional information


£4 – Office supplies, £10 – VC fees for 1 month, £30 – Web hosting fees, £300 – 1 Day consultation for a community