As a grassroots organisation Transition relies heavily on funding support to carry out its projects. As a result we are extremely greatful to the following organisations for their contributions to our work.
Initiated by Students and Staff from the University our work aligns with the zero carbon and zero waste goals of University whilst enabling collaboration across the community.
Skillshare, Toolshare, FoodNetwork and the Kernel have been funded from 2018-2020 under the project title of Community Share for Climate Care. Administered by Keep Scotland Beautiful
Our work aims to reduce single car use through enabling and promoting walking, cycling and public transport. Administered by Paths for All
We have undertaken work on the Crail to St Andrews shared path and also Go E-Bike scheme with support of Sestrans.
Our travel work incorporates many themes supported by Cycling Scotland including infrastructure such as bike shelters, training and hiring a Campus Cycling Officer. The University is a Cycle Friendly Campus
The development of the Crail to St Andrews Shared Path is supported by funding and guidance from Sustrans – the national cycle and walking network charity
We have also been funded by a number of smaller trust and charities inlduing
- Foundation Scotland and the East Neuk Trust – Crail to St Andrews Shared Path
- St Andrews Community Trust – Solar Panels at the Kernel
- East Neuk of Fife Round Table
- Cycling UK
- Links Trust