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Friends

These are some of the sponsors and supporters Edinburgh Tool Library has had the pleasure of working with in recent months.

  • Build to Grow

    Committed to giving homeless people an opportunity to build themselves a place to live and bring stability to their lives.

  • Climate Challenge Fund

    The CCF provides grants and support for community-led organisations to tackle climate change by running projects that reduce local carbon emissions.

  • Creative Edinburgh

    Creative Edinburgh is the support channel for creative industry businesses and individuals in Edinburgh, Scotland.

  • Edible Gardening Project

    Helping people to grow their own vegetables and fruit by offering advice on how to get started.

  • European Regional Development Fund

    The ERDF aims to strengthen economic and social cohesion in the European Union by correcting imbalances between its regions.

  • GFN Edinburgh

    A community of thinkers, do-ers, makers and tinkerers, applying their skills to accelerate the work of change makers.

  • Greener Scotland

    Tackling climate change can seem like a daunting one, but a series of small, simple changes in your everyday routine can help.

  • IfLooksCouldKill

    A close-knit team of designers and developers, problem solvers and imaginative thinkers.  

  • Remade in Edinburgh

    A community initiative to repair, reuse and to campaign for zero waste. Find out more about their friendly volunteer-run hub.

  • Science Festival

    A high profile and dynamic educational charity. Each year it delivers one of Europe’s largest Science Festivals.

  • The Melting Pot

    The Melting Pot stimulates and supports social innovation, providing dynamic resources for social change makers.

  • The School for Social Entrepreneurs

    The SSE Scotland provides ongoing training and support across Scotland to individuals trying to create and sustain social businesses.

  • Toolstop

    Toolstop are one of the UK's largest stockists and distributors of professional tools on the web. They have donated dozens of power tools to us.

  • Upcycled World

    Established in May 2014, to inspire you and help you learn more about the growing upcycling movement.

  • Zero Waste Scotland

    Inspiring change for Scotland’s resource economy.