We are excited to announce that It’s Up to Us has been shortlisted for the autumn round of funding from the European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA) and we need your votes to secure 60,000 Euros that will be a huge boost to our fundraising for the path repairs on An Teallach.
The award will be decided by public vote, which is open until midday Wednesday 1 November, so please head over to the EOCA website now to cast your vote for It’s Up to Us and share with your friends, family, club members and colleagues to ensure we have the best chance of being chosen.
How to vote
To vote, you will need to REGISTER – this is quick and easy and can be done here.
- To REGISTER, you will be asked to input a username and valid email account, then click the ‘Register’ button.
- A pop-up box will appear, asking you for a four digit verification code. This code will be sent in an email to the address you have used to register.
- Input the four digit verification code in the ‘pop up’ box, click on the ‘Verify Code’ button.
- You will be taken to ‘My Account’ page, where there is a link you can click to the ‘voting page’, and you are now ready to vote!
You can vote for one project from each category – It’s Up to Us is in the Wild Places category.
More about EOCA
The European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA) is a charity organisation, set up in 2006 by the European Outdoor Group (EOG) to enable companies from the outdoor sector to work collectively together. EOCA, with its members, supports and funds a growing number of much needed grassroots conservation, protection and regeneration projects around the world, protecting the wild places and wildlife everyone cares so much about.
Funded by membership and other fundraising activities, with over 150 members, EOCA is unique as it provides companies from an entire industry the opportunity to work together, making a difference to threatened wild places, species and habitats, multiplying the effect and positive impact on nature.
Funded projects tackle the loss of biodiversity and mitigate against climate change, whilst also having a link to the outdoor enthusiast, being beneficial to local communities and leave a lasting, positive legacy.