We are deeply committed to the communities we call home. In these beautiful locations we take pride in our work and work hard to generate shared prosperity.
As an intrinsic element of the coastal and rural communities in which we live and work we are delighted to support a variety of local-led events, activities, and community projects that reflect our corporate values as well as those of our teams.
We believe it is the right thing to do as our collective successes bring positive change in those areas where we operate.
We welcome applications to our Cooke Community Benefit Fund to support the fundraising efforts of local groups, service clubs and charities which, in partnership with us, also contribute to the social network and economic health of the coastal and rural communities around us.
How it works
Please apply well in advance, particularly if you would like our support for a one-off event. If your event is less than 60 days from the date of application, we may not be able to help.
Successful applicants are those we consider provide benefit to our communities.
We are happy to provide donations such as salmon for community raffle prizes. We would need a month to process these requests.
GLOBALG.A.P. certification is the highest standard for achieving safe and sustainable aquaculture, and is aligned to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
The GLOBALG.A.P. aquaculture standard sets strict criteria for legal compliance, workers' health & safety, animal welfare and environmental and ecological care to achieve good aquaculture practice at every stage of the process.
Find out more at GLOBALG.A.P.
ISO 14001 is the international standard for environmental management systems and is the benchmark standard to help responsible companies continuously improve their environmental performance and ensure compliance with all environmental legislative and regulatory requirements.
ISO 14001 also helps us to manage resources more effectively, further reducing our carbon footprint.
Find out more at ISO 14001
Code of Good Practice
As members of the Scottish Salmon Producers Organisation, we adhere to their Code of Good Practice – 500 independently audited checkpoints covering every aspect of Scottish salmon farming.
We are also signatories of the SSPO’s sustainability charter, which commits us to net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045 and becoming 100% reliant on renewable energy.
Find out more at SSPO