Charitable Trusts and Foundations provide essential funds that enable The Conservation Volunteers to reach out and work with communities to improve their local environment.
The Conservation Volunteers receives a wide range of grants to support its ongoing work across the country as well as grants to support specific projects at the local level.
By supporting The Conservation Volunteers you will join a growing number of forward-thinking Trusts and Foundations that recognise the power of place in achieving wider social and community cohesion goals.
The organisations listed below, and others who choose to remain anonymous, recognise the bigger picture – where conservation volunteering is helping to tackle social exclusion, poor health, and encourage personal development and life-long learning.
- The City Bridge Trust
- The Tubney Charitable Trust
- John Ellerman Foundation
- The Rufford Maurice Laing Foundation
- Mr & Mrs J A Pye’s Charitable Settlement
- The Dulverton Trust
- The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
We would like to thank all the Trusts and Foundations who generously support our cause, and look forward to working with them in the future.
If you are involved with a Trust or Foundation, either as a staff member or trustee, and think The Conservation Volunteers may have a project your organisation would be interested in supporting, please contact the Fundraising Team on 01302 388 883 or email firstname.lastname@example.org