The Foundation supports a range of environment projects ranging from organisations that raise public awareness of, and find solutions to, specific issues such as sustainable fishing, in addition to charities that undertake active conservation work. Project, capital and revenue costs can be covered. The grant funding must be matched. Grants of £100,000+ are available.
Very few restrictions are imposed on the purpose for which a grant may be used and the environment is one of the five core categories. Grants are assessed within 6 months of application and there is a 12% success rate. Grants vary between £2,000 and £25,000. Applicants must be charities or Community Interest Companies (CICs)
Projects must be for capital investments, for example outdoor spaces, or biodiversity projects. Grants range from £10,000 – £75,000 and appicants must put at least 10% towards costs Projects must be completed within 12 months of receiving funding.
To be eligible, an organisation must be either: Registered Charity which operates a community facility A Church or Parochial Church Council A Parish or Town Council or a Management Committee or User Association acting on behalf of a Parish or Town Council. A Local Authority A CASC Registered Sports Club Projects are for the […]
The grant has a strong focus upon sustainability, renewable energy and nature conservation. Funds cannot be used for staff or research. Any charity/business in the UK is eligible.
Grants of up to £50k to make lasting physical improvements to a site (staff, training, events, or vehicles cannot be funded).
Projects must improve the lives of Peabody residents, and align to one of the three themes: health, happiness, or wealth. Grants are up to £30k, and can be led by charities or resident groups.
Funding for farmers, woodland owners, foresters and land managers to make environmental improvements. Countryside Stewardship provides financial incentives for land managers to look after their environment through activities such as conserving and restoring wildlife habitats, flood risk management and woodland creation and management.
A range of grants are available for voluntary, community and public sector organisations to take action on the issues that matter to people and communities. Grants vary for £300 – £500,000. A good example of a funded project is Spelthorne’s Flood Volunteers, who received a grant of £9,460 to fund flood defence kits and training […]
LEADER offers funding of between £5,000 – £180,000 for small and medium-sized rural businesses, with a funding priority in the North and West Northamptonshire region being projects that enhance water and soil management to improve farm productivity.