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Investment opportunities – £15,000+
Here at the VWT, through focused and innovative work on threatened mammals, staff and trustees are committed to playing their part in helping to safeguard the future of our natural world.
If you value our natural environment too and would like to make a significant donation to help us achieve even more, we would love to work with you.
I am looking for investors with contributions in the region of £15,000 or more to support our mammal conservation and research activities. In many instances, this can be part-matched by our Founder’s investment legacy, which together with Gift Aid will make your funding stretch further.
A major investment in the Trust over several years will make you a valued partner in everything we do. I would want to work closely with you to find the right level of investment for the right kind of project – whether it is a specific species recovery project or the development of our charitable business activities. You can choose to get fully immersed in our work by participating in field activities and frontline work or just ask for regular updates on an arms-length basis. If you are living overseas, I will find a solution for enabling financial support to reach us.
Please contact me to discuss your needs further – email@example.com or tel. 01531 636441.
Many thanks and I look forward to hearing from you.
Natalie Buttriss, CEO
Join our current key funders in supporting our work:
|Esmée Fairbairn Foundation aims to improve the quality of life for people and communities throughout the UK both now and in the future. They do this by funding the charitable work of organisations with the ideas and ability to achieve positive change.|
|People’s Trust for Endangered Species has worked for over 35 years to improve the outlook for endangered species in Britain and throughout the world. The approach of the PTES is to invest in research and test the best ways to protect endangered species in their natural habitats, and put what works into action.|
|Chester Zoo is a registered conservation and education charity that supports projects around the world and closer to home in Cheshire. Welcoming 1.4 million visitors a year, it is the largest zoo in the UK; home to over 12,500 animals and more than 450 different species, many of which are endangered in the wild. Through its wildlife conservation campaign, Act for Wildlife, the zoo is helping to save highly threatened species around the world from extinction.|
|Irish Environmental Network represents to government the capacity building and funding needs of its member organisations, who are in the well-being, protection and enhancement of the environment.|
|The Garfield Weston Foundation are a family-founded, grant-making trust which has been supporting charities across the UK for over 50 years. From small community groups to large national institutions, our aim is to support organisations that have effective solutions to helping those most in need.|
|The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading charity championing native woods and trees. The Trust has three key aims: 1) to plant native trees and woods with the aim of creating resilient landscapes for people and wildlife, 2) to protect ancient woodland which is rare, unique and irreplaceable and 3) to restore damaged ancient woodland, bringing precious pieces of our natural history back to life. Established in 1972, the Trust now has over 1,000 woods in its care.|
|The Biodiversity Consultancy is a specialist consultancy providing technical and policy expertise in biodiversity and ecosystem services. They help their clients achieve an ecologically sustainable basis for development by delivering practical solutions to managing biodiversity risks and by supporting positive conservation outcomes.|
|Polecat is a fast-growing technology company that uses big data analytics to provide risk intelligence to customers in the healthcare, energy and finance sectors. Based in the UK and US, the choice of Polecat as a company name was inspired by the bravery, tenacity and audacity of its wild counterpart.|
In addition, we have received multiple grants support from the Ellem Foundation and the Henry C. Hoare Charitable Trust.