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Thank You Funders

We are extremely grateful to all our members, supporters, funders and other organisations that so generously supported us in 2022/23, including all donors who wish to remain anonymous.

Close up of a pale purple Orchid in amongst a bright green wildflower meadow

Unfortunately, we do not have space to individually name all our supporters, but on behalf of everyone at Plantlife we would like to acknowledge the following who provided support of £1,000 or more: 


Grant Funders

Cairngorms National Park Authority Natural England 
Future Woodlands Natural Resources Wales 
Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs NatureScot 
EU LIFE Programme RSPB 
Joint Nature Conservation Committee Scottish Environment LINK 
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Wiltshire Council 
National Heritage Lottery Fund The Welsh Government 
National Highways The Woodland Trust 


Charitable Trusts and Foundations

The Daniell Trust John Feldberg Foundation 
The Charlotte Bonham-Carter Charitable Trust Lady Yuen Peng McNeice Charitable Foundation 
Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust The Lyon Family Charitable Trust 
The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation The Neil & Pauline Pettefar Charitable Trust 
The Eureka Charitable Trust Norman & Evelyn Proffitt Trust 
Garfield Weston Foundation Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund 
Gibbs Foundation Rees Jeffreys Road Fund 
Henocq Law Trust Samuel Storey Family Charitable Trust 
Highlands and Islands Environment Foundation Scott (Eredine) Charitable Trust 
Hugh Fraser Foundation The Swire Charitable Trust 
The Ian Addison Charitable Foundation The Waterloo Foundation 



Corporate Partners and Supporters

Black Bee Honey Ltd Maidstone Distillery Ltd 
Chivas Brothers Ltd Mitie Landscapes Ltd 
Formula Botanica Pauline Burbidge Quilts 
Laurent-Perrier (UK) Ltd Thakeham Homes Ltd 
Lidl Great Britain Ltd Thyme 



Legacy Gifts

We are once again hugely thankful to everyone who remembered Plantlife in their will. 


More ‘Funding our Work’

Plantlife and Lidl bring wildflowers in store
Female and young child looking at yellow buttercups.

Plantlife and Lidl bring wildflowers in store

Lidl supported Plantlife by bringing wildflower survey to its customers.

Launching our science and impact work
Matt Pitts wearing a suit and an orange head scarf shakes hands with King Charles

Launching our science and impact work

We’re kickstarting an important research and education programme with the help of a £390,000 grant. 

Connecting and protecting grasslands in Wales
Three people with backpacks and papers crouched investigating wild plants growing from the grass they're stood in

Connecting and protecting grasslands in Wales

We’ve been awarded £1m to restore and conserve species-rich grassland across Wales and protect this vital habitat for the future.