Our grant funders
Our grant funders support important projects that restore and maintain nature, including delivering landscape scale nature conservation, saving some of our most special species and habitats, connecting people with nature and increasing the amount of land under conservation management.
People physically active on our nature reserves
New nesting sites for swifts in Oxford, including the Oxford Swift Tower, to fight the 51% national decline of swifts
Of blanket bog, sheltered valleys and mountains in the Flow Country in Scotland, where peatland restoration is underway.
Thanks to our grant funders
National Lottery Heritage Fund
Helping the RSPB to deliver more connected and resilient habitats and reconnect people to nature.
National Lottery Community Fund
Supporting our local communities and nature to thrive across the UK.
Inspiring everyone to get Active in Nature and experience the benefits of physical activity on our nature reserves.
Cooperation, collaboration and community – saving nature with our European partners.
Landfill Communities Fund
Unlocking landfill tax to support UK projects that deliver benefits to communities and the environment.
The RSPB makes grants each year to important partners and organisations. See the list of organisations and partners who benefited from a grant this year.
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Alison Connelly, Head of Funding Development, Scotland
Darren Roberts, Head of Funding Development, Northern Ireland
Michele Hunt, Head of Funding Development
Lou Doret, Head of Fundraising and Communications
Kim Gutteridge, Head of Grants, Planning and Development