|Big Lottery Fund
|Funding our Ecotherapy Programme.
|Part funding our Natural Habitats Manager role.
|City of York Council
|Funding for food and activity clubs in the main school holidays and support for our Warm Spaces offering.
|CYC Financial Inclusion Steering Group
|In conjunction with Age UK York (AUKY) and Older Citizens Advocacy York (OCAY) this fund allows us to increase the financial stability of older people (50+) living on a low income in York through our energy advice services.
|Hull Road Ward
|Boardwalk installed to provide level access.
|Joseph Rowntree Foundation
|Supporting our Nature-based Wellbeing work.
|National Lottery Community Fund
|Supplementary to BLF enabling the organisation to build operational capability.
|National Lottery Heritage Fund
|Funding to scale ip the Green Corridors York project. Connecting nature and communities with a focus on the creation and restoration of more, bigger, better and more joined up habitats across York Local Authority Area rivers and floodplains, including floodplain meadow and riparian habitat of water voles and the critically endangered Tansy beetle.
|Funding our Making Tracks group, and Species Recovery funding for a research project looking at habitat suitability for Tansy beetles
|Nature for All (via NLCF and in partnership with C & T)
|Enabling us to develop multiple GPS triggered trails and visual interactive experiences across our nature reserve.
|New to Nature via Groundworks
|Providing 90% funding for a year for a full-time position for a trainee.
|Helping us to explore and expand our Precious Plastic machine capabilities.
|Two Ridings Community Foundation
|As part of the #iwill fund, this enables us to continue developing our Green Leaders programme.
|Two Ridings Deciding Together
|Supports our green mental health network exploration.
|UK Shared Prosperity Fund
|Enabling our participation in the Multiply programme to enhance maths skills through day-to-day activities and tasks.
|UKRI (Branching Out)
|Funding to explore trees and treescapes in York, Cardiff and Milton Keynes and social aspects of storytelling about trees in conjunction with The Open University and University of York.