Our work is supported by a number of funders and organisations, including:
Natural Resources Wales
Through an annual grant the Natural Resources Wales support some of our very important conservation work in south and west Wales.
The Wales Cooperative Centre assisted us with the cost of our new website, alongside our local groups who fundraised directly for it. The Wales Cooperative Centre are a partner organisation in Communities 2.0 which is a Welsh Assembly fund which enables new and existing enterprises to benefit from ICT.
Help WTSWW by playing People’s Postcode Lottery
People’s Postcode Lottery is a charity lottery raising funds for, and increasing awareness of, charities and good causes across Great Britain.
Once their postcode is registered, players of People’s Postcode Lottery have the chance to win a prize every day:
- Monday to Friday, every winning ticket scoops £1,000 with the Daily Prize
- On Saturdays, one lucky postcode wins £10,000 per winning ticket
- Every Sunday, 6,000 postcodes win £5 per ticket
- Once a month, one lucky winner will take home a BMW 1 series
- 4 x Postcode Millions Draws a year, with shared prize pots of at least £1 million!
As 40p from every £2 ticket is awarded to charities and good causes, players of People’s Postcode Lottery have raised over £19 million to date, which is distributed to beneficiaries through the Postcode Care Trust, Postcode Green Trust and People’s Postcode Trust.
Since 2011 WTSWW has received £20,000 from the players of People’s Postcode Lottery, funding a wide range of conservation activities.
If you would like to play People’s Postcode Lottery, have the chance of winning big and help support WTSWW, visit postcodelottery.co.uk or call Freephone 0808 10 98 765. Players must register and be over 16.
Heritage Lottery Fund
The Heritage Lottery Fund has supported the work on Skomer Island which has improved the visitor’s experience. For more information about funding available from the HLF please visit their website on www.hlf.org.uk
Biffa Awards have supported direct conservation work on a number of our sites, including Parc Slip and Brynna Woods.