Funders & Funding

Ulster Wildlife acknowledges the following funding partners. We also administer a funding scheme - the Landfill Communities Fund

Ulster Wildlife acknowledges funding from the following statutory bodies, and charitable trusts & foundations:

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           Projects                                         

Heritage Lottery Fund 

 

  • Save Our Magnificent Meadows (UK wide led by Plantlife)
  • Skills for Living Landscapes and Seas
  • Red Squirrels United (UK wide led by RSWT)
  • Nature Skills (Development Phase)
  • Sea Deep (Development Phase)        
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  • CANN (Collaborative Action for the Natura Network) Lead partner Newry, Mourne and Down Council
Big Lottery Fund   
  • Grassroots Challenge
 Esmée Fairbairn   
  • Northern Ireland Marine Task Force (in lead partnership with RSPB)
  • Community Engagement & Voluntary Marine Protected Areas
Belfast City Council    
  • ParkLife
Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (Northern Ireland Environment Agency)

  • Safeguarding Our Natural Capital
  • Save Our Magnificent Meadows (UK wide led by Plantlife)
  • MOD Conservation Officer
EU LIFE 14      
  • Red Squirrels United (UK wide project led by RSWT)
Ministry of Defence      
  • MOD Conservation Officer
Alpha Programme (Groundwork NI)
  • Bog Meadows Access and Education
Landfill Communities Fund through Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council
  • Scrub Clearance at Umbra Nature Reserve
Rees Jeffreys Road Fund
  • Roadside Verges – Wildflowers and Flooding Pilot (led by RSWT)
Ards and North Down Borough Council
  • Balloo Nature Reserve
West Belfast Policing and Community Safety Partnership   
  • Bog Meadows Community Events

 

Landfill Communities Fund

Landfill Communities FundSince 1997, Ulster Wildlife has helped distribute over £5,000,000.00 to over 300 worthwhile community and environmental projects across Northern Ireland. Ulster Wildlife continues to administer the Landfill Communities Fund for several local councils and private landfill operators. The fund is open to various groups across Northern Ireland to apply for funding for a variety of environmental projects. Further details and application process see Landfill Communities Fund section.