Revive our National Parks appeal goal smashed

We’re delighted to announce our Revive our National Parks fundraising appeal, in collaboration with The Big Give Green Match Fund ,was a great success after smashing our £20,000 goal. We received an overwhelming response in the appeal, which ran from 18 April to 25 April and received generous donations from 167 supporters. Thanks to the generous match funding provided by The Post Code Green Trust, our final total amount raised was £23,195.

As one of 247 charities participating in the April 2024 Green Match Fund appeal, The Big Give raised an incredible £5.4 million. This achievement underscores The Big Give’s commitment to environmental conservation and sustainability, further bolstered by the invaluable support of donors, partners and Trusts and Foundations.

Our success in raising £23,195 through The Big Give Green Match Fund highlights the importance of unrestricted funding for our organisation. These funds allow us the flexibility to allocate resources where they're needed most, ensuring that we can continue our vital work in safeguarding our National Parks in England and Wales.

Jessica Glover, Campaign for National Parks Development Manager

The campaign’s success is a testament to the power of collective action in addressing pressing environmental issues. We believe that our recent Health Check Report which highlighted the importance investing in environmental conservation and sustainability, has played a significant role in the success of the appeal. By raising awareness of the urgent need to protect our natural heritage, we have been able to mobilize support and inspire action among our donors and supporters.

In addition to recognising the generosity of donors, we’d like to thank our partners Sawdays, Canopy & Stars, Paws & Stay for their support throughout the campaign, as well as Harvey Maps.

The funds raised will enable us to continue our vital work in advocating for the protection and preservation of National Parks in England and Wales, ensuring that they remain accessible and protected for generations to come.

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