Trusts and Foundation can support many aspects of CAT’s charitable work. Many Trusts and Foundations have helped CAT grow by funding our sustainable buildings, our education work with school pupils, visitors and students, and by helping sustain our woodlands and organic gardens.
It’s thanks to the grants of various institutions we have been able to more ambitious in our mission to help inspire, inform and enable people to move towards a more sustainable future.
For generously funding the role of Graduate School of the Environment Head of School:
For grants towards refurbishment of the Eco-cabins:
For grants in support of CAT’s educational work with school and college groups:
- The Cobb Charitable Trust – which aims to raise awareness of the care of the earth, with the accompanying need for forward-looking educational initiatives.
- The Thomas Howell’s Education Fund for North Wales
For helping to fund development of the Quarry Trail:
For co-funding CAT’s sustainable woodland management and woodland volunteer project:
For funding CAT’s Wildflower Meadow project:
For supporting the purchase of CAT’s electric truck:
For grants to support CAT’s core work:
- The Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust
- The Ian Mactaggart Trust
- The Ratcliff Foundation
- The 1970 Trust
- The P&C Hickinbotham Charitable
- The St Mary’s Charity
- The Stonegarth Fund
For grants supporting CAT’s Zero Carbon Britain work:
- The Marmot Charitable Trust
- Polden Puckham Charitable Foundation
- HT & LB Cadbury Charitable Trust