Nature First Small Grants Scheme


The Greenprint Forum is running a Small Grant Scheme during 2021 and 2022 which is available to voluntary and community groups to apply for funding to support projects that help promote biodiversity in east Suffolk.

The Nature First small grants fund is provided by East Suffolk Council on behalf of the East Suffolk Greenprint Forum and is available for projects anywhere in the district of East Suffolk, that specifically contribute to the enhancement of local biodiversity and/or its understanding and appreciation by the local community.


British Ecological Society - Grants Available

Funding to support the promotion of ecological science to a wider audience.

Individuals and organisations across Great Britain can now apply for grants to organise public engagement events in ecology.

Eligible applicants could include:

  • Members of the British Ecological Society
  • Researchers
  • Schools
  • Museums
  • Libraries
  • Community groups

The maximum award size is £2,000. However, this may be used as part-funding for larger projects involving other sponsors.


The Beveridge Herpetological Trust - Grants Available

Common toad sitting on a log, facing the camera.

The Beveridge Herpetological Trust awards a small number of grants each year of around £5,000 to £10,000.

The Trust's aims are to: Promote & advance the conservation of amphibians & reptiles, advance the education of the public of herpetofaunal nature reserves, execute, promote, support & publish research relevant to species and habitat conservation, such other purposes in England & Wales as the trustees see fit.



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