The project will:
- increase habitat and biodiversity
- improve the sustainability of local drainage provision
- educate and promote environmental innovation to a wide audience
- create an oasis of calm and refuge within the city for those in need
“We would be delighted to receive funding from the Matthew Good Foundation. The funding would be great news for not only the local community but for our supporters far and wide. The funding will allow us to continue increasing biodiversity and making a difference in our local community.
We will take lots of pictures/videos of the activities enabled by the funding and to demonstrate how the funding has helped the project. Thank you so much for shortlisting our project!”
Sam is so passionate about the woods and preserving them to increase biodiversity, but she is also delighted by the sense of community it brings amongst its volunteers and people using the woodland. Having facilities will open up the woods to more people, allow them to educate people on conservation and biodiversity and attract other community groups. It will also provide a much-needed space for the volunteers to work in bad weather.
Latest Project Updates
After becoming one of the top five finalists in the latest Grants for Good Round, £1,000 was granted.