How we're funded
Radnorshire Wildlife Trust is a charity, and as such we rely on the support of membership subscriptions, donations, grants, legacies and other funding sources to allow us to carry out our work.
Accounts and Annual Reviews
Our Annual Reports and Accounts review our performance for the year, the progress we're making against our objectives and our aims for the future.
There is also information on our governance, structure and management, and detailed accounts of our finances.
Annual Reports and Accounts from the past three years are available on the Charity Commission website.
Two types of income
Radnorshire Wildlife Trust receives two main types of income: restricted (for specific projects) and unrestricted (for the ongoing delivery of our charitable objectives). It is important to distinguish between these two types of income.
The vast majority of grant schemes restrict their funding and if we are successful in securing funding, we are completely restricted to spending it on the items as dictated by the funding contract. If we choose to spend the money on something else, we would be in breach of our contract and would have to return the money.
This type of income is extremely important because the Trust can use it wherever the need is greatest to help protect Radnorshire wildlife. Sources of unrestricted income can include:
- Membership subscriptions
- Gifts in Wills
- Donations In Memory
- General donations
- Vine House Farm sales
The Trust receives restricted income from grant funders, public bodies and partner organisations; this is related to the delivery of specific projects. Sources of restricted funding include:
- Peoples Postcode Lottery
- The National Lottery
- Landfill Communities Fund
- Welsh Government
Want to raise money for us?
Thank you for thinking of raising money for us. Every penny you raise helps to protect wildlife in Radnorshire for all to enjoy.
Here are some ideas:
- Collect your small change in a jam jar.
- Clear out the garage and have a garage sale or head to a carboot.
- Talk too much?! How about a sponsored silence!
- Host a coffee morning or afternoon tea.
- Have a plant sale.
- Challenge yourself to a sponsored walk / swim / cycle ride.
Your kindness helps us look after the wildflower meadows at Gilfach, which supports a huge array of wildlife.