How are we funded?
We rely on donations and legacies from members of the public to help us upscale rewilding to fight the climate emergency and the catastrophic extinction of species.
Rewilding Britain is also grateful to a diverse range of charitable foundations and corporate donations which form almost three-quarters of our funding.
Every penny counts!
Thank you to all our funders, including
There are many more we’d like to thank, so please find more details on our annual report.
Thank you also to our growing number of corporate partners.
Where does the money go?
Download our annual report here.
We are truly grateful for the support — financial and otherwise — from every single person, charitable trust and business who shares our vision for a wilder, healthier future for people and planet. You are too many to mention!
Rewilding Britain’s supporters are at the heart of what we do. Every donation we receive makes a difference — allowing us to create more rewilding opportunities across Britain.
The impact of your money allows us to:
We may be small but we are fierce pioneers who are passionate about the positive role of rewilding in restoring our ecosystems and reversing the decline in wildlife. We’re not alone — we’re proud to work with so many others who share our vision. Find out more
Our petitions have sparked parliamentary debates, rewilding features in legislation and regularly hits national news. We’ve helped make rewilding an accepted part of mainstream debate about the future of our land and seas. Find out more.
We’ve helped support and inspire hundreds of landowners — whether big or small, private or state owned, NGO or community group — to start to put rewilding into practice over a range of scales. And through the Rewilding Network we will be able to support and connect up many more across Britain. Find out more
We publish research into the positive impact of rewilding — on flooding, on carbon capture, on enriching habitats — push on closed doors and claim a seat at the top tables, inspiring a groundswell of interest and support from enthusiasts who want to start rewilding.