Bettys Trees For Life Fund
The Bettys Trees for Life fund has been developed as part of Bettys centenary year activities in 2019 to celebrate Bettys long term passion for trees, to enhance the local environment and improve access to and education about the natural world and green spaces around us.
The fund aims to support groups working to improve local green spaces and wildlife habitats through tree planting project, improved access to woodland and environmental management and education projects. The link between accessible green space and wellbeing is well documented and we are also interested in projects that aim to use environmental activity to promote good physical and mental health.
This fund is available to applicants throughout the whole of Yorkshire
Size of grants
Grants are available of between £500 and £4000
Who can apply?
Please read our ‘How to Apply’ page for information on general eligibility.
The following are also eligible to apply for this scheme:
- Parish Councils (provided that the purpose of the grant falls outside of the councils usual remit)
- Schools (provided that the purpose of the grant falls outside of the schools usual curricular activities
How to apply?
Before applying, please read the Bettys Trees for Life Guidance Notes for this grant scheme carefully.
Applications are only considered complete when all supporting documentation has been received either attached to the online application or posted to the office as paper copies.
When to apply?
The fund is currently closed
Recently awarded grants
In addition to the areas listed below, this fund is open to applicants across the whole of Yorkshire.