As a small community-run charity, every single penny we receive really does help us
continue to maintain and conserve this hidden Lancashire wildlife gem.
Every donation we receive will help us to make real the exciting vision that we have for
It will help us to do our bit to help wildlife bounce back, whilst creating a truly magical nature retreat which will help our local community to connect with the nature that surrounds them. There are so many ways you can support our work.
You might have a fundraising idea in mind, a pile of books to donate for our book sales, or some products we can raffle off to raise money. You might even have some equipment that you could loan to the Trust to help us maintain the site.
You may consider making a donation in memory of a loved one. Donating in your loved one's name is a powerful way to keep his or her memory alive, while providing the Trust with much needed revenue.
Whatever way you choose to help us, you will play a role in ensuring that Grimsargh Wetlands' future is brighter, more biodiverse and most importantly, secure.
Many of the fundraising events that we organise involve the sale of second-hand items at local events such as the Grimsargh Farmers' Market. If you have any bric-a-brac, books, CDs or DVDs that you would like to donate, or any prizes you would like to offer for our raffles, get in touch to find out how to donate these. If you have a fundraising or sponsored event that you would like to organise for our benefit, speak to us and we will discuss how we can best support you.
As we implement the various phases of our conservation plans across the Grimsargh Wetlands, there will be times when we have a need for specific equipment, tools or other items like bird or bat boxes. You can support a particular project by donating or loaning these, whether a digger, woodchipper or homemade bird box, or by supplying us with tools you no longer use. Any way you can help, is gratefully received.
You can support any of our conservation projects or fund the acquisition of new tools and equipment for use by the Trust and our volunteers, by making a financial donation to fund specific projects.