Our Donors & Supporters

Our work would not have been possible without the support of many generous organisations, foundations and individuals.

We would like to thank the following supporters who make our work possible.

 

BGCI Donors and Supporters

Donors and Supporters

Activity Supported

The Ashden Trust  Biodiverse forest restoration work at Brackenhurst Botanic Garden in Kenya and Tooro Botanical Gardens in Uganda.
Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) Completing red list assessments for all Malagasy trees as a part of the Global Tree Assessment.
The Darwin Initiative  Conservation of the Mulanje Cedar (Malawi’s national tree) and the facilitation of bio-diverse ecological restoration in Uganda. Promoting the use of plant resources in research and development in Ethiopia.
The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) The International Plant Sentinel Network
ERASMUS+ (European Union) The LearnToEngage project
The Food and Environment Research Agency (FERA)  The International Plant Sentinel Network
The Franklinia Foundation The Global Tree Assessment and Global Trees Campaign
Horizon 2020
The BigPicnic Project
IUCN  The Global Tree Assessment
The Japanese Biodiversity Fund  BGCI’s training programme
The Keidanren Nature Conservation Fund BGCI’s training programme in Fiji
The Klorane Foundation BGCI’s Medicinal Plants Project in Argentina
The Mohammed bin Zayed Foundation BGCI’s work on Rhododendron conservation in Papua New Guinea.
The National Geographic Society Conservation of threatened Dipterocarp trees in Borneo.
The Rothschild Foundation Support the development of the BGCI Website and Interactive Tools
The Rufford Foundation  Supports the Ecological Restoration Alliance of Botanic Gardens and The African Botanic Gardens Network.
The Sylvia Scholarship Fund BGCI’s public engagement work
The United States Botanic Garden  The North American Collections Assessment, Care for the Rare, and BGCI-US
USDA Forest Service  BGCI’s seed conservation work