Our funder & partners

Grow Wild and the National Lottery Community Fund

Grow Wild is very fortunate to have been supported since 2012 by the National Lottery Community Fund, and through private and public contributions.

Thanks to their support, Grow Wild has supported over 400 youth and community groups to deliver exciting projects, engaged over a million people by sharing 250,000 wildflower seed kits, and inspired millions more people to make a positive action towards nature online and in their local community.

Find out more about our mission and impact.

Grow Wild and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Grow Wild is the national outreach initiative of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: encouraging millions of people to transform spaces and change lives through native UK plants and fungi.

Kew’s mission is to ‘to be the global resource for plant knowledge, building an understanding of the world’s plants upon which all our lives depend’. Over the past 250 years, Kew has made innumerable contributions to increasing the understanding of plants and fungus with many benefits for humankind.

Kew’s Grow Wild team works closely with colleagues across the organisation, especially at Kew’s UK Native Seed Hub, who draw on the expertise from Kew’s Millennium Seed Bank to support the UK seed industry and other organisations working to restore native plants to the UK countryside.

Grow Wild’s delivery partners

Together TV

Formerly the Community Channel, Together TV launched in 2018 and is the only UK television that wants you to look at the brighter side of life.

Grow Wild has partnered with Together TV to provide their viewers with ideas on how to take action to make them feel better, more creative and connected with people around them, when they’re not watching television.

Get in touch if you are interested in a partnership with Grow Wild.

Grow Wild’s promotional partners

Grow Wild works with over 200 organisations to help us reach and engage millions of people across the UK with plants and fungi.

These include charities, youth groups, local authorities, education groups, health providers, social housing landlords, businesses, central Government and many more, who help promote the opportunities that Grow Wild provides.

Get in touch if you are interested in sharing Grow Wild updates and opportunities with your networks.

Updated March 2019