We are delighted to announce our business membership with Derbyshire Wildlife Trust. As a charity Derbyshire Wildlife Trust has no guaranteed income, therefore the support from businesses such as ourselves is vital to the trust to enable them to continue their work looking after nature’s wildlife and wild places here in Derbyshire.
The work of Derbyshire Wildlife Trust is of vital importance, particularly at this point in time, where 56% of our native species are under threat – species that used to be common place are losing habitat and becoming rare.
People need wildlife and wild places too as it is proven that being outside is vital to combatting mental and physical health problems, so we need to protect nature and our natural environment for ourselves, as well as for wildlife.
Carol Phillips from Derbyshire Wildlife Trust (DWT) commented ‘Forward thinking companies such as nmcn are very much part of the solution to the current crisis and the Trust is really looking forward to working with nmcn over the coming months and years.’
James Betts, Site Manager of nmcn Project Munio in Derby, which is a Flood Alleviation Project part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund ‘We are glad to add Derbyshire Wildlife Trust to the list of charities we support as part of this Project. As a business, having a positive impact on the communities in which we live and work is very important. If our sponsorship supports the work that the Trust does in regards of local wildlife and ecology then this is something, we are always willing to engage with. We are also looking forward to undertake local volunteering work within the community to further aid DWT.
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