What is the National Lottery?
The National Lottery – and with it National Lottery funding for good causes like heritage, arts, sport and charities – was established in 1994. Every ticket sold contributes funds to good causes across the UK.
National Lottery funding through the National Lottery Heritage Fund is one of our most important sources of income at Kent Wildlife Trust, and has helped us to achieve many amazing things for people and wildlife over the years.
About the National Lottery Heritage Fund
The National Lottery Heritage Fund is the largest dedicated funder of heritage in the UK.
Since its creation in 1994, The Wildlife Trusts have worked closely with the National Lottery Heritage Fund to connect people to nature and each other, save precious wildlife-rich places, create new woodlands, wetlands, meadows and many other habitats and protect rare and endangered species.
Players of the National Lottery are helping Wildlife Trusts throughout the UK give a new lease of life to wildlife and wild places, and ignite the passions of individuals and communities to care for the wildlife on their doorstep.The Wildlife Trusts
Making a difference to our natural heritage
The hundreds of Wildlife Trust projects across the UK supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund have benefited thousands of people from all walks of life – helping them to experience the joy of wildlife in their daily lives; from children and young people to older generations; from those living in urban areas to those in the countryside, or by the coast.
News and blogs
Become a citizen scientist to help stop the loss of species and discover the incredible wildlife of Romney Marsh
The Fifth Continent Landscape Conservation Scheme, led by Kent Wildlife Trust, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and made…
My Plastic Bottle-free 2018
At the start of 2018 Guardians of the Deep project officer Zoë Stevenson set herself a challenge; try and use no plastic bottles for the…
Woolly sea creatures go on tour across Kent
Kent Wildlife Trust is sending more than 200 knitted and crocheted marine animals and plants on tour across the county. The undersea…