We're the leading independent funder for Oxfordshire's environment.
The Trust for Oxfordshire's Environment (TOE) raises funds for environmental projects that benefit the people and wildlife of our county.
Our core funding areas
TOE grants support three key areas of work:
We fund projects that improve access to the countryside and help people engage with the environment.
We fund projects that protect and enhance the diversity Oxfordshire's habitats and wildlife.
We fund projects which aim to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.
Our Main Fund offers grants of up to £10,000
We accept applications on a rolling basis, quarterly.
Over 250 projects totalling more than £1.5 million in grants to date.
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Biodiversity Offsetting Grants
These programmes offer sources of funding for biodiversity projects in addition to our Main Fund grants.
Grants are available for projects that create, improve or restore habitats in the South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse districts. These funds have been released to TOE by developers as part of the planing process, to compensate for habitat losses at development sites and deliver overall gains for biodiversity.
Network Rail is making grants of between £10,000 and £100,000 available following unavoidable habitat loss resulting from the electrification of the Great Western Railway line.
Woodland projects are specifically encouraged to apply.
Work with us
TOE collaborates with people across the environmental sector and beyond, strategically matching funding with need.
We form strong relationships with other people and organisations to support and co-deliver great projects.
We work with various funders and have expertise in matching ring-fenced funds with suitable projects.
Our offers of funding come with a genuine commitment to help people develop successful projects.