Double Your Impact

Donate today and your donation will be worth at least double the amount, allowing us to do more to tackle butterfly and moth declines.

Think BIG to save butterflies

We need to fund conservation projects that will transform landscapes, creating chains of habitat for struggling species. This approach makes it possible for butterflies and moths to move through our countryside, towns and cities, establish new colonies and expand their populations.

We have some funding in place for these ambitious landscape-scale plans but work can't start until we match the secured funding and raise the total amount needed for each project. 

Your donation could make it possible for us to:

Keep Woodland Butterflies On The Wing In The East Midlands

Wood WhiteOur Woodland Wings project will inspire people living near the ancient forest and parkland of Yardley Whittlewood Ridge to care for and protect butterflies like the Wood White, Black Hairstreak and Dingy Skipper.

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Build Sites For Butterflies

Common BlueWe can promote the creation of wildlife habitat as part of urban development by working with the construction, mineral and waste industries, as well as major infrastructure projects, public utility providers and local government.

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Give The Silky Wave A Future In The Avon Gorge

Silky WaveThe Silky Wave moth could be lost from it's one remaining site in England unless we restore areas of limestone grassland in the Avon Gorge, providing more food and breeding habitat.

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Save The South Essex Heath Fritillary

Heath FritillaryThe Heath Fritillary is one of our most threatened species. Numbers have dropped to a worrying low at woodland sites in South Essex. Small isolated colonies of the butterfly can only expand if we create corridors linking suitable habitat.

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Please donate

Choose how much to give and help us create healthier, safer landscapes for butterflies, moths and all of us to enjoy.






Double Your Impact replaces our popular Match Pot Appeal. Find out more about the change.