We offer long-term grants to thoroughly vetted organisations. These grants boost financial stability, freeing NGOs to strategise, innovate, and execute impactful, large-scale biodiversity projects beyond the scope of short-term funding.
Committed to core funding, we allocate resources to strengthen our grantees’ foundations, enabling them to adapt, focus on their mission, and make a lasting environmental impact.
Minimise Reporting Demands
We aim to minimise our reporting demands, allowing grantees to dedicate their time and resources to restoring and promoting biodiversity effectively.
We value transparency, fostering open communication, embracing growth opportunities, and promoting trust and accountability in all our interactions.
We trust our partners, but we also trust other funders – if a charity has been through due diligence with one funder recently, that data can be carried over to ERF.
Recognising the dynamic nature of ecosystem restoration, we prioritise flexibility in our grants, empowering grantees to adapt when needed, based on clear and persuasive cases.
With many global entities already addressing climate change, ERF prioritises the frequently overlooked issue of biodiversity loss. Despite this, our initiative indirectly aids climate stabilisation through the carbon-sequestering ecosystems we rejuvenate or protect.
We recognise the critical role of indigenous peoples and local communities in shaping the projects and organisations we choose to support. We adhere to three core ideas – Opportunity, Involvement, and Stewardship – to ensure that our work benefits both nature and people.