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The Conservation Volunteers

What it does
    TCV wants healthier, happier communities for everyone. We work together with people, communities and partners to deliver practical actions that have a lasting impact on people?s health prospects and outdoor places.
Who works here
  • 231 employees and 10254 volunteers.
Who it helps
  • Children/young People
  • Elderly/old People
  • People With Disabilities
  • Other Charities Or Voluntary Bodies
  • Other Defined Groups
  • The General Public/mankind
Sector(s) covered
  • General Charitable Purposes
  • Education/training
  • Environment/conservation/heritage
  • Economic/community Development/employment
Where it operates
  • Scotland, Northern Ireland, Throughout England
Financial Data ?
Y/E Income Expenditure Surplus/
Deficit
Assets Months
Reserves
Employees Volunteers Filed on
31/03/2019 £8,510,000 £8,194,000 £316,000 3 231 10254 16/10/2019
31/03/2018 £9,626,000 £9,288,000 £338,000 2 244 10900 17/12/2018
31/03/2017 £10,717,000 £11,112,000 -£395,000 £3,138,000 1 285 11000 22/11/2017
31/03/2016 £12,697,000 £14,553,000 -£1,856,000 £3,482,000 1 366 10000 19/12/2016
31/03/2015 £16,743,000 £17,686,000 -£943,000 £6,500,000 2 486 10941 25/01/2016
31/03/2014 £21,967,000 £20,791,000 £1,176,000 £7,434,000 2 581 11523 26/01/2015
31/03/2013 £21,590,000 £23,103,000 -£1,513,000 £6,266,000 1 620 550463 23/01/2014
31/03/2012 £23,676,000 £27,223,000 -£3,547,000 £7,768,000 1 605 0 30/01/2013
Donations received ?

Over the last five years they've received significant donations from 6 grant making charities totalling £3,381,072

Amount/
When
Donor To be used for
£15,774
30/09/2019
Greater London Authority TCV 60th Anniversary Tree Planting
£113,628
23/09/2019
Greater London Authority 30000 trees to Londoners
£13,000
27/06/2019
National Lottery Community Fund No press summary is available in this release.
£40,500
21/03/2019
National Lottery Heritage Fund Grass Roots - Natural heritage skills for young people at Skelton Grange in Leeds
£10,000
28/02/2019
Wates Family Enterprise Trust Reshaping Tomorrow Week is a nationwide, annual community volunteering programme run by Wates, which is planned to take place between 17th and 21st June 2019.
£89,897
31/12/2018
Camden Giving The project will deliver a regular Green Gym in HS2-affected or adjacent Camden wards, totalling 50 sessions, 75 volunteers and 10 sites per year for three years and TCV will support community groups across Camden to manage green spaces.
£47,900
29/11/2018
National Lottery Heritage Fund Growing Trafford's Roots
£98,600
29/10/2018
National Lottery Heritage Fund TCV Building Roots
£79,500
31/08/2018
Greater London Authority Funding for community tree packs and individual trees
£62,800
29/01/2018
National Lottery Heritage Fund Environmental volunteering at Crawfordsburn Country Park
£14,350
31/12/2017
Greater London Authority Richmond Green Gym at Kneller Gardens
£14,350
31/12/2017
Greater London Authority Richmond Green Gym at Kneller Gardens
£14,350
31/12/2017
Greater London Authority Richmond Green Gym at Kneller Gardens
£78,800
21/11/2017
National Lottery Heritage Fund Improving Lousehill Copse Woodland
£397,128
16/11/2017
National Lottery Heritage Fund TCV will work with NHS England, local healthcare services, commissioners, academics and charities to inform when and how social prescribing is used to help people living with specific health issues, such as mental health problems and musculoskeletal disorders. This will include developing and piloting a quality assurance and evaluation framework to measure different social prescribing models.
£89,100
25/09/2017
National Lottery Heritage Fund Jupiter Naturability Programme
£79,200
06/09/2017
National Lottery Heritage Fund Ponds of Croydon
£659,384
23/05/2017
National Lottery Heritage Fund This project aims to connect communities with green spaces and use the opportunity of under-utilised open spaces to improve the health and wellbeing of people living in the most disadvantaged areas. The project seeks to focus on two areas of significant deprivation, Eastbrook and Northbrook. By working to bring about better green spaces, it is hoped there will be multiple benefits. People will see lasting changes to their health, wellbeing and self-esteem. They will feel proud of where they live.
£49,400
31/10/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund Nature Connections Programme (NCP)
£52,700
06/10/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund North Walsham’s Natural Riches: transport and wildlife heritage around a historic Norfolk town
£50,000
06/09/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund Discover, Explore and Conserve our Natural Heritage at Sale Water Park
£70,600
29/08/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund Community Rewilding
£10,000
30/04/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund The group promotes conservation through activities with local communities. They are using the £10,000 to provide a horticulture project for unemployed young people in Portadown and Craigavon.
£83,600
15/03/2016
National Lottery Heritage Fund Reviving Hampshire's Community Ponds
£15,000
31/10/2015
Nesta Accelerating Ideas programme grant to The Conservation Volunteers Grant Ref AC00508
£39,000
21/10/2015
National Lottery Heritage Fund Themelthorpe’s Natural Connections
£100,000
04/08/2015
National Lottery Heritage Fund Eardley Road Sidings Nature Reserve restoration
£467,511
01/12/2014
National Lottery Heritage Fund Not Available
£475,000
31/10/2014
Nesta Centre for Social Action Innovation Fund programme grant to The Conservation Volunteers Grant Ref AC00439
£10,000
31/10/2014
Greater London Authority Green Speed Volunteering
£40,000
28/02/2014
Nesta Centre for Social Action Innovation Fund programme grant to The Conservation Volunteers Grant Ref AC00385
Governance
Trustees (10)
Main office

T C V
Sedum House
Mallard Way
DONCASTER
DN4 8DB

Legal constitution
  • UK Charity, number: 261009
  • First registered on 14/05/1970
Objectives

1) TO CONSERVE THE ENVIRONMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC, INCLUDING: A) THE CONSERVATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE CHARACTER AND AMENITY OF RURAL, URBAN AND INNER CITY AREAS. B) THE MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF NATURE RESERVES AND OTHER SITES OF BIOLOGICAL, SCIENTIFIC OR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPORTANCE. 2) TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC IN THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF CONSERVATION THROUGH VOLUNTEERING AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT. 3) TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION OF THE PUBLIC THROUGH THE PROVISION OF TRAINING. IN PARTICULAR:- A) IN PRACTICAL CONSERVATION SKILLS. B) BASIC SKILLS. C) SKILLS TO IMPROVE EMPLOYMENT PROSPECTS.