Our Supporters

Iver Environment Centre couldn’t exist without the continued support of our very generous partners. 

National Grid

Iver Environment Centre was founded by National Grid in 1990. As well as owning the land the centre uses, they support the centre both physically with building maintenance and by contributing financially towards our work each year.


CNOOC supported our popular Naturewatch programme for schools in 2019-2020. They enabled redevelopment of the programme as well as funding new resources. When schools closed due to the pandemic “Naturewatch” took invertebrates into student’s homes through interactive videos.

Heathrow Community Trust

Our volunteer programme is funded by the Heathrow Community Trust. The programme provides accessible volunteering opportunities which connect people to the environment, combats loneliness and develop skills. If you are interested in joining our volunteer team please contact us.

General Mills 

Throughout the longstanding Food for Thought project General Mills have helped thousands of school children learn about the origins of their food. As well as getting hands on each year to help maintain Iver Environment Centre, they also provide a bursary to enable outreach visits to schools who would not normally be able to afford it.


Our “Seeding Social Action” project, where young people develop their volunteering experience before devising and delivering a social action project of their own is funded through Heart of Bucks’ #iwill grant. 

John Apthorp

The groundwork on our new pond has kindly been supported by a grant from the John Apthorp Charity. 


Our interpretation signs that can be found around are site such as out Beehive Information and Nature Sounds interactive board were kindly paid for by the Heritage Fund.