Mission: Invertebrate would not be possible without the funding we received from People’s Postcode Lottery. We would like to thank the generous support of the players. Their commitment to supporting our grassland invertebrates will make a real difference to the future protection of these amazing animals and their habitats.
People's Postcode Lottery
People's Postcode Lottery manages multiple society lotteries promoted by different charities supporting a range of good causes.
Players of People’s Postcode Lottery have raised millions of pounds for good causes across Great Britain and internationally.
Players pay £10 for 10 draws, paid monthly in advance with a minimum of 30% going to good causes. Find out more about how the People's Postcode Lottery works.
Mission: Invertebrate is proud to be working closely with The Royal Parks' learning partners to deliver a new and exciting learning programme completely free for schools, enthusing students to uncover the wonderful world of mini beasts.
Field Studies Council
Field Studies Council (FSC) is an environmental education charity committed to helping people to discover, explore, understand and be inspired by the natural world. Its network of centres provides day and residential courses for all ages, from young children to retired adults, for schools and communities throughout the UK. It also reaches many others though its publications and community based organisations.
We work in partnership with The Royal Parks in Bushy Park, Greenwich Park, and The Regent's Park to deliver curriculum based courses, lifelong learning, environmental education sessions and community engagement activities.
The Holly Lodge Centre
The Holly Lodge Centre is a unique, small, independent charity in the heart of Richmond Park.
Our exceptional educational programmes explore science, nature and history. We specialise in activities for people with disabilities.
In the restful setting of Richmond Park, the Holly Lodge Centre offers a range of educational activities for groups of children, young people and adults - particularly those with disabilities - focused on the nature and heritage of the park.