Mend Our Mountains: Make One Million is coordinated by the BMC and its charity, the BMC Access and Conservation Trust. However, a range of other charities, trusts and grant-giving organisations also support the aims of Mend Our Mountains: Make One Million.
If you are involved with a charity and are interested in supporting the appeal as a whole or one of the 13 projects within it, please email us. Please note this page will be updated as new organisations support the appeal.
The Oglesby Charitable Trust aims to enhance the North West region of England and the wellbeing of its people by supporting meaningful activities that demonstrate positive impact. They are generously supporting work to repair the Great Ridge in the Peak District National Park as part of Mend Our Mountains: Make One Million.
EOCA is a group of businesses in the European outdoor industry who have come together to raise funds to put directly into conservation projects worldwide. One of their members has provided support to the effort to repair to combat erosion on England’s highest mountain, Scafell Pike.
Since 1998, the HF Holidays Pathways Fund has helped to protect and improve the countryside where HF Holidays’ guests walk. They have provided support to the effort to repair Whernside, on the route of the Yorkshire Three Peaks.