NTU’s Green Rewards has donated £200 to Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Published: 13/10/2021

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust (NWT) recently received a third £200 donation from NTU's Green Rewards Programme.

Emily Patrick, Business Partnerships Officer, Nottingham Wildlife Trust

NTU Green Rewards enables you to earn points for logging green actions and taking part in more sustainable and wellbeing enhancing behaviours. Each month winners earn a £20 voucher prize and each term the top scoring department or school win the opportunity to donate £200 to a charity of choice.

NWT have recently received their third donation from the Green Rewards programme. Donations such as these help them to support local wildlife and green spaces and partner with us on projects, including recording and protecting the peregrine falcons that nest on the Newton Building.

Emily Patrick, Business Partnerships Officer at NWT said, “It's fantastic to see NTU's community support our work and recognise the need for wild places in Nottinghamshire. Our partnership is a great example of how local organisations can collaborate to enable a wilder future for Nottinghamshire, where both wildlife and people can thrive. All your support through the Green Rewards is amazing. Thank You!”

Through an easy to use, free app, you can log your actions, take part in monthly challenges and earn points to win prizes. Find out more about Green Rewards today.