The Footprint Trust delivers practical projects on the Isle of Wight. Our Adopt-A-Garden scheme grows veg in neglected gardens; Energetic project gives guidance on cutting energy bills and keeping warm
Working with the community of the Isle of Wight to encourage wise use of the World's limited resources. Promoting energy and water efficiency, reduction of waste, enhancing natural habitats, practical action to improve the environment.
We run a number of practical projects that involve the wider community....
Adopt-A-Garden matched elderly people who can no longer tend their gardens with younger people who have no garden. They grow and share the produce.
Our Cemetery Wardens care for churchyards and cemeteries - looking after habitats and heritage. Energetic helps people in fuel poverty make ends meet through free insulation of their homes and tailored guidance. We deliver workshops to schools to highlight water issues and help schools improve their grounds for wildlife and outdoor learning.
We receive no direct funding from the local council and relay on grants and donations to continue our work.
Footprint Trust aims to:
- To promote sustainable living on the Isle of Wight, and elsewhere.
- To involve the wider community in practical actions that enhance the environment
Established: June 2002
Registered Charity Number: 1106024
Board members: 10
Full time staff: 2
Part time staff: 2
Phone number: 01983 822282
Address: The Riverside Centre The Quay Newport Isle of Wight UK PO30 2QRView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website