Donate now to help our planet

Support our charitable work to make a difference for communities, wildlife and the environment

Why donate?

PECT is a charity: we rely entirely on voluntary donations, grants from organisations, and income from delivering contracts to fund our vital work.

We get involved in everything green, limited only by the funding we have available! From tackling food waste, tree planting and litter picking, through to supporting businesses to become more sustainable and embedding environmental education in schools – plus much more!

By donating to our work, you are playing an essential role in helping make a positive impact on the environment. Every donation is gratefully received and each and every one makes a real difference.

“Every city should have a PECT!”

How will your donation help?

£5
£5 donation – could allow us to provide a goodie bag of energy efficiency resources to help households to save money on their energy bills
£15
£15 donation – could allow us to plant and maintain one tree for future generations
£100
£100 donation – could enable us to provide environmental education resources to one school

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Forest for Peterborough Poster Board

Other ways to donate

Donate via text message

You can text PECT25 and the amount you want to donate to 70070 (texts are free and 100% of your donation goes directly to PECT). For terms and conditions visit Just Text Giving.

Shop online with Easy Fundraising

Support PECT every time you shop in thousands of stores through Easy Fundraising! Every time you make a purchase, a percentage will be donated to us on your behalf. And it won’t cost you a penny extra. Check out how by clicking here.

Fundraising on our behalf

You can help our charitable work go further by raising funds on our behalf. Click here for more information.

As a result of our students’ engagement with Woodland Heritage in Action, we have seen increased attendance and greater resilience to ongoing problems in their lives – though their life circumstances didn’t change, they were now more able to manage them.

Peterborough Regional College

Helping at the community garden has helped me to get out of the house more and do something positive instead of worrying about my illness. I can meet more people and get some exercise at the same time. Worrying all the time about your health just makes the problem worse and you end up going nowhere. It takes courage, but I am taking it one day at a time and getting out!

– Community garden volunteer