Our new apple orchards and Apples for Autism project wouldn't be possible without the kind donations that have been made by a number of organisations. 


National Lottery Heritage Lottery Fund 

We received a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant of a massive £65,000 for our apple orchards project. The money we received will allow us to create a traditional orchard, safeguarding rare and local apples. It will also allow the adults who access New Warlands Farm develop new skills and learn about heritage. 

About The National Lottery Heritage Fund

Using money raised by the National Lottery, Heritage Fund Inspires, leads and resources the UK’s heritage to create positive and lasting change for people and communities, now and in the future. 


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Rotary Club of Derwentside 

The Rotary Club of Derwentside has partnered with NEAS to help raise funds for the project through the sponsorship of apple trees. So far, they've managed to raise a total of £125. 

You can sponsor an apple tree today for just £5 and help raise vital funds so we can continue providing valuable services for children, young people and adults across the North-east. 


Sponsor an apple tree.


Further Donations 

RHS Coke Trust Bursary Fund: £1,860

D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust: £3,000

Nineveh Charitable Trust: £8,000 

Hays Travel Foundation: £11,494 

Thank you to everyone who has supported our Apples for Autism project.