Our Supporters and Funders
If you would like to make a donation to IET to help grow our town please email email@example.com
Listed below are some of the many organisations and individuals who have made contributions to support Incredible Edible Todmorden, and we would like to take this opportunity to extend our heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of them.
Judith Audaer of Todmorden and lately of Mongolia!
Sam Partington from oxford
“Basically, I think IET’s really exciting as it brings together environmental issues, community regeneration and general sustainability. I like the fact that it’s bringing all sorts of people together and that it sounds a lot of fun!
PS In case you’re wondering, I found out about IET through the Big Issue.”
an expat’ Todmordian,now of Mobile, AL , USA He plays Jazz, eats Grits and pines for rainy valleys! Cheers Medeers!
Rick at Olive landscapes
Todmorden Business Association
Lyne Midwinter of TBA (big smile plus frock) handing cheque to Pam Warhurst of IET (big smile plus big cheque).
Malcolm Saville donated the growers cup.
Sadly Malcolm Saville died on Monday the 12th January. Only a few days before his death he donated a second Growers Cup, for children.
He is buried At Todmorden Unitarian Church .The first “homemade” funeral to his instructions at the church.
Rest in peace Malcolm.
Has donated He says: “why am i supporting IET? I want to support the planting of free food in the valley. I want to support People who have very little space to obtain the means to grow food, to experience the wonders of growing and eating stuff you have made happen. I have 9 grandchildren and I want them to enjoy a healthy planet I know that there are no pockets in shrouds and that money cannot be eaten. I believe my money will be well spent in Todmorden”
Supporters, Fred and Obie.
Have given us £2.5K
B&Q awarded IET £5K worth of supplies in their latest environment awards!!
We were been awarded £7250 by CFFC for the orchard project including a donation from Marshals.
Gave us £2k for pop up event tents and cooking gear
And we had a £4K grant from HBOS for growing projects in schools.