Caring for God’s Acre works nationally to support groups and individuals to investigate, care for, and enjoy burial grounds. They run the Beautiful Burial Ground project, which seeks to raise the profile of burial grounds, and make people aware of their heritage and biodiversity value.
Churchcare offer advice and guidance on all matters concerning church heritage. They also administer the Church Heritage Record, a detailed, continually updated record of architectural history, archaeology, art history, and the surrounding natural environment of church buildings in England.
Historic England are a public body that advises on and directs policy for researching, conserving and enjoying England's historic environment. Their website contains special pages on the importance of historic burial grounds, and how to care for them.
The Council for British Archaeology is an educational charity devoted to involving people in archaeology, and promoting the apprecation and care of the historic environment. They previously published Harold Mytum's Recording and Analysing Graveyards, and will publish a new version to accompany the guidance produced by DEBS.