The Friends of Bilbrook planted 13 fruit trees but six have since been destroyed.
But Materials Recovery Limited has now handed £500 to the group, which will go towards the trees and also be spent on other projects.
Keri Lloyd, from The Friends of Bilbrook, said: “It will certainly pay for some of our trees but will pay for other projects too.
“We’ve had trees vandalised. We created a community orchard in our community woodlands, but we planted 13 fruit trees for people to help themselves to the fruit but six have been destroyed.
“Either they’ve been snapped or pulled out of the ground over three separate incidents.
“We’re not sure who does it but there is always littering so it’s probably the same people who decide to wreck everything.”
He said Materials Recovery Limited “gave us a lot of money, it’s very good.
“We can’t plant the trees until the winter now, but they had been growing quite a bit of blossom so we thought there might have been fruit this year.
“It was a huge disappointment to see they were vandalised and we’ve been having a rethink about where to put them.
“We’re a very active group, we do a lot of stuff, we’ve created a woodland which now needs management so it will pay for that.”