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How businesses can support our vital work

Make wildlife your business

We believe that that by working together we can achieve more to help transform the capital's natural environment for people and wildlife to enjoy.

We want to work in partnership with organisations that can help raise awareness of London's wildlife among wider audiences and support urban nature conservation at its best. Our corporate supporters work with us to protect, restore and enhance the city’s wild spaces, and to help engage London’s diverse communities in the wildlife on their doorstep.

Your organisation can work with us through:

If you are interested in working with us in these ways please email Rosie Oldham at roldham@wildlondon.org.uk.

We also offer wild team-building days for companies through our Wild Workdays programme.

Thank you to all our corporate supporters that have contributed time, effort and funding to advance our vision for a London alive with nature.

 

Meet some of our existing corporate supporters

Jurlique

Jurlique skincare company are supporting nature and wildlife

Environmentally aware skincare brand, Jurlique, will be supporting the Trust for the second year in a row, donating 5% of UK sales of their Rosewater Balancing Mist Intense Deluxe Edition to support our Wild Talent training scheme.

Jurlique specialises in creating natural skin care products that are environmentally friendly and ethically produced. Their Ideas of Beauty Fund has been established to support charities around the world that promote wellbeing of people and nature.

 

 

Braintree Clothing 

Braintree Clothing is an ethical and sustainable clothing company based in London; the journey of each garment, from design to delivery, is done with the greater aim of minimising its environmental footprint. 

We were delighted to be selected as the second charity to receive Braintree Clothing’s #ThoughtfulFriday donation, a fantastic alternative campaign to #BlackFriday, that resulted in 50% of online sales made on Friday 25th November 2016 being donated to charity. 
 

Thames Water

Thames Water puts biodiversity high on its agenda and without the company's support the Trust wouldn’t have been able to open our new nature reserve, Woodberry Wetlands, in Stoke Newington earlier this year. 

The utility company has supported a number of our projects over the years, including Lost Effra, Crane Valley and Water for Wildlife.