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Make wildlife and the environment your business

London's nature needs help to thrive. While the majority of our work is undertaken by dedicated volunteers, the Trust believes that by working in partnership with the private sector we can get extra help to protect 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 the plight of London's wildlife among the widest audience, provide resources to preserve scarce habitats, and finance essential work on our reserves that otherwise couldn't be undertaken.

Organisations can engage with the Trust in a variety of ways, including annual corporate membership, a range of sponsorship packages, and wild team buildings days through our Wild Workdays programme; click on the links above to find out more about these opportunities. If you are interested in working with us or would like to be added to our corporate mailing list, please email

We're very grateful to all our corporate supporters that have contributed time, effort and money to advance our vision for a London alive with nature.

Spend 30 Days Wild with you business! 

This June, thousands of people are taking part in 30 Days Wild, the Wildlife Trust's month long nature challenge, and this year we want businesses to get wild at work! 

The challenge is simple: can you and your colleagues do something wild everyday for 30 days this June? Whether you walk to work, schedule an outdoor team meeting, eat lunch in a local park, or organise a Wild Workday with the Trust - we want people to embrace a little bit of nature in their daily working lives! Research shows that making nature part of people's personal and work life can improve the health and wellbeing of employees, helping them get active, feel more confident, and improve creativity! 

Get a packThe 30 Days Wild Business Pack is full of ideas to get your workplace involved in the campaign. They'll be available from early May and are free to any of our corporate supporters, so if you'd like to reserve one for your business just click 'get a pack' and be sure to tell us the postal address to send it to in your email. 

Meet some of our existing corporate supporters



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 was 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 funded a number of our projects over the years, including Lost Effra, Crane Valley and Water for Wildlife.




Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 

Prudential RideLondon is the largest annual cycling fundraising event on the planet, with riders in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 raising over £17 million for good causes since the event began in 2013.

If you have a passion for cycling and would like to raise money for wildlife conservation get in touch! We have 3 spaces for keen cyclists to ride 100 miles and raise funds for London Wildlife Trust on Sunday 30th July 2017.

This fantastic road race takes in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, closed roads through the capital, the stunning views in Surrey’s countryside and ends with a flourish finishing on The Mall. The 100 mile route is a challenging ride but with all the support you’ll get from us and our other riders, you’ll feel great when you make it to the finish line.

Why fundraise for us? 

  • We'll send you regular team emails, keeping you updated and providing advice on fundraising
  • We'll provide you with an exclusive London Wildlife Trust cycling jersey to wear
  • We'll give every rider complimentary London Wildlife Trust membership for a year
  • We'll provide a special prize for our top fundraiser

Is there a minimum fundraising target? To cover the costs of the place on the Prudential RideLondon there is a minimum fundraising target of £300 per rider, which we will help you to reach by providing you with fundraising tips and materials. Every extra penny you raise allows us to continue to protect and conserve London's wildlife and wild places.

Even if you’re not a cyclist, you may know that one person who has it in them and would love to ride this route, so please share this with anyone you think might enjoy the ride.

Get in touch with if you think you’ve got what it takes!