Project sponsorship - making a visible impact

Reedbed management at Woodberry Wetlands © Penny DixieReedbed management at Woodberry Wetlands © Penny Dixie

Sponsor one of our projects to safeguard nature for the future

Sponsor a project to safeguard nature for the future
Our small team of staff and thousands of volunteers manage dozens of nature reserves across London.

We can do more by working in partnership with London's businesses to safeguard local wildlife, protect wild places and reconnect people with the environment.

Organisations are invited to sponsor a project which will inspire employees and enable them to connect to a local wild space or activity. For details of any of our sponsorship opportunities please email Rosie Oldham on

Current sponsors




Jurlique will be supporting London Wildlife 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.

Rosewater Balancing Mist

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.

The Wild Talent project has been specifically created to challenge the barriers that exclude some people from working in environmental conservation. The project aims to address skill shortages in the nature conservation sector and increase the diversity of the workforce.

Wild Talent trainees train with London Wildlife Trust for a year, gaining a Level 2 Work-based Diploma in Environmental Conservation, developing a broad range of skills in practical conservation, reserve management, community engagement and education.



MaceCrane Meadows is a 13 hectare nature reserve, running along the western bank of the River Crane. Since spring 2016 Mace’s Heathrow team have been working in partnership with London Wildlife Trust to restore this unique site.

The long-term vision for this nature reserve is to manage and develop its potential, enhancing the biodiversity of the area whilst providing an accessible green space that will be frequently used and enjoyed by the local community in the coming years.

Teams have been working to eradicate invasive species, enhance the river bank, and restore areas of grassland, fen and orchard. Over the next year it is hoped that the main entrance, pathworks, and interpretation boards will be completed, allowing us to formally open the reserve to the public in 2018.

This fantastic restoration project was recognised in the shortlist for the 2017 Corporate Engagement Awards in the Most Innovative Sponsorship category.