Our world is in a state of emergency – you can be part of the solution
We know nature is good for us, yet huge numbers of people are cut off from its benefits. Similarly, our wild places are capable of absorbing huge amounts of carbon and other greenhouse gases, but the UK is one of the most nature-depleted places in the world.
If we act now to protect wild places and restore those that are damaged, we can start winning the fight against the climate and ecological emergency and bringing wildlife back into everybody’s lives. That is why we’re calling for 30% of the UK’s lands and seas to be protected and connected for nature’s recovery by 2030 and you can play a crucial role in helping us achieve this goal.
By working in partnership with us, your business can not only help nature’s recovery and tackle the climate emergency, but also benefit your employee wellbeing and customer engagement.
"We understand the value of investing in our employees’ wellbeing and working with The Wildlife Trusts has been the perfect way to do this while contributing to restoring our natural world."Carl Ennis, CEO, Siemens UK
Work with us
However you choose to work with us, your support will contribute towards a brighter future for people and the planet. Contact us by email email@example.com or call 01636 677 711 to discuss a partnership with The Wildlife Trusts.
You can read more about how our current partnerships are making a positive difference below.
What is a Strategic Charity Partnership?
The Wildlife Trusts believes that by establishing common cause with companies who share our concern for the environment we can achieve more for wildlife together than we would on our own. We work with businesses in many ways – from charity partnerships through to providing consultancy advice – but at the heart of everything we do is our mission to improve habitats for wildlife and to support people’s access to nature.
The Wildlife Trusts work with businesses on the ground in local communities right across the UK. Our partnerships range from working with farmers to better manage their land for nature, to advising housing developers to ensure wildlife considerations are at the centre of their plans through to engaging a company’s employees to better engage with nature and the wellbeing benefits that this brings.
A strategic charity partnership with us is based on shared responsibility and mutual benefit, building trusting relationships which last. If this is the kind of partnership you’re looking for we’d love to hear from you.