How our partnerships work
Discover how we can help you achieve your sustainability aims.
A wide variety of organisations support our work. Their help allows us to achieve far more than we could alone.
Accor Hotels has funded the planting of thousands of trees on farms across the UK, helping farmers enjoy the many benefits of agroforestry.
We're working together to plant 50,000 trees a year using funding provided by Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
By planting trees with us, Asendia mitigates its carbon emissions. More than 5,500 tonnes of carbon has been mitigated since 2014.
Avison Young is working with us to mitigate its unavoidable business carbon. Its contributions will result in thousands of native trees being planted across the UK.
AXA is working with us to ensure its paper consumption is carbon neutral by 2020. To do so it is funding the creation of 100 acres of new UK woodland.
CNG is helping to fund the restoration of ancient woodland. Ancient woods are our richest and most complex terrestrial habitat in the UK and they are home to more threatened species than any other.
Since 2007, The Co-operative Bank and its customers have donated over £550,000, helping us to plant millions of trees and restore thousands of hectares of irreplaceable ancient woodland. Co-op Bank customers can currently support the Trust through the bank’s Everyday Rewards scheme.
Dorset Cereals has donated over £220,000 allowing us to plant over 40,000 trees to help landowners and community groups to plant trees across the UK. The company has also planted its own woodland of 1,000 trees at its headquarters and supports our work with special on-pack promotions retailing in major supermarkets.
IKEA’s support has helped us transform local neighbourhoods through trees. It has raised more than £3 million for the Trust since 2007, helping us plant over a million trees.
The Woodland Trust and Joules joined forces to encourage people to enjoy the outdoors. As a brand that was born in the countryside, it’s a perfect fit. Established in 2018, our partnership sees Joules make a donation to the Trust with every sale of certain products. The retailer also encourages its customers to get out and enjoy the many wonders that woods and trees have to offer.
We now receive £20,000 annually from Lakeland through sales of single-use carrier bags across Britain.
Marks and Spencer customers can stand up for trees every time they shop and scan their Sparks members' card. Sparks allows shoppers to nominate the Woodland Trust to receive 1p from M&S every time they make a transaction – online or in-store.
Selfridges has supported the Woodland Trust since 2017, funding tree planting at Smithills Estate near Bolton, which is part of the Northern Forest. Selfridges has also funded the Woodland Trust’s Free Trees for schools and communities. The Woodland Trust and Selfridges are currently working on a new sustainability initiative due for launch in late summer 2020.
Shanly works with us on cause-related marketing activity, planting 20 trees for all new homes sold and 10 trees for every new apartment built.
TK Maxx has supported the Woodland Trust since 2010, raising over £1 million. They currently support the Woodland Trust with proceeds from the compulsory carrier bag charge in Wales.
Businesses are also able to support our work by becoming a corporate member. We offer three different membership packages with a varying range of benefits. Current members include:
Get in touch to learn more about our corporate membership options.