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.
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 45,000 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.
The partnership with the Woodland Trust was formed to support Aznu’s ambitions to bolster their environmental efforts and support the work of the Woodland Trust to plant, protect and restore UK native woods and trees.
Golden Acre Foods are supporting the Woodland Trust by locking up carbon with UK tree planting schemes via Woodland Carbon. In addition, they have also supported the Young People’s Forest at Mead where they have sponsored 2 acre groves to fly the flag for a greener future for generations to come.
H&M have been in partnership with the Woodland Trust since 2000 supporting our work to create, protect and restore native UK woods and trees, taking meaningful action against the climate and nature crises.
IG Design Group UK is supporting the Woodland Trust by investing in our Woodland Carbon scheme to mitigate its unavoidable carbon emissions. More than 2,900 tonnes of carbon have been mitigated since 2020 and over 12,000 trees have been planted.
Jigsaw 24 are one of the UK’s leading B2B technology solutions providers working with us to reduce their carbon footprint by locking up their unavoidable carbon emissions through the planting of thousands of UK native trees.
Lakeland have been supporting the Woodland Trust since 2008. Every time myLakeland club members shop and show their membership card, Lakeland add some pennies to their Charity Pot to support national and local charities, including the Woodland Trust. Thanks to myLakeland club members, Lakeland have donated over 10,000 trees to the Woodland Trust’s cause.
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.
Moto in the Community (MITC), the charitable arm of Moto Hospitality, is helping us plant and protect trees across the country. It donates the money raised from carrier bag sales at its service stations across the country to help fund our work.
Through their Pet Memory Scheme, our partnership with Pets at Home has the potential to protect and restore 2,000 acres of native UK woodland every year.
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 and Homesense have been supporting the Woodland Trust since 2004 and have raised more than £1 million to help plant, protect and restore native woodland in the UK.
Businesses are also able to support our work by becoming a corporate member. Current members include:
Get in touch to learn more about our corporate membership options.