We have strong relationships with companies across a breadth of sectors. Will you join us?

Working in partnership helps us do more for Scotland’s wildlife and wild places than we can alone. It also offers many benefits for our partners and supporters – from engaging new and existing consumers and clients to improved health and wellbeing for your employees. We work with businesses in many ways and would love to talk to you about what we can achieve together. Please get in touch to learn more.

When engaging with businesses we endeavour to ensure that everyone is working to shared goals and to this end we have developed a Corporate Partnership assessment policy.

Need more information?

To learn more about company giving, membership, or if you would like to make a donation to the Scottish Wildlife Trust, please contact Jane Rice at jrice@scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk.



Corporate membership and corporate sponsorship

Find out more about the different ways for your business to support the Scottish Wildlife Trust and the benefits of working together to achieve more for Scotland’s wildlife and wild places.

Our projects

Discover some of our current priority projects where your company’s support could make a real difference.

Employee work parties

Employee work parties with the Scottish Wildlife Trust are a fantastic opportunity for staff team building and personal development outside of the normal working environment. They are also a great, interactive way for companies to make a positive and practical difference to local wildlife.

Creating a living willow fence, installing dams and laying paths are just a few examples of projects you can get involved with. Full training on the use of tools will be given on the day, and expert Trust staff will be on hand at all times to supervise.

To discuss how your company can get involved in employee volunteering, please contact Peter Gilbert on 0131 312 4731, or click the button below to send an email.

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