Corporate Partnerships

Corporate Partnerships

We believe that by combining our expertise in conservation with the reach and knowledge of our partners in the private sector, we can deliver real change in Cornwall for the benefit of Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places.

We want to work with you to create a partnership that meets the strategic priorities of your company whilst also creating lasting change throughout Cornwall. This might mean a specific project that supports your corporate social responsibility objectives or a collaboration that uses our different areas of expertise.

  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Projects that engage customers and staff
  • Strategic partnerships

Let us help you achieve your Corporate Social Responsibility goals.

For more information please call or email our Corporate Partnerships Officer, Rowan:

Call:  07932545538
Email: Rowan.Hartgroves@cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk

 

South West Water

The Upstream Thinking Program, which began in 2008, is part of South West Water's long-term effort to apply natural landscape-scale solutions to improve water quality and quantity. The work with Cornwall Wildlife Trust is centered on the Cober, Drift, Stithians and Falmouth reservoirs. They also help our marine team to provide events and activities engaging people with our wonderful marine life.

Visit South West Water's website

St Eval

St Eval have helped us to host our Open Gardens events for the past 3 years. These events showcase wildlife-friendly gardens across Cornwall. We hope visitors can discover something new at each garden, with owners taking new and innovative approaches to wildlife-gardening. Normally, you can also enjoy our volunteer-baked cakes, and take a piece of gardening inspiration home with you from our plant stalls.

Visit St Eval's website

Vine House Farm

Passionate conservationists, Vine House Farm Bird Foods are leading the way in wildlife-friendly farming - growing, packaging and dispatching the vast majority of bird seed they sell from their Lincolnshire farm, ensuring their family-run business always operates with the environment in mind. The farm spans 800 hectares in the South Lincolnshire Fens and has been farmed by the Watts family for 130 years.

With their long term commitment to supporting The Wildlife Trusts’ work to protect and restore areas for nature and inspire people to experience wildlife first-hand, to date Vine House Farm’s donations have raised over an amazing £1.9million for The Wildlife Trusts

Visit Vine House Farm store