Corporate Support

Corporate Support

Make nature your business

We are proud to work with a range of local businesses who share our aims to protect the local natural environment and enable local people to access and enjoy their greenspaces.

From straight forward corporate membership to more bespoke relationships we are keen to form links with companies who are looking to work towards sustainable environmental practices and who support the ideas of wildlife conservation, education and the enormous benefits for people in spending time in nature.

Become a Corporate Member

Become a Corporate Member and directly support local wildlife conservation and education.  You’ll get all our standard membership benefits including our Wildlife magazine, as well as an annual certificate of membership and invites to special corporate events.

Corporate membership starts from £250 per annum. 

Download our corporate leaflet.

Get in touch

For more information and to discuss Corporate Member or supporting the Trust through your business please contact Corporate Partnerships Manager, Michelle Duma at

Further information

Current Wildlife Investors

Thank you to all our Wildlife Investors who are vital in helping us to champion local wildlife and wild places, and inspire people to love nature. The following companies are all corporate members of the Trust and as such are standing up for local wildlife.

BAM Nuttall
Beaulieu Settled Estate
Bournemouth Water
Castle Cameras
Cleansing Service Group
Commercial Lighting Systems
Designs for Lighting
DJY Consultancy
ERA Screens
Exbury Estate
Greenhouse Graphics
HPW Architecture
Ian Clark Restoration
Kingsclere Estates
Lakeside North Harbour
Larcomes Solicitors
The New Forest Wildlife Park
Oil Spill Response
PM Leisure Homes
Portsmouth Water
Primary Tree Surgeons
Southern Co-op
Southern Water
Vintage Roots
Wight Building Materials
Wildflower Turf


The Southern Co-operative volunteering day

The Southern Co-operative volunteering day

Southern Co-op

"Investing in our local communities and surrounding environment is intrinsic to the Southern Co-op, an independent society with over 200 food stores and funeral homes across the south of England."