Saving threatened habitats worldwide

Current Key Corporate Supporters

The list below shows some of the companies currently supporting the work of World Land Trust (WLT) and its partners. Click on the company name for more information and for a link through to their website.

  • APH Logo


    Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) is Carbon Balanced and their website and makes a regular donation to World Land Trust. Learn more »
  • Art Next Ltd is a corporate art consultancy specialising in bespoke art collections for businesses. Learn more »
  • Berry Design Logo
    Berrydesign create unique, bespoke furniture that is hand crafted in solid walnut, oak, beech, maple and cherry. Learn more »
  • The Body Shop logo
    The Body Shop supports WLT in a variety of ways including saving Atlantic rainforest in Brazil and sponsorship for events. They have recently launched a new initiative with our Ecosystem services team called Wood Positive. Learn more »
  • Cleansing Service Group logo
    CSG funds the purchase of one acre of forest each time it completes a hazardous waste commission for UK Power Networks. Learn more »
  • Drab has over 27 years' experience covering a wide and significant range of design and project management areas. Learn more »
  • Empatika logo
    Empatika produces bespoke Eco fitted furniture utilising sustainable materials. Learn more »
  • Enterprise Plants logo
    Enterprise Plants, corporate supporter of World Land Trust (WLT) for nearly 20 years, specialises in supplying and maintaining environment-enhancing plants in city offices. Over the years the company has made donations tow WLT linked to sales of rainforest planters, sponsored WLT News and donated for every Christmas tree ordered. Learn more »
  • Humble Bundle
    Humble Bundle is promoting and raising funds for WLT through the launch of Amanita Design’s game: Botanicula. Learn more »
  • Ian Smith Office Supplies Ltd. logo
    Ian Smith Office Supplies Ltd donates funds to WLT raised through used toner cartridges. Learn more »
  • InnoGreen, based in Finland, create customised plant design solutions for interior spaces. Learn more »
  • Kingfisher Press is WLT's official printer and supports the Trust in many ways. Learn more »
  • Maidenhead Aquatics logo
    Maidenhead Aquatics was established in 1984 and is now the UK's leading specialist aquatic retailer. Learn more »
  • Media Bounty support WLT by buying acres on behalf of their clients and provide ad hoc marketing & PR support. Learn more »
  • Naturetrek logo
    Naturetrek offers the largest selection of professionally organised wildlife holidays and tours in the world, all led by expert wildlife guides and enthusiasts Learn more »
  • Since 2007, Nikwax and Páramo have helped World Land Trust (WLT) fund the purchase and protection of critically threatened habitats across the world. Learn more »
  • The Partnership for International Birding, based in the USA, with a UK partner operation, is a travel company that is supporting WLT through group bookings Learn more »
  • Puro logo
    Puro coffee protects rainforest by donating 2% of turnover of the sales of their sustainable, Fairtrade coffee to WLT. Learn more »
  • Rainforest Cafe logo
    Rainforest Cafe provide WLT with a central London venue for some of our events. They make a donation through every Rainforest Dish sold and through their Crocodile Wishing Pool. Learn more »
  • Sarah Class photo
    Sarah Class supports WLT by donating £1 from each sale of her CD "A New Dawn". Learn more »
  • Stafford Railway Building Society was formed in 1877 by a small group of railway workers who wanted a means of saving and financing new homes for themselves. Learn more »
  • Swarovski Optik
    WLT is delighted to welcome SWAROVSKI OPTIK in the UK as a corporate supporter. With headquarters in Absam, Tyrol, Swarovski Optik is part of the Swarovski group of companies. Learn more »
  • Tapir Apps
    Tapir Apps is a Munich based company that has designed an Android calendar app that funds the protection of tapir habitat. Learn more »
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