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.
adam&eveDDB have pledged funds to WLT for 6 years. They have supported the protection of the Rewak-Emangi elephant corridor in NE India and are now funding urgent land purchase and protection in Guatemala.
Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) is Carbon Balanced and their BrightSkies travel website also donates 7.5% of every booking to WLT.
Believer Jewellery donates 20 per cent of the retail price of all pieces in their ‘Life Collection’ range of jewellery.
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.
Calypso Soft drinks are currently donating 1% of the turnover from their Apple, Berry and Citrus Aid soft drinks to WLT.
CSG funds the purchase of one acre of forest each time it completes a hazardous waste commission for UK Power Networks.
Drab services for WLT include design and production of WLT News, donation forms, project briefs, gift packs, educational resources and Christmas cards. In 2010 they also designed the WLT Chelsea Flower Show exhibit.
Enterprise Plants, corporate supporters of WLT for nearly 20 years specialises in supplying and maintaining environment-enhancing plants in city offices. They donate through their Rainforest plants, sponsor WLT News and more.
Eurojersey pledges to save One Metre of Rainforest for One Metre of Fabric sold through their Sensitive® fabric range.
Gemfields is the leading producer of ethical coloured gemstones currently focused in Zambia. As part of their environmental commitment they have raised significant funds for WLT’s Indian Elephant appeal and are now supporting WLT through other initiatives.
Goodlife foods donates 1p from the sale of every pack of its meat-free solutions range to WLT.
One Square Metre with Green House Effect saves 1,000 square metres of Rainforest with WLT.
Greentree caffé pledge 5% of the turnover of all sales from their merchandise section to WLT.
Honey's Real Dog Food pledge 1% of their annual turnover to WLT.
Ian Smith Office Supplies Ltd donates funds to WLT raised through used toner cartridges.
Starting in 2012, Ipsen Pharma SAS, with headquarters in Paris, are supporting tree planting through their Greener Choice initiative. Educational resources are being produced for their patients.
Kingfisher Press is WLT's official printer and supports the Trust in many ways.
Lampiris donate 5 euros to WLT for each new customer that signs up to their green energy electricity.
Lesley Wood is fully qualified professional photographer who exhibits in the WLT Gallery. She donates £100 for every limited edition print of Jewel of the Forest sold.
Media Bounty PR save an acre or half an acre on behalf of their clients. They support WLT in other ways too.
Nikwax and their sister companies Paramo and Skitostop fund land purchase and Carbon Balance their unavoidable emissions.
Ocean has pledged donations totalling £1 million over a 10 year period to WLT.
Oenone Hammersley donates the use of her images for WLT News, greetings cards and for other purposes.
PricewaterhouseCoopers protects an acre of threatened Ecuadorian forest for every tonne of carbon emissions saved by reducing their air travel. They contribute generously through land purchase and through other sponsorship.
Puro coffee protects rainforest by donating 2% of turnover of the sales of their sustainable, Fairtrade coffee to WLT.
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.
Sarah Class supports WLT by donating £1 from each sale of her CD "A New Dawn".
Every customer who books a flight through the Travel Republic website is automatically given the carbon calculation of that flight and the opportunity to offset their emissions.