Plants are essential to everyone's lives. Welcome to Plantlife.
We aim to build long term partnerships with businesses that are committed to making a real contribution to Plantlife's work. We work with corporate partners in a variety of ways, for example joint projects, cause-related marketing, membership discounts, product ranges, volunteering opportunities.
Cotswold Outdoor started life in 1974 as Cotswold Camping. 40 years later, the company is an award winning multi-channel retailer with stores throughout the UK.
They support a great number of outdoor organisations and believe that these partnerships can provide the foundations for greater participation and strengthen the outdoor community as a whole.
Good Energy is based in Wiltshire and were the first dedicated 100% renewable electricity supplier. They now supply over 40,000 customers and support over 59,000 homes, businesses and communities generating their own energy.
Good Energy are supporting Plantlife by donating £50 to Plantlife every time someone switches to Good Energy and quotes ‘Plantlife’. That person then gets a free Plantlife membership. Good Energy staff have also been conducting their own wild plant surveys on their land where they encourage and promote biodiversity.
Neal's Yard Remedies has pioneered ethical organic health and beauty since day one, back in 1981. An independent family-owned business, making their clinically proven beauty at their eco-factory in Dorset, they even grow some of their own organic herbs.
Passionate advocates of sustainable, organic farming and wild harvesting, they’re supporting Plantlife through their award-winning Bee Lovely and Help Save the Bees Campaign.
Summerdown Mint created its range of natural bath and body products by only using native, Black Mitcham mint grown on their 80 acre farm in Hampshire. A range of mint products - made with natural ingredients like lemongrass, bright notes of zesty lemon and natural oils of blackcurrant, clove, cinnamon and cedar wood - are now available on the Plantlife shop.
All profits of sales come back to Plantlife to help us in our work conserving wild flowers, plants and fungi.