Corporate Support

Why choose Trees for Life as your charity partner?

Enhance your company profile by partnering with Trees for Life, an award-winning charity. We have a range of corporate social responsibility options available for your business to start today. Through our partnership, we can raise your profile, help you engage your customers and staff, and promote your cause-related marketing activities.

"We were so pleased when we discovered Trees for Life and learnt about the fantastic work they do. As a small growing business we are keen to improve our green credentials. We hope this will inspire similar companies to follow suit."

SeTwo Ltd

These are the most popular forms of partnership:

  • planting trees in a Corporate Grove
  • implementing a Go Paperless scheme
  • donations to reduce carbon footprint 
  • donating gifts in kind
  • customer donations for tree planting, for example, 'point of payment' donations
  • developing a bespoke partnership that meets your individual needs


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Corporate Social Responsibility benefits

  • Customers and clients actively favour environmentally responsible companies. Research published in 2014 showed 82% of customers would buy from a company that actively engages with charities and communities.
  • Companies that emphasise their environmental and social performance increase their attractiveness to investors (Business in the Environment).
  • Staff are attracted to working for an environmentally and socially responsible company (Business in the Community).
  • Conservation experiences are an effective way to engage staff with your environmental policies and a great team building exercise. We can also support your fundraising ideas, supply merchandise and leaflets, and arrange a presentation about the Caledonian Forest for your staff. Employees of our corporate partners report a sense of pride and satisfaction as a result of their  engagement with Trees for Life.
  • Promoting your corporate social responsibility through our marketing channels, with specialist support from our Corporate team.

Another important factor in your decision to partner with Trees for Life are the benefits for the wider community. These benefits apply especially to the volunteers who plant trees, who include young people seeking employability skills and adults affected by social or economic disadvantages. 

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Case studies

“Trees for Life links philanthropic support and sustain- ability with an important piece of our business and also engages our employees around a topic that they feel strongly about. And, by making an up-front grant, we actually have a small forest where we can continue to plant trees.”

Rob Fauber, President of Moody’s Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service is a leading provider of credit ratings, research, and risk analysis. The firm's ratings and analysis track debt covering more than 135 sovereign nations, approximately 5,000 non-financial corporate issuers, 4,000 financial institutions issuers, 18,000 public finance issuers, 11,000 structured finance transactions, and 1,000 infrastructure and project finance issuers.

Thanks to a generous $25,000 grant from the Moody’s Foundation at the beginning of this year and to individual business units donations to celebrate personal and professional milestones, Trees for Life has been able to plant 3,681 new native trees in Glen Affric. That gets a triple ‘A’ rating from us!

“Actually involving Haggis travellers in a project which means they can get up close and personal to these beautiful ecosystems will bring this story to life, resulting in a positive permanent addition to Scotland and assisting Trees for Life in its fantastic work.”

Graeme Ward, Managing Director of Haggis Adventures

Haggis Adventures is one of Scotland's leading tour companies for independent travellers, having carried over 100,000 customers since 1993 on its distinctive fleet of yellow midi-coaches. The company offers a wide range of trips, from one to seven-day tours of the Highlands and Islands.

Haggis Adventures has established a 'Stay Wild' initiative in partnership with Trees for Life, enabling tour guests to benefit from hands-on conservation experiences. Selected Haggis Adventures tours stop at our Dundreggan Conservation Estate near Loch Ness.  In addition to a guided walk and talk about the Caledonian Forest, each visit includes a tree planting opportunity.

"CSR continues to grow in importance for our clients, visitors and staff. Everyone at the SEC is incredibly proud of the massive contribution our venue has made to Trees for Life."

Scottish Events Campus

Since launching a partnership with Trees for Life, the Scottish Exhibition Campus (SEC) has funded the planting of over 68,000 trees  at Dundreggan.

The SEC is Scotland's premier venue for exhibitions, conferences, concerts and spectator events and also the largest integrated conference and exhibition centre in the UK. SEC has been successful in attracting some of the world's largest events as well as the biggest names in music. In any given year, SEC stages around 235 different events and attract over 1.5 million people to the campus.

The SEC is aware of the potential impact that the events staged at the Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre can have on the environment. It is committed to further growth and development of its exhibition, conference and events business and intends to pursue this objective whilst operating the venue in an environmentally sustainable way wherever possible.


We're very happy to talk about about the best way to benefit your company through a charity partnership with Trees for Life. Please contact Alex Baxter on 01309 691292 or email

Download our partnerships brochure

There are many ways for businesses large and small to make a real difference to the ancient Caledonian Forest and its wildlife. Download our partnerships brochure to discover more. 

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