Start a corporate grove

"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."

SEC, Glasgow

Sponsoring tree planting is simple!

Corporate Groves are a simple, easy way for organisations to help grow the wild Caledonian Forest. Groves work for organisations of all kinds and can grow, quite literally, with your business.

After setting up your Corporate Grove, we will create a unique grove webpage for you, including your logo, images, text and a link to your site.

An online ‘tree tally’ illustrates how many trees you have sponsored as part of your online Corporate Grove. It shows your staff and customers the contribution you have made towards saving the wild forest. 

More trees can be added at any time from the link on your grove page. We aim to plant the trees within 12 months of your donation being received.

You can set up your grove with a debit/credit card or PayPal below. If you want to pay via BACS or be invoiced, or for any other information about how your business can help save the Caledonian Forest, please contact Alex MacLeod on 01309 691292 or email corporates@treesforlife.org.uk


Grove webpage set up fees, which include the first 4 trees, are:

£50+VAT for businesses with less than 6 employees

£150+VAT for businesses with 6 to 49 employees

£300+VAT for businesses with 50 or more employees

Additional trees can be added during the set up process or at any time for £5+VAT each. 

   Paying by Direct Debit requires less administration, helping us spend more of your money on conservation.

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A grove of 4 trees costs £50*. Additional trees are £6.

Would you like to apply Gift Aid to your donation?

gift aid
Using Gift Aid means that for every £1 you give Trees for Life we can claim an extra 25p from HM Revenue & Customs - helping your gift go further.

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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