Investing in trees
Working with Community Forests is a great way to meet your company’s CSR objectives and deliver meaningful social and environmental benefits in your area.
The CFT helps your business to get involved in various projects by:
Sponsoring a Forest Project
For as little as £2,000 you can sponsor a forest project and make an investment in the future. Greener public benefit the whole community and are known to stimulate economic growth.
Types of projects include:
- Planting ‘street trees’ in residential and town/city centres
- Improving school grounds
- Bulb & wildflower planting
- …and many more
We will recognise your sponsorship with a plaque or similar marker, as well as providing a publicity package and photo-call.
Please contact us to find out what projects are currently available.
One creative way to sponsor CFT is through a rolling annual agreement tied to the sales of a particular product – enabling your company to plant a tree for every product sold.
It’s a great opportunity to make a real difference to your local area by increasing tree cover, helping tackle climate change and develop high quality green infrastructure.
To help us achieve this you can make a £10 per tree donation for a minimum of 300 trees:
For more information about this option, and sites available, please contact us
Booking a Green Corporate Day
Getting your team out into the open-air on one of our tailor-made team building events is a good way to enhance staff morale and development through practical environmental tasks.
Your Green Corporate Day package will enable staff to develop new skills, encourage team building and experience a day of hands-on and fulfilling tasks in a stimulating outdoor environment.
With more than 15 years experience, The Mersey Forest and City of Trees are fully equipped to lead a day of activities that meet the needs of your team and your business.
Price per person starts at around £50 (+VAT) for the day. For further information & availability please contact us.
“We all enjoyed both a physically and mentally rewarding day, learning about the issues of the area and the importance of maintaining green space.”