A number of companies and organisations support the work of the NHS Forest, through partnerships, funding, tree donations and pro bono support.

If you would like to support us, please get in touch at info@nhsforest.org.

Croudace Homes logo

Croudace Homes, a privately owned housebuilding company operating throughout the South East of England, is now partnering with NHS Forest. We are delighted that they have committed to donating a tree for every house physically completed, making an annual donation towards biodiversity features such as bird boxes and bee hotels and hosting an annual knowledge exchange between Croudace employees and the NHS Forest team. Croudace takes great care in the design, location and construction of their new homes and strives to reduce the impact upon, or significantly improve, the quality of the environment in and around their developments. Their commitment to meet their wider responsibilities to society and the economy is a thread that runs throughout the Croudace Group.

TePe logo

Leading oral health brand, TePe, has signed an agreement with CSH which will see trees donated to NHS Forest sites throughout the 2023-24 planting season. The sponsorship is part of TePe’s commitment to building a more sustainable future. The oral health brand recognises that promoting accessible green space within healthcare sites has the potential to have wide reaching impacts on the physical and mental wellbeing of individuals and enhancement of local ecosystems. Along with raising awareness of preventative dental care and the connection between oral health and general health, TePe has pledged to integrate sustainability in everything it does and have an impact on driving this throughout the dental industry.

RSK logo

RSK group has announced a new multi-year sponsorship agreement with CSH. This support will involve an annual financial donation and strategic pro bono work to support the NHS Forest and our Nature Recovery Rangers. It also includes sponsoring NHS Forest trees to be planted through our Trees Call to Action Fund grant. RSK is a leading integrated environmental, engineering and technical services business, and it will be leveraging its expertise and experience, particularly around nature-based solutions, to provide advice and consultancy to guide and support CSH’s strategic work. RSK employees will also support NHS Forest projects through a volunteering programme. Read more here.

DSSR logo

We are delighted that DSSR Consulting Engineers have committed to an annual donation of 500 trees for the NHS Forest. DSSR is a forward-thinking, award-winning firm of consulting engineers specialising in all aspects of building services and sustainability. As an organisation they have a vast portfolio of completed healthcare projects. With a unique understanding of the sector, they are always looking to meet the needs of our society without breaching the earth’s ecological boundaries.

IQVIA logo

IQVIA is a leading global provider of advanced analytics, technology solutions and clinical research services to the life sciences industry. We are thrilled that they are sponsoring 2,000 trees for the NHS Forest in 2022-23.

Tula Energy compares live wholesale gas and electricity rates, using a mix of strategic partnerships, live market platforms and tools to help businesses stay ahead of the curve with their energy pricing. We’d like to thank Tula Energy for their sponsorship of 141 trees for the NHS Forest 2023 – 2024 planting season along with their continuing commitment to sponsor an additional tree for every commercial gas or electricity contract they broker during the 2024-2025 season.

Water Plus logo

Water Plus, the UK’s largest B2B water retailer, sponsored NHS Forest trees during the 2023-24 planting season. They have chosen to donate these trees to healthcare sites in England and Scotland as they work with organisations including the NHS, and wish to support the environment and communities. 

In 2022 we were awarded funding from the Government’s Trees Call to Action Fund for our Green Space for Health programme. This will enable us to plant 21,000 trees over three years. It will also allow us to offer site-specific ecological advice to 15 healthcare sites, and support NHS sites in expanding, enhancing and conserving woodlands and making wider green space improvements to increase the social and ecological value of NHS grounds. The Trees Call to Action Fund was developed by Defra in partnership with the Forestry Commission and is being delivered by the Heritage Fund.

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