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.

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The Great Outdoor Gym Company (TGO) is one of our long-term supporters which has chosen the NHS Forest as one of its tree planting charities. It has sponsored more than 4,000 NHS Forest trees and pledged a further 300.

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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.

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Assura’s 600+ primary care buildings across the country are home to GP practices and a huge range of other NHS services. Assura is sponsoring one tree in the NHS Forest for every one of its sites, as part of its sustainability work.

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Alcon is the global leader in eye care, dedicated to helping people see brilliantly. With a 70-plus-year heritage, they are the largest eye care device company in the world. Alcon is sponsoring one tree in the NHS Forest for every one of its UK&IRE associates.

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.