Connecting organisations and businesses to trees.

Our aim is to bring people together in a shared mission to plant, care for and protect trees. We work with large ethical corporates and small businesses to engage their teams in tree conservation as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) commitments or Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategy. Your support makes a huge difference.

How you can support our work.

  • Join Team Tree Council. Whatever the size of your business we have a range of ways in which you can support us through a corporate partnership. Support our work in bringing people together for the love of trees, to create a healthy, tree-filled future for our planet!
  • Work with us to design a unique partnership just for your organisation. If you are looking to support us at a higher level we’ll enjoy working with you to create a mutually beneficial partnership that helps you meet your needs and objectives. We particularly enjoy developing long-term relationships with our corporate partners.
  • Get your hands dirty. We are pleased to work with our corporate partners to offer volunteering opportunities in the great outdoors for your team members. This can be supporting tree planting during the planting season, providing aftercare to newly planted trees or getting involved with a citizen science project or a local Tree Warden Network.
  • Support The Queen’s Green Canopy. We’re delighted to have been invited to be a key partner of The Queen’s Green Canopy, a unique tree planting initiative encouraging people to ‘Plant a tree for the Jubilee,’ and are looking for 70 green-hearted corporate heroes to work alongside us. Find out more here.

For details of the incredible organisations supporting our work, please click here.

If you would like to join Team Tree Council and find out more about how your organisation could support our work please contact our Development Manager Cat Gransden at

Other partnerships

We work very closely in partnership with local authorities across the country, many of which are tree champions advocating for trees at the local level. We also work with Network Rail as a ‘critical friend’ to support them in managing their vegetation better for nature and safety and to meet their commitment to achieve Biodiversity Net Gain.

Network Rail

The Tree Council acts as a ‘critical friend’ to one of the UK’s largest public landowners as they work towards a railway that is better for nature and for people.

Action Oak

Action Oak is a partnership initiative to protect Britain’s oak trees.

Local Councils

Local authorities are vital to protecting and planting the precious trees found in our street, towns and parks.