During Marine Week 2011, IKEA Belfast supported our Petition Fish campaign by encouraging customers to sign a scale to save our seas
In 2010, Translink has scooped a prestigious ‘Green Apple Environmental Award’ in recognition of the organisation’s Biodiversity Project which was developed in partnership with the Ulster Wildlife Trust.
Kelda Water Services transform Moyola Sludge Lagoons into a haven for local wildlife, in partnership with Ulster Wildlife Trust, local schools and community groups
Ulster Wildlife believes that the business community has a vital role to play in protecting our natural environment and its biodiversity.
Corporate Support - a platform to protect our local environment
We all enjoy and benefit from Northern Ireland’s rich natural heritage, although we often do not realise how important our natural environment is to our everyday lives. It not only provides us with air to breathe, water to drink and food to eat but also underpins our local economy by providing natural resources and raw materials for business. Our local environment also provides countless opportunities for recreation and relaxation which supports our growing tourism sector. However, over-development, biodiversity loss and climate change are having a huge impact.
Becoming a corporate supporter offers your organisation the opportunity to play its part in protecting our environment. This support helps us to continue our work across Northern Ireland, and is also a platform to show corporate citizenship and your commitment to the protection of our environment.
How your business can support our work
Your organisation can pledge its support for Ulster Wildlife in a number of ways including; staff volunteering days, ‘in-kind’ donations of goods and services, locations for fundraising collections or membership recruitment, sponsorship of discovery and learning projects or as a corporate member of Ulster Wildlife.
If you would like to know more about the various ways your organisation could become involved with Ulster Wildlife as a corporate supporter, please contact Geoff Scott, Marketing Manager on 028 4483 3953 or email firstname.lastname@example.org