Businesses and their employees are always excited about the opportunities to work with the Bradgate Park Trust. Whatever the size of your organisation, the Trust will work with you to create an opportunity tailored to your needs. We aim to make it as easy as possible for companies, as well as individuals, to get involved.

We know that every business and need is different, so we work closely with you to create tailor-made relationships that suit your objectives and budget and offer outstanding entertaining opportunities, desirable employee benefits and privileged special access to the land in our care.

There are many businesses that care about the environment, wildlife and historic landscapes of Bradgate Park and Swithland Wood who might want to support our work.

Get involved like these two Volunteers from Experian

Fundraising activities might include:

  • Charity of the Year nomination or a calendar of events/activities to raise funds - As a local charity, the Trust is perfect for support as your ‘charity of the year’ encouraging staff and customers to celebrate these popular countryside locations together.

  • Collection tins at your company, helping visitors understand the message that Bradgate Park is cared for by an independent charity.

  • Corporate Challenges as a group of employees. 

  • Donate through sponsorship. The Trust has specific appeals, or opportunities to assist in the development of the wider work of the Trust.

  • In-kind help/donations of goods. In the past we have received unwanted surplus office furniture and equipment, outdoor clothing to name a few! 

  • Matched donations or through payroll giving.

  • Corporate volunteering days. SEE OUR VOLUNTEERING PAGE

The Trust will work with you to help you meet your aspirations.

Grants and donations, whether it be time, goods, or money, no matter how big or small, help us to not only to care for these open spaces and provide daily access, but to also to innovate and develop new and exciting ideas.

By supporting us you are playing a vital role in protecting important species, local habitats of national importance and nationally important historic heritage, as well as Leicestershire’s most loved landscape and place to visit.