Find out more about the difference we can make together.

Our vision is of a world rich in butterflies for future generations to enjoy.

  • Butterflies are beautiful and intrinsically valuable.
  • More than three-quarters of our native butterflies are in decline.
  • Butterfly Conservation is the only charity working solely to protect them.
  • Protecting butterflies means creating a healthier environment for everyone.

Could we work together?

Garden Tiger - Iain Leach

Butterfly Conservation has developed strong relationships with companies who share our vision to save butterflies, moths and our environment. We work with a wide range of companies across a number of sectors and develop our partnerships to create the best possible outcomes for both sides.

Whether you are looking to reach a wider audience, demonstrate your environmental ethos or to directly support specific projects we can work with you to develop the best possible approach to the partnership.

It is now more important than ever for organisations to demonstrate to consumers that they are doing their part to protect the environment. By associating your brand with Butterfly Conservation, the largest charity of its type in the world, you will clearly demonstrate your commitment to protect not just butterflies and moths, but the environment as a whole. It is not just wildlife that benefits when the environment is healthier; the wellbeing of all living things is improved, including people.

Get in touch

Find out more about how we can work together and discuss a bespoke partnership to fit your requirements. Call us on 01929 406015 or email @email

Sustainability is vital in our relationships with companies. We aim to form long-term, strategic partnerships with businesses committed to making a real contribution to the work we do. We offer ways to engage with our brand and support our conservation work. At the same time, this offers opportunities for you to connect with your customers and employees, and achieve your business goals.

Our corporate supporters and members