Corporate partnerships

We enjoy strong partnerships with a variety of successful organisations where shared values and mutual business needs are met – it’s a match made in heaven!

Thrive prides itself on the personal approach to how it does business, with flexibility and attention to detail being the key.  Support given to us is a combination of unrestricted income, project or event sponsorship, products or services in kind and donations based on a percentage of sales. In return, a tailored benefits package forms our commitment to corporate to the partnership.

Thank you to all of the following businesses who believe in our work and make such a valuable contribution to Thrive’s sustainability and growth. 

If you would like to talk to us about becoming one of them, please get in touch by emailing our business development manager Sandy.Fitzgerald@thrive.org.uk or ringing the head office on 0118 988 5688.



  What started as a corporate volunteering day blossomed into a powerful working relationship.
Funds raised by Berkeley Homes central London supported our general therapeutic and Working it Out programmes until April 2017 enabling Londoners living with disabilities to gain skills and experience in gardening. 


 

Forest Garden engaged Thrive as consultants in the development of their Accessible Gardening range which is purpose designed for those who need to kneel, sit, stand or use a wheelchair to garden.
Since then a strong partnership has been forged with Forest giving items for each of our centres and making a generous annual donation to support our horticultural therapy programmes.

 
Jo Malone Ltd is committed to empowering people with mental ill health to recover. The first project in 2012 saw the Old English Garden in Battersea Park regenerated in partnership with Thrive and award-winning garden designer, Sarah Price. Jo Malone Ltd continues to fund the delivery of Thrive's programmes from the OEG through the proceeds of their Charity Candle sale.
 
Boursin is supporting a project in The Herb Garden in Battersea Park which  provides work-skills training for people who are severely disadvantaged in the employment market.
The project focuses on culinary, medicinal and therapeutic herbs and spices, and is brilliantly aligned with the Boursin brand. Click here to read about the launch or watch a YouTube film.


 
GardenGirl is the creation of Petra Maison who decided to combine her two passions in life to design a range of stylish, practical and hard-wearing clothes for the female gardener.
GardenGirl offer a 10% discount to Thrive supporters and make a donation the equivalent to 10% of the retail order value from their customers worldwide when they use the THRIVESUPPORT code at checkout.