Our plant contributions to local schools, charities and other community organisations, to create green community spaces with enhanced biodiversity.
What is Greenwood Community?
We’ve made excellent progress this year towards our goal of twenty-four community projects as part of our Greenwood Community scheme. Our scheme involves donating plants to local charities, schools, village gardens and other community organisations, to help with their landscaping and gardening projects.
Why our donations matter
Sustainability is one of our core values at Greenwood Plants; we have a responsibility for the health, prosperity and sustainability of our local communities. Plants and trees provide a wealth of environmental benefits, including improved biodiversity, increased oxygen levels and enhanced air quality, as well as areas to practice gardening, that has positive effects on mental health and wellbeing.
Proud to be supporting our local communities
Helping our local communities is a priority for us, and we are always proud to contribute to these green schemes. We listen to the needs and requests of local schools, charities and community organisations—supporting their projects as best we can with our plant donations. We enjoy watching these planting schemes come to life and the benefits they bring the students, teachers and wider community.
Chichester College SEND Foundation
Chichester SEND Foundation supports disabled adults in acquiring skills for independent living and work.
Tangmere Primary Academy
Tangmere Primary Academy in West Sussex aims to prepare every child for their future through a sensory garden.
Yapton Eco Group
Yapton Eco Group Partners with Greenwood Plants to enhance Yapton village green spaces and playground.
Steyning For Trees
Steyning For Trees provides environmental benefits to the local community and biodiversity by planting wildlife corridors.
Chichester Youth Adventure Trust
Chichester Youth Adventure Trust provides outdoor experiences to youth groups in Brecon Beacons National Park.
Treloar School & College
Treloar’s was keen to provide a learning experience for the students at its Outdoor Learning Centre.
Barnham Junior transformed its outdoor area to benefit children with additional needs, such as sight limitations.
St Catherine’s Catholic Primary School
St Catherine’s renovated its outside space to make it more enjoyable and educational for the schoolchildren.