Become a Corporate Conservation Champion

The Nature Conservancy’s more than one million supporters make up a global constituency of active, conservation-minded people committed to making the world a better place — for today and for future generations.

We are also eager to have private companies join us — as Corporate Conservation Champions who share our vision for a sustainable planet. We’ve partnered with small, local companies in Hong Kong and across the globe, as well as multinational corporations to make a difference. Learn more about our corporate partners.

Who can become a Corporate Conservation Champion?

Every company, large and small, can make a difference. The Nature Conservancy can collaborate with your company to arrange a contribution program that works for you.

Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises

We work with many of Hong Kong’s Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)–companies who have chosen to partner with us by making a monthly commitment to sustainability. Their participation in our SME Corporate Conservation Champions program enables them to engage their employees and demonstrate their dedication to a cleaner, greener Hong Kong and world.

Planting trees in China, restoring mangroves to create healthy fish habitats, and guarding coastlines in the Coral Triangle against illegal and unsustainable fishing practices are all ways the monthly gifts of SMEs could help make a difference.

To learn how your small or medium business can become a Corporate Conservation Champion, please email us today at or call us today at +852 3500 8228.

Large Corporations

TNC partners with large companies in Hong Kong and across the globe, including Pepsi Co, Disney, FORTUNE China, IBM, Dragonair, Goldman Sachs, Walmart, Neutrogena, HSBC, Cargill, Moet Hennessy Asia Pacific, Time Asia, Sun Hung Kai Properties, the Hong Kong Airport Authority, and many more. The commitments we receive from large companies can result in game-changing conservation across multiple geographies.

To find out how your large corporation can partner with us to achieve lasting results, call us today at +852 3978 9713.

What are the benefits of joining as a Corporate Conservation Champion?

Perhaps the greatest benefits of becoming a Corporate Conservation Champion is being able to tell your clients, customers, and potential partners about your company’s commitment to sustainability. According to a recent, global Nielsen survey, 66% of people think companies should support environmental sustainability — in fact, they think it’s the most important cause for companies to get behind.

As a Corporate Conservation Champion, you’ll also receive:

  • A donation certificate from The Nature Conservancy acknowledging your company’s contribution.
  • Our Annual Report, detailing the impacts of our supporters’ investment in us.
  • Regular updates on how your company’s donation is making a difference.

We have established various benefit programs dependent upon giving levels. Additional benefits can include invitations to exclusive events, trainings, awards for your employees, and more. Please contact us today to learn more at +852 3500 8228.

Are there other ways my company can participate?


Your company can, sponsor and participate in events, and even become a media or marketing partner. Contact us at +852 3978 9700 or to discuss how your company can join our impressive community of corporate partners.

See how Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Bank Julius Baer, and Sotheby’s partnered with us to throw a “Night of Nature, Art and Wine” Gala Auction at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong attended by 500 guests, including influential business people, society leaders, and A-list celebrities like Michael Wong and Karen Mok.

Your investment

The Nature Conservancy was founded in 1951, and counts more than one million supporters and dozens of local and global companies around the world as our Conservation Champions.

You can feel confident that, by joining The Nature Conservancy as a Corporate Conservation Champion, you’re investing in one of the most efficient conservation organizations in the world.

The Conservancy consistently receives high charity ratings from charity watchdog organizations. For example, the Conservancy is:

You might also be interested to know that Standard and Poor’s Rating Services has assigned to the Conservancy an AA- rating. AA ratings mean the organization has a “very strong capacity to meet financial commitments.” In its rating report S&P reports the Conservancy has “good liquidity position and solid levels of cash and investments.” The report goes on to say the Conservancy has “positive operating performance based on generally accepted accounting principles,” and a “seasoned management team, with established debt policy, and financial planning guidelines.”

Learn more about our finances and accountability.