How to get involved

There are many ways to get involved. The most obvious is to submit and develop an idea eligible for funding. You can do this now privately using our website form.

Meanwhile, we invite experts and innovators to join our Steering Panel. We are looking for disruptors who can offer their time, knowledge, and skills to assist in the development of great ideas. Additionally, if you are prepared to make a financial donation, then please get in touch.

We welcome any involvement large and small to help our cause.

We all share the responsibility to create a desirable future.


If you want to donate time, resources, equipment or even money to the Foundation or a specific idea or project, please use the ‘Contact Us’ form.  Please provide as much detail as possible, and one of the Foundation Team will be in touch with you.

Contact us to make a donation

Steering Panel

A small group, our Steering Panel is a sub-committee of the Trustees which helps shape the annual programme and reviews suitability of projects and possible funding sources. Membership apart from the standing members, i.e. Trustees and Foundation leads, is by invitation and will meet at least 3 times per year.


Composed of recognised industry and sector leaders, our ambassadors are handpicked to support specific projects. With at least one Ambassador assigned to each project, they are its mentors, serve as its external reviewers, and are its most ardent champions. They will help disseminate key findings once projects are completed and promote their wider application.


Our partners support the charity’s ambitions. Valued for their knowledge and experience, they consult on key areas of strategy, fundraising and the promotion of our various causes.


Like our partners, they bring important knowledge and experience to support the charity in a variety of ways, including providing strategic, fundraising and promotional guidance. However, unlike our partners, they remain anonymous.

Submit idea

Do you have an idea for reconnecting with nature or disconnecting with carbon in everyday London life?