Join our club with Corporate Membership
Corporate Membership of Kew offers a variety of employee and corporate benefits as well as unlimited access to two world-class botanical gardens.
Complimentary venue hire at a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Over 1.9 million people visit the Gardens at Kew and Wakehurst every year and now your employees can become part of the Kew family and enjoy the beautful gardens in London and Sussex.
With four levels of membership designed to meet specific business needs, it offers a fantastic way to:
- reward and motivate your staff
- help to support Kew’s vital conservation work in the UK and abroad
Kew really needs your vital support and at the same time corporate membership allows you to show your commitment to your staff and to the environment - together your company and Kew can help the planet breathe.
Benefits of Corporate Membership
- Reward and inspire - discover beautiful landscapes and stunning architecture with free, unlimited admission for all employees.
- Save - retail discounts on staff purchases.
- Entertain - complimentary venue hire and further discounts at a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Enjoy - complimentary tickets to our successful Kew the Music concerts series.
- Engage - with behind the scenes tours and talks, as well as regular updates on all programmes and events.
Get your employees volunteering at Kew
Employee volunteering is a unique opportunity to get your team involved in the environment in the Gardens. The employee volunteering programme is open to all corporate members and partners of Kew.
Designed to be fun and informative, employee volunteers need no previous horticultural experience. Tasks include clearing invasive shrubs, weeding, cutting, planting. potting and pruning.
Current corporate members
We would like to thank the generous support of our members:
- AXA UK
- John Lewis Partnership
- Marks and Spencer
- Nespresso UK
- Royal Bank of Scotland
- Tullow Oil
- Turner & Townsend
- WorleyParsons Europe Limited
If you would like to find out more, contact Alexander Pridgeon on 020 8332 3221 or email him at email@example.com
Keep up to date with events and news from Kew
28 Feb 2014
Félix Forest, Head of Molecular Systematics at Kew, describes the co-evolution of pollinators and painted petal irises in the Greater Cape of South Africa.
21 Feb 2014
André Schuiteman, senior researcher in orchids at Kew, relates the discovery by the intrepid Evelyn Cheesman of one of the very few blue-flowered epiphytic orchids, Dendrobium azureum, which he recently described as a new species.
18 Apr 2012
A floral spectacular is in bloom in front of the Orangery at Kew Gardens to celebrate the London 2012 Olympic Games.
14 Feb 2014
Madeleine Groves, the CITES Implementation Officer at Kew, describes how the application of science can help combat illegal wildlife trade.