The Highland Spring Group, work very closely with a number of industry, charitable, ethical and sporting bodies that we feel share our values. These are to protect the environment, and work to create a better future at both a local and national level.
Natural Hydration Council (NHC)
The NHC was set up by leading bottled water businesses including Highland Spring Ltd, Nestle Waters UK and Danone Waters UK & Ireland.
The NHC remit is to champion naturally sourced waters and highlight the facts and benefits of drinking naturally sourced bottled water. The NHC is a group of like-minded brands who believe that our water is the best soft drink you can buy and the benefits to health are substantial.
For more information visit Natural Hydration Council (NHC)
Breast Cancer Care
We have worked with Breast Cancer Care for a number of years to help raise awareness and funding for this worthwhile cause. Each year, Highland Spring supports a range of fundraising events including charity walks and numerous 5K and 10K runs.
For more information visit Breast Cancer Care
Highland Spring Group is a proud supporter of Caravan. Caravan is the charity for people all over the UK who have worked, or are working, in the grocery industry and have now found that they need some extra support. As a registered charity, Caravan raises money through a variety of fundraising corporate sponsorship.
For more information visit Caravan
The Woodland Trust
The Woodland Trust is the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity championing native woods and trees. Established in 1972, the Trust has planted over 16 million trees with the help of 3.4 million people, and now owns more than 1,200 woods across the UK, all of which are freely open for everyone to enjoy.
The Trust’s work centres around one vision – to see a country rich in native woods and trees that is enjoyed and valued by everyone. To achieve this vision, it stands by three main aims: to enable the creation of more native woods and places rich in trees; to protect native woods, trees and their wildlife for the future; and to inspire everyone to enjoy and value woods and trees.
Sadly, the UK has only 13% woodland coverage, which is a long way behind the European average of 44%. The Trust's work of protecting ancient woodland, and creating new, not only provides stunning environments for the public to enjoy, but also helps to improve peoples’ health by getting them active outdoors to breathe fresh air and help reduce stress levels. In addition, woodland provides a host of additional environmental benefits such as protecting wildlife habitats, reducing flood risk, and helping combat climate change.
For more information visit the Woodland Trust.