Our current supporters

Chelsea Physic Garden is grateful to the following trusts and foundations who support our charitable activities and programmes, as well as all our individual supporters and those who wish to remain anonymous.

Our thanks also go to everyone who donated to our Glasshouse Restoration Project, helping us to restore our heritage, cultivate and share new stories, and protect our plants.

Glasshouse Restoration Appeal Donors

National Lottery Heritage Fund

The National Lottery Heritage Fund have supported both our Glasshouse Restoration Project and, through the New to Nature programme, an entry level traineeship at Chelsea Physic Garden.

The Cadogan Charity

The Cadogan Charity are long term supporters of Chelsea Physic Garden and are currently helping to secure its future, through contributing to our capital development plans.

John Swire 1989 Charitable Trust

The John Swire 1989 Charitable Trust have provided the Garden with funding to support its community engagement activities. This will help us resource our activities with schools, families, and adult learners, as well as helping us run an internship programme for young people.

Rick Mather and David Scrase Foundation

The Foundation are funding a horticultural traineeship for 2023/24, providing an amazing opportunity for a budding horticulturalist to learn the skills and expertise needed for a successful career. Through training the next generation, the Foundation is helping us to secure the future of horticulture.

Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust

The Stanley Smith (UK) Horticultural Trust supported our 2020/21 Horticultural Trainee programme, as well as the redevelopment of some of the Garden’s interpretation in the form of a ‘350 History Trail’.

RUB White Charitable Trust

The RUB White Charitable Trust have been supporting the Garden over the past few years with funding for our Learning and Engagement activities, helping us run outreach programmes across London to engage people with the Garden and nature.

Kusuma Trust

The Kusuma Trust are supporting two projects with our Learning and Engagement Team: a greening project with a local school and an outreach project with Kanlungan, a charity supporting Filipino migrants.

Finnis Scott Foundation

The Finnis Scott Foundation have supported numerous Horticultural Trainees at Chelsea Physic Garden, including for  2022/23. Their support helps us continue to open up access to horticultural training.

The Worshipful Company of Ironmongers

The Ironmongers supported the creation of a sculptural rose support, which commemorates Chelsea Physic Garden’s 350-year anniversary.

Barbara Whatmore Charitable Trust

The Barbara Whatmore Charitable Trust have supported the Horticultural Trainee programme since 2018, helping us to open up opportunities and access to a career in horticulture.

D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust

The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust are supporting our Help Us Grow programme for vulnerable adults in recovery, the funding will help us run a horticultural therapy course.

Our thanks go to the following companies, and trusts:

John and Diana Kemp-Welch Charitable Trust
David Laing Foundation
The Golden Bottle Charitable Trust
John Lewis Partnership
Joseph Rochfords Gardens Ltd
The Loveday Charitable Trust
Lord Leverhulme’s Charitable Trust
The Pamela Matthews Charitable Trust
Sloane Stanley LLP
The Stonewall Park Charitable Trust

As well as all of our individual donors, Patrons, and Friends.