Ways to help ARC Corporate Supporter ARC Corporate Supporters Amphibians and reptiles are disappearing across the world. In the UK, nearly all of our frogs, toads, newts, snakes and lizards have been hit hard in the last century. Some species which were once common are now undergoing widespread decline. Many thanks to our generous Corporate Supporters: Bronze: Become an ARC Corporate Supporter today and help us give a voice to the UK's amphibians and reptiles - saving species, improving habitats and enhancing lives. Why become a Corporate Supporter? Help us protect the UK’s wildlife and countryside. Demonstrate your company’s commitment to environmental issues. Help meet your Corporate Social Responsibility objectives. Positive publicity via our website and social media. What you get We have four levels of annual support available: Bronze: £250 A personalised certificate and use of our corporate sponsors logo. Welcome pack including copies of our magazine HopGossip! Recognition of your support on the ARC Corporate Supporters page of our website, via our social media and in our Annual Report. Silver: £1,000 All of the above and… Discount on ARC merchandise and publications. Discounts on ARC’s annual conferences for five members of staff. Gold: £5,000 All of the above and… Guided walk or Employee Action Day on one of our nature reserves for up to 15 people. Presentation given by one of ARC’s experienced staff. Platinum: £10,000+ All of the above and… Guided walk or Employee Action Day for up to 25 people. If you would like to register as an ARC Corporate Supporter, have any questions or if you would like to discuss a bespoke package please do contact us via 01202 391319 or email@example.com Terms and Conditions: Membership will not commence nor can benefits be accessed until full payment is received and cleared. Fees will be reviewed annually and any proposed changes notified in writing. Amphibian and Reptile Conservation reserve the right to refuse and refund an application for ARC Corporate Supporters scheme if a Companies activities conflict with our charitable aims and the Trust's core values.