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Closed 05/10/2021

raised of £50,000 target by 31 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,530 to help plant a ribbon of vegetation in central London, the “Golden Leaf of London”

    Funded on Tuesday, 5th October 2021

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    Golden Leaf of London is a new charity on a mission to create a ribbon of vegetation to run across the city

    Our mission:

    Healing our connection with nature and helping communities to thrive.

    To achieve this, we want to connect local communities to nature by creating Living arts projects consisting in ribbons of vegetation within cities, using the infrastructure of a leaf to connect nature-based areas and initiatives into one walkable route.

    We are raising donations to fund the first two stages of our project:

    2021> Creation of awareness campaigns and set-up an indoor launch exhibition showcasing a giant model of our ribbon of vegetation in Nov 2021.

    Spring 2022 to 2025 > kick-off the planting of the Golden Leaf of London to rewild the A4 highway and create green walks.

    How your money will be used:

    Your kind donations will be used to finance the actual design of the project, the set-up of the exhibition, communication material, and initial planting.

    The Team of Trustees

    Liz Marsh is the Founder of a successful floral design business with a history of creating floral art installations on behalf of clients both corporate and private. She conceived the Golden Leaf idea during lockdown as a modern art project that would put a stake in the sand and commit to a more sustainable world for us and our children.

    Lenka Moore has a background in consultancy and project management in the sustainability sector and is currently setting up her own initiative to create a Trust fund for the Earth. She has sat on the board of trustees for charities in the US and is now exploring the UK charities sector.

    Charity no: 1197128


    The trustees have been supported by Lord Fink, ex CEO of Man Group plc and ex treasurer of the Conservative party, a leading light in environmental activities through the charities and foundations he supports.

    Paul de Zylva, the chair of The National Park City Foundation has been advising the trustees and Liz from the beginning

    Lisa Drake and Andy Downey from Elliott Wood, the engineering company, have been integral in supporting the project with their guidance and the use of their headquarters building 'The Building Society'

    Gina and Mel Mula run a creative agency and have helped to hone the ideas and planning structure

    Steve McCaulay, a leading coach in the government sector (advising African nations on forward planning) helped to drill down into the concept

    We are grateful to Marie Geneste and Fiona Hamilton from the C Collective for their help with the branding and the creation of the website

    The Golden Leaf of London website



    • Elizabeth  Marsh3 years ago
      Elizabeth  Marsh

      Elizabeth Marsh

      3 years ago

      We have passed the first £1000 which is always the hardest part.. so now upwards and onwards - with our offline donations we are close to £3000 in donations but of course we need more... so please keep giving and sharing... your efforts will change the way London looks and feels.. thank you

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    • Elizabeth  Marsh3 years ago
      Elizabeth  Marsh

      Elizabeth Marsh

      3 years ago

      We are truly grateful for your support so far - we have reached the first milestone of £1000! But we still have further to go - with our offline donations we have reached a third of our initial target - £10,000 to take the foundation forwards. Please share our story with your friends and give what you can so we all benefit from a more wholesome environment in future!

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    • Elizabeth  Marsh3 years ago
      Elizabeth  Marsh

      Elizabeth Marsh

      3 years ago

      We are incredibly grateful to all those who have donated, both on this page and privately. We still need to keep going to raise the funds to take the next step though so we ask that you keep spreading the word and telling your friends. If 1,000 people gave £10 that would count for something... so please don't feel your contribution doesn't count!

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    3 years ago

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    Page last updated on: 10/1/2021 13.32



    • Rostislav Urban (Lenka's Dad)

      Rostislav Urban (Lenka's Dad)

      Oct 1, 2021


    • Jonathan Hitchcock

      Jonathan Hitchcock

      Sep 17, 2021

      what a wonderful thing to do for London and its wildlife


    • Elizabeth Marsh Floral Design

      Elizabeth Marsh Floral Design

      Sep 10, 2021

      Proceeds of an event using sustainable materials in the New Forest


    • Mel Mula

      Mel Mula

      Sep 6, 2021

      Driving an inspirational environmental vison for London - Liz, Joe and the whole Team are leading the way.


    • Anonymous


      Sep 2, 2021

      Good luck everyone with the success of this project as it sounds very worthwhile!


    • Anonymous


      Aug 24, 2021


    • Nigel Troup

      Nigel Troup

      Aug 24, 2021

      Pleased to be able to help


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    Liz Marsh conceived the Golden Leaf idea during lock down as a modern art project that would put a stake in the sand and commit to a more sustainable world for us and our children.

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