The Wildlife Trusts

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The Wildlife Trusts is a grassroots movement formed of 46 local Wildlife Trusts based around the UK.

Each Wildlife Trust is an independent charity, but collectively look after 2,300 nature reserves, covering 98,500 hectares across the UK, on Alderney and the Isle of Man. Their mission is to a mission to restore a third of the UK’s land and seas for nature by 2030.

How You Can Help

Time: Various | Impacted by Covid-19

Please note: Currently all volunteering with the Wildlife Trusts is on hold due to the coronavirus. However, if you are interested in volunteering in the future, you can complete a form on their website and join the Trusts’ waiting list.

Volunteering roles include helping to look after a nature reserve, run an event, and assisting with office admin.

Cost: Various

Make a one-off donation to the Trusts or become a member of a local Trust by giving a regular gift, typically around £2.50 – £4 per month.

Members receive a regular membership magazine full of tips, ideas, events and walks.

Alternatively, explore fundraising opportunities or browse through the Trusts’ online shop.

Location: United Kingdom

Find out more: https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/about-us/how-we-are-run

(This information was updated 18/08/21 and will be checked regularly by the Do Something Directory team. If you notice any mistakes, please let us know.)

Published by Francesca

Author • Founder and Managing Director of the Do Something Directory • Still can't believe MCR reunited.

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