There are so many opportunities to volunteer with Environment Trust!
Become a conservation, heritage, gardening or event volunteer, or help us with administration in the office. If you love social media, taking photographs or writing blogs, then we would also welcome your help.
If you want to learn new skills and make new friends, whilst preserving your local area and supporting the local community? Contact us now!
Duke of Edinburgh award students can do their volunteering with us and Corporate organisations can fulfil their Corporate Social Responsibility, supporting their local community.
See our jobs page for the specific roles we are looking for, or complete our volunteer application form if you wish to let us know the areas you would like to volunteer in on a regular basis. Or, just come along to the volunteering events listed below.
Any queries please phone 07860 878462 or email [email protected]
Help us to carry out nature conservation work across sites in South West London. If you are interested in getting involved in some practical conservation work then take a look at the volunteer job description for more information.
Do you want to build your experience in the environmental and conservation field? We are looking for volunteers to support the Nature Conservation Manager with running practical volunteering sessions including the preparation of tools and resources, the supervision of volunteers and delivery of practical conservation activities. If this is of interest take a look at the volunteer job description for more information.
VOLUNTEERING AT HOME
CITIZEN SCIENCE: Help us to record certain species of interest across south west London. By understanding current species abundance it will help us to better support these species moving forward. Why not record species you see by checking out our Citizen Science page. You can also take part in our BIG local count on Tuesday 15th April 2020 (Micro-volunteering day). Find out more here.
We need handy-people to build us sign holders. Our Green Hub project requires sign holders to help us communicate with communities about how they can get involved with the project and maintain their very own hub. For that we need sign holders. Do you have some spare wood around the house and basic skills to build one for us? Find out more and get basic instructions here.