Sheffield Wildlife Trust exists to build a better future for the people and wildlife of the city.
Are you interested in wildlife & the environment? Would you like the opportunity to help save valuable local greenspaces and habitats? If yes, then please volunteer today and help Sheffield Wildlife Trust raise funds to continue its hardwork.
We are urgently looking for Events & Fundraising volunteers to help out on stands at events; selling merchandise and membership to the general public. Volunteers will get expenses and full support & training, hours can be arranged to suit. This is a fantastic opportunity to get some new skills, meet new people and support Sheffield's largest conservation charity. Please contact Nicky Moore today at email@example.com or phone 0114 263 4335.
We are also looking for Land Management volunteers to help manage our nature reserves and Coalfield Heathland project sites. If you have, or would like to gain, skills in habitat creation, site maintenance, fencing, access work, basic construction, and other practical tasks, contact Robert Twiggs on 0114 2634335 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you aged 16-19? Do you want to gain new skills?
Do you want to help improve the environment?
Do you want to meet new people?
SWT is offering a variety of volunteer opportunities that will enable 16-19 year olds to gain valuable experiences and knowledge on environmental based projects.
All we ask is that you volunteer for a minimum of 25 hours over several weeks. No previous experience is required.
Travel and refreshment costs are covered through the project and any tools and equipment will be provided.
Contact Owen Garretty on 07736100991 or Stephanie Platt on 07891 133 741
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information log on to: wildvolunteering.com
More than ever before, conservationists are realising that people lie at the heart of all successful conservation work. Only through generating goodwill and making the natural world relevant to people?s lives can we hope to achieve a sustainable future for the planet. That is why, in all we do and at every level, Sheffield Wildlife Trust is committed to engaging and involving people.
Local communities are the focus for all our urban regeneration work in north and south Sheffield. Our nature reserves are managed in partnership with Reserve Advisory Groups consisting of residents local to the reserves and other interested people.
Education and training are big parts of our work. Helping people of all ages get the most out of the natural world is one of our guiding principles, and we have formal and informal education projects designed to do just that. We now offer early years provision, schools activities and community-wide events and activities intended to unlock the environment?s potential for enriching everyone?s quality of life. We also run training schemes to build the skills of local people and an environmental conservation NVQ (in partnership with the City Council) which offers a vital stepping stone into the conservation sector for a steady stream of committed trainees from all over the UK.
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