Volunteering with us is a great way to gain skills and experience, make new friends, and contribute to the conservation, protection and enhancement of wildlife and habitats in your local area.
We welcome enquiries from anyone, regardless of background, experience or time available. We offer every volunteer support through induction, relevant training, and provide all the tools needed for your role. For more information about any of the roles here please contact email@example.com or call us on 0114 263 4335.
Please note all our volunteer opportunities are currently on hold to keep everyone safe. If you are interested in volunteering with us in the future, we’d still love to hear from you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer a wide range of practical conservation volunteering opportunities suitable for anyone. Tasks can include scrub control, woodland thinning, fence and path repairs, invasive species control or heathland restoration. Our volunteers are a friendly, supportive bunch and the Trust’s knowledgeable staff will be on site to welcome you. Transport from our office to the working site is also available if needed.
Weekday Volunteer For those who wish to volunteer on a regular basis at our nature reserves.
Volunteer Work Days Perfect for those looking to get some fresh air, get closer to wildlife and help improve our green spaces. Places are limited, so please book onto a work day near you via our events page.
- ‘Reserve Advisory Group’ and ‘User Forum’ meetings. Supporters can attend their local nature reserves meeting to find out more about how the Trust manages the site, here about future plans, ask questions and give input. These meetings can be informal guided walks, or sit down chats. We would love to hear your opinions and ideas, so keep an eye on our events page for the next meeting taking place near you.
Office Support Volunteer
Events and Fundraising Volunteer
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Longer term placements (September 2021 onwards)
- Living Landscape Assistant Based at our head office, for those wanting to volunteer for two to three days a week for a minimum of three months. This opportunity will assist the Nature Reserve Managers in the delivery of management plans for each reserve, including helping set up and deliver projects and funding bids.
For corporate groups who wish to get out of the office and get a little closer to nature, our Outdoor Learning team offer a range of nature-themed workshops, bushcraft experiences and team-building days to suit your requirements.
If you are a small group of colleagues who are passionate about the wildlife and natural environment of Sheffield and Rotherham and want to get hands-on and make a difference, it may be possible for you to volunteer on one of our regular Community Work Days.
Please contact Chris Grice on email@example.com with your group’s details, including numbers, available dates, and the type of experience you’re looking for.