Volunteer

Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and enjoy the outdoors. Volunteers gain new skills, keep fit in the process and get plenty of fresh air!

As a volunteer with the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust you'll have fun, meet new people and learn new skills. With 65 nature reserves and two busy Visitor Centres, we need your help! You don’t need to be an expert or have experience, just enthusiasm.

We have opportunities every day of the week so there's plenty of chances for you to get involved. We appreciate the time our volunteers give and you can volunteer as much or as little as you wish! 

Find out what you can expect when you volunteer with us! If you're interested find out how to get more information. 

Hands On volunteering
With 65 nature reserves across the region there is a site near you that needs a helping hand. You will be helping us to improve our nature reserves doing all manner of tasks - even improving the habitat for Water Voles -  come prepared for the outdoors! 
Hands On Volunteer Opportunities.

Wildlife Recording
We need volunteers to help us record everything from butterflies and birds, to bats, otters, flowers and more.
Wildlife Recording.

Project Volunteers
We run exciting projects across Warwickshire, Coventry and Solhiull and you can get involved!
Project Volunteering

Learn and Discover
We have education centres at Brandon Marsh in Coventry and Parkridge in Solihull and need volunteers to help run learning activities for children and families We aim to provide children with a hands-on approach to wildlife.
Learn and Discover Volunteer Opportunities.

Visitor Centres
Volunteers help to man our busy visitor centres in Coventry and Solihull and provide visitors with information about the Trust, its work and our events.
Visitor Centres Volunteer Opportunities.

Marketing, Membership and Fundraising
We need volunteers to help publicise the Trust face to face and on social media Or help out in our Membership or Fundraising teams.
Marketing, Membership and Fundraising Volunteer Opportunities.

General information for volunteers
For the majority of our volunteer opportunities no experience is necessary as full training will be provided. For most opportunities you will be spending time outdoors so make sure you have warm clothes for the winter and sun cream and a hat for the summer and sturdy shoes or boots. If you are spending a full day out volunteering with us you will need to bring along a packed lunch. For most activities it is recommended that you have an up-to-date tetanus injection. We look forward to having you on board! If you have any questions please contact us at enquiries@wkwt.org.uk or call 024 7630 2912.

To find out more about what our volunteers think, take a look at their role profiles.

Watch the video on volunteering at Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, created by young people taking part in NCS The Challenge in Summer 2015