Face to Face Membership Recruitment

Kent Wildlife Trust has a team of dedicated Face to Face fundraisers that work in venues and events across the county. The new members that they sign up help to provide vital income for The Trust which enables us to carry on our work for wildlife. Our fundraisers do not currently go door to door.

What is Face to Face fundraising?

Face to Face fundraising is a great way for us to meet and talk with the public and promote the work of Kent Wildlife Trust. It provides an opportunity to show what help your support can make to our work and ask if you would be willing to donate regularly.

Why do you use it?

We receive no core funding from Government. We mainly rely on donations from our members and supporters as well as applications to Trusts and grants. Having personal contact with the public enables us to promote the work we are doing to new supporters.

Who are your fundraisers?

Adam Wardley

Peter Arnold

Nigel Hill

Genny Newby

Leah Cardin

How do I know if I am talking to a Kent Wildlife Trust fundraiser?

Our fundraisers wear Kent Wildlife Trust branded clothing – a navy blue polo shirt and fleece with our distinctive blue butterfly logo – and their identification card should be visible at all times.

Is face to face fundraising regulated?

We are members of the Fundraising Standards Board (FRSB) self regulatory scheme. The FRSB works to ensure that organisations raising money from the public do so honestly and accountably. As members of the scheme, we follow the Institute of Fundraising’s Codes of Fundraising Practice and comply with the key principles embodied in the Codes and in this Promise.

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  • Peter Arnold - Face to Face Fundraiser
  •  Nigel Hill - Face to Face Fundraiser
  • Adam Wardley - Face to Face Fundraiser
  • Genny Maskell - Face to Face Fundraiser
  • Leah Cardin - Face to Face Fundraiser