Volunteers helping with the Shining Ram's-Horn Snail Project
When you join Kent Wildlife Trust as a volunteer, you will be joining forces with over 800 like-minded people, all contributing invaluable skills and experience to ensure that we can continue our work as the county’s champion for all things wildlife.
And did we mention you’re likely to have great fun?
By volunteering with us, you will gain:
- Useful skills and experience
- Increased knowledge of wildlife conservation
- New friends with similar interests
- Good exercise (at least for some tasks!)
- A sense of achievement
- The satisfaction of knowing you are helping Kent's wildlife
We can’t do it without you. Our volunteers are an essential part of our team. Where appropriate, we offer training and development to help you to help us. And as your experience grows, so can we, which is great news for the thing which brings us all together – our wildlife.
Think volunteering might be for you? Have a look at the options on the menu above.
Listen to some of our volunteers at Blean talking about their experiences.
Also take a look at Volunteering Matters, the latest volunteer newsletter below.
All volunteers receive:
- A copy of our bi-annual newsletter, Volunteering Matters
- A 10% discount in our shops
- Reduced rates for Wildlife Study Days
- Travel expenses or mileage
- An invite to our volunteers' Christmas Party. This is an opportunity to meet other volunteers and celebrate all that has been achieved throughout the year with mince pies, mulled wine, mild mayhem and much merriment
If you would like to get involved in any aspect of our work please download and complete the form below or contact our Volunteer Development Officer, Sue Morris, telephone: 01622 662012.
As part of its commitment to volunteering in general, KCC through the Kent Volunteers Advisory Group have gathered together a number of stories about volunteers. All of whom have a well- being theme to them and have in a wide variety of ways had an impact on their health or of the people they have helped. Download the newsletter below.
|Volunteer Enquiry Form website.doc||75.5 KB|
|Kent Volunteers Advisory Group Newsletter.pdf||1.12 MB|
|Volunteering Matters, Winter 2014.pdf||588.1 KB|