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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

30 Days Wild

Take part in the UK’s biggest nature challenge!

The Wildlife Trusts’ 30 Days Wild asks you to do one WILD thing a day for the whole month of June, to encourage you to spend time in nature and help wildlife. Think watching the birds, digging a mini-pond, taking photos of a beetle and going plastic-free. We have four different packs available, for individuals and families, schools, care homes and businesses. Find out more on our 30 Days Wild webpage here.

Take part in our June nature challenge!

Get any questions? Get in touch

12 Days Wild

Our mini, festive version of 30 Days Wild takes place each year over the traditional 12 days of Christmas, 25 December – 5 January.
Wildlife is just as beautiful in winter, so make sure to enjoy it!
Find out more here.

Teemill clothing range

Got a question about a clothing order? Get in touch

Jobs

Find a job

Each individual Wildlife Trust handles their own recruitment so if you have any questions about a specific role please contact the Wildlife Trust advertising the role.

Volunteering

Each Wildlife Trust has a large number of both regular and casual volunteers. Find your local Trust and start your volunteering adventure today!

Find opportunities near you

Media enquiries

Are you writing a story or want to find out more about anything here? Contact our media team at press@wildlifetrusts.org. The Wildlife Trusts can provide stories, quotes and features about our stunning wild places, fabulous events and nature conservation work across the UK. You can also keep up to date with all our latest press releases. For regional enquiries please contact your local Wildlife Trust.

Business enquiries

Donation

  • Business donations are gratefully received online. You can also get in touch and we will send you BACS bank details.
  • If you would like to tell your customers that you are making a donation in relation to sales of goods and/services then to comply with charity and fundraising law, you might need to enter into a Commercial Participation Agreement with us. Tell us how your business, product or service link to nature and fit with our environmental values.

Fundraising or Charity of the year

  • This fundraising pack is full of ideas! It’s really easy to ‘fundraise in aid of’ a local Wildlife Trust or The Wildlife Trusts through Just Giving.
  • If you would like us to be your charity partner of the year, then please tell us more about your fundraising plans and ambitions

Managing land for nature

Partnership

  • Work with a Wildlife Trust local to you, you can find them here
  • See examples of our work with national businesses and get in touch about working together for common cause, for example funding a species reintroduction, habitat restoration, employability or even community wellbeing project.

Sponsorship

  • Contact us to find out more about investing in nature-based solutions such as restoring peatlands, reintroducing species, community wellbeing or green employment projects.

Supply of products or services

  • Tell us how your business, product or service will contribute to our environmental aims and goals.

Volunteering

  • Anyone can sign up as an individual for a variety of local volunteering opportunities with their local Wildlife Trust, however, these do typically require regular attendance. 
  • Pricing for organised team volunteering, or Wild Work Days as we call them, can be discussed with a local Wildlife Trust or at a national level as part of an annual agreement. Contact us.

 

Campaigning

  • Having problems with one of our campaign actions?
    Occasionally, supporters tell us about problems with filling in online campaign forms. We find that if you autofill your contact details using cookies on your device, it can add extra spaces or digits to your email address or postcode. Please try entering your details again manually. If the problem remains, please send a screenshot of the error message you receive to campaigning@wildlifetrusts.org
  • Are you sharing a reply from your MP?
    We always appreciate feedback, and it really helps us to know how your representatives react to our campaigns. You can send these to campaigning@wildlifetrusts.org
    You can find more information about contacting our MP on our webpage and our campaigns homepage gives you more information about each of our campaigns to help you write your email.
  • Are you getting in touch about an issue or local campaign in your area?
    Our movement is made up of 46 independent Wildlife Trusts, each working hard to care for and protect wildlife and wild spaces. Your local Wildlife Trust is best placed to support you with any questions around local campaigns. Find your local Wildlife Trust here.

Make a complaint

Complaints Policy

The Wildlife Trusts want to exceed your expectation in everything we do. However, we know that there may be times when we do not meet our own high standards. When this happens, we want to hear about it, in order to deal with the situation as quickly as possible and put measures in place to stop it happening again.

Read our complaints policy or make a complaint

General enquiries
We love to hear from you and to see your photos and videos of local wildlife but unfortunately, we have very limited capacity to answer all enquiries. We are unable to help with enquires related to injured wildlife, unwanted wildlife in your garden, wildlife crime or enquires linked to planning applications. 
For these areas, and other FAQs, please see the guidance at the top of this page. 

Membership enquiries
If you have a membership enquiry, please get in touch with your local Wildlife Trust

Find out more about membership

Business enquiries
We work with businesses in lots of ways, and you can read about the types of relationships we hold within the FAQs at the top of this page. Please follow the directions within the FAQs to help us respond to your enquiry efficiently.

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Postal Address

The Wildlife Trusts,
The Kiln,
Mather Road,
Newark
United Kingdom
NG24 1WT

Phone: 01636 677711 
We are open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

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Registered Charity Number: 207238

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