If you care about your local wildlife and its future then please support The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales in whatever way you can, membership significantly helps us take care of our local wildlife.
You can support our work in many ways. You can become a member, give a donation or leave us a legacy in your Will. You can become a volunteer and help us in a wide range of areas, or you can support our campaigns and give us a stronger voice. This section of the site will tell you how you can get involved.
Membership is vital in supporting our work. Your contribution makes the Trust even more effective and every member strengthens the voice of the Trust.
If you are unable to make a regular commitment to our work, why not make a donation to show your support and help us to protect precious wildlife habitats on your behalf?
We have several adoption schemes which help fund important conservation projects across the Trust’s reserves and also to help preserve and improve wildlife habitats. The most popular is our Protect-a-Puffin scheme.
We have many practical ways in which volunteers can help our conservation effort. Volunteers are essential to the Trust. Whatever your interest and ability your spare time is valuable to us.
Volunteers can be any age and can be experienced or inexperienced. Whether you are looking for training and experience to pursue a career in conservation, looking to keep fit and meet new people in your spare time, or looking for a new challenge following retirement or during a career break, we can offer you a range of opportunities!
Are you involved with or do you own a business that is environmentally aware and cares about its impact on wildlife? There are a number of ways we can work with the corporate sector to create effective partnerships benefiting our wildlife heritage.
Legacies are a way of giving so that future generations can enjoy the benefits of nature.
Shop on-line and the Trust receives a donation for what you buy.
Would you like to learn more about the wildlife on you doorstep and meet other people with an interest in wildlife? The local Groups of the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales have a full programme of events. These events can range from guided walks, to quizzes or academic talks from the experts, to coffee mornings.
Your support counts. Please help.