Volunteers help us branch out
We cherish, campaign for and look after the country's woods, old and new and their associated wildlife. But we can't do it without you. Volunteers have been involved at every level of the Woodland Trust's work over the last 40 years and are an integral and valued part of our team and strategy. However long you've got, whatever your interests or strengths, you can help the UK's largest woodland conservation charity to make a difference.
The current volunteering positions are diverse and range from green-fingered woodland working group members, wildlife monitors, tree health recorders, even admin support and lead volunteers at the eco-friendly Grantham headquarters. If you only have a small amount of time to give, consider more informal ways of supporting us. Remember, every minute you give matters.
View current opportunities1
All of our current opportunities are online, if you can’t see what you are looking for please keep checking back.
Meet some of the volunteers2
89% would recommend volunteering for the Trust to other people. Read what they have to say...
Meet some of our volunteers
Other ways to help3
Coming soon in April an exclusive website for our volunteers to view up to date news and updates from the Trust.
Informal ways to support us