Join and help
Do you have a couple of hours to spare each month?Enjoy catching up with your friends over a drink at the nearby cafe?Perhaps you like to go for a pub lunch on Sunday with your family?Or maybe you venture out frequently to your local garden centre to purchase more plants for your ever-expanding garden?We are looking for volunteers in Nuneaton, Atherstone and Bedworth to join our ever-expanding pin badge volunteer team, and place and visit pin badge boxes in sites such as shops, pubs, cafes and garden centres. You can help to raise up to £1,000 a year for the RSPB in locations such as these! If you can help look after these boxes in the area then we would be delighted to hear from you. Together, we can all help to give nature a home by helping raise vital funds for conservation.
You will have the opportunity to get out and about in your local area and meet people, as well as enthusing others about the RSPB's work. The money that you raise will make a real difference - helping to save the UK's threatened wildlife and give nature a home.We can help you to gain skills and an insight to our work, and what's more, you can fit it easily into your regular routine! There is a local area co-ordinator who will be able to support you with your box management and assist you with any enquiries that you have.
You will ideally have a personable approach, good local knowledge, motivation, the initiative to work on one's own and good communication skills.You will need to be able to visit your sites every four to six weeks in order to collect and pay in all donations raised, as well as replenishing your boxes.
Minimum commitment: Visiting the outlet every 4-6 weeksDuration: OngoingPeriod: All year round
Mark BarrettTel: 07738 028371E-mail: Mark.Barrett@rspb.org.uk
You will receive friendly support and appropriate training, and we will also reimburse your travel costs by covering your expenses.The RSPB is the country's largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home. Together with our partners, we protect threatened birds and wildlife so our towns, coast and countryside will teem with life once again. We play a leading role in BirdLife International, a worldwide partnership of nature conservation organisations.
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