Volunteer Fundraiser - Pembrokeshire (Tins)

Posted:
Tuesday 3 January 2006
Vacancy type:
Raise money to save nature, Volunteering at home
Location:
At home

What we're looking for

Do you have a couple of hours spare every month? By placing and visiting pin badge/collecting boxes in shops and busy locations near you, you can raise a potential £1,000 every year for the RSPB! If you can help look after some of these in your local area, we would love to hear from you.

The skills you need

A friendly and personable approach, a high level of motivation, good communication skills and an ability to work on own initiative. Knowledge of shops, businesses and tourist attractions near you will be helpful. The pin badge box will need re-stocking and the money collecting every 4-6 weeks (dependant on site) at your convenience and collecting boxes needed emptying on a 6-8 week basis (again, depending on the site). The money will need counting and banking at a post office nominated by you. Basic computer skills (including knowledge of Excel) are desirable but not essential.

Your time

Minimum:
Visiting the outlet every 4-6 weeks
Duration:
Ongoing
Period:
All year round

What's in it for you?

Easy way to raise valuable funds to assist the RSPB's nature and wildlife conservation work. An enjoyable opportunity to get out and about in your local area to meet people and chat to them about the RSPB and its work. The RSPB is an active and exciting conservation charity, the largest in Europe! We can help you gain skills and give you a valuable insight into our work.

How to apply

Contact

Julie George, Wales HQ
Tel: 029 2035 3000
Email: Julie.George@rspb.org.uk

Notes

No knowledge of birds required! Appropriate training and friendly support will be provided and expenses will be re-imbursed where necessary. The RSPB speaks out for birds and wildlife, tackling the problems that threaten our environment. We rely upon memberships and donations to fund our work. By volunteering your time and skills, you could make a real difference to the work of the RSPB. Nature is amazing – help us keep it that way.

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