Other ways to help

There are many ways to help us - from shopping through our website to recycling ink cartridges...

Visit our shop for virtual gifts.

Easy Fundraising

Whenever you shop online, you could be raising a free donation for Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.  Register with Easy Fundraising and each time you shop with your favourite retailers, they'll donate a percentage of the amount you spend to us to say thank you for shopping with them.  Just visit the Easy Fundraising site to get started.

This has raised over £700 for our conservation work.

Visit Morton Hall Gardens

Morton Hall GardensBook a visit to Morton Hall Gardens between Inkberrow and Redditch and your admission fee will be split 50/50 between Worcestershire Wildlife Trust and the National Gardens Scheme.

You'll need pre-book a visit with a minimum of 10 people.  Availability, costs and more details can be found on their website.

Buy Wildlife Trust binoculars

Opticron and The Wildlife Trusts have launched an exciting new range of binoculars for wildlife-watchers. The Oregon range of binoculars are branded with our badger logo; for every pair sold a donation will be made to The Wildlife Trusts. Worcester-based shop The Birder's Store will donate 10% direct to Worcesteshire Wildlife Trust for every pair they sell. Visit The Birder's Store online shop or drop into see them in King Charles Place, St Johns, Worcester.

Pink & Greene

Buy your cards from www.pinkandgreene.com and choose us as your charity and we'll get a donation.

Dedicate a tree

Dedicate a fruit tree in our traditional orchard to a loved one, or to mark a milestone or family celebration.

For more information about the orchard at Lower Smite Farm and how to dedicate a tree, download our Dedicate a Tree leaflet.

Ebay & Missionfish

We're registered with Missionfish so if you're a seller on Ebay you can opt to donate some of your profits to us.

Recycling 

We're able to recycle mobile phones, ink cartridges, stamps, cameras, laptops, video cameras, electronic gaming devices, mp3 players, iPods etc.  You can drop them off at Lower Smite Farm (office hours) or at your local group meeting.

Contact Becky on 01905 754919 or becky@worcestershirewildlifetrust.org