Support us

Support us

Brown Hare by David Tipling/2020VISION

We rely on the support of our members and upon grants and donations; we are very grateful to all our funders and supporters.

From joining us as a membervolunteering to donating, shopping to leaving a gift in your Will, support us and play your part in helping wildlife across Worcestershire. There are many ways to get involved and help to support our work across the county and help wildlife near you.

We are registered with the Fundraising Regulator and are committed to ensuring that our fundraising complies with the Fundraising Code of Conduct. You can read our Fundraising Promise.

If you would like to support us in a specific way, please contact our Head of Resources, Mike Perry.


Book our meeting rooms

Please note that we are not currently taking bookings due to Covid-19 restrictions.

We have four fully-equipped rooms at Lower Smite Farm that are suitable for conferences, meetings or family occasions. Based just one mile from Junction 6 of the M5, Lower Smite Farm is easily accessible and is a beautiful venue with gardens and a farm trail for your delegates or guests to explore.

Why not take a closer look at our conference venue and meeting rooms pages.

Shop online

Our webstore

We have a range of gifts, books, cards and calendars in our online shop. All profits raised help wildlife right here in Worcestershire. 

Keep your bird feeders topped up

At Lower Smite Farm we stock a selection of bird food from conservation award-winning Vine House Farm Bird Foods (please note that Lower Smite Farm is currently closed due to Covid-19 restrictions). You can buy seed, fatballs and more from Vine House Farm Bird Foods and have it delivered to your door.

Raise money while you shop

We are registered with several websites who donate money every time you buy through them at no extra cost to you - just nominate Worcestershire Wildlife Trust as your chosen charity:

Amazon Smile
Easy Fundraising (so far raised more than £1000)
Paypal Giving Fund (for Ebay sellers - you can opt to donate some of your profits to us)


Dedicate a tree

Dedicate a fruit tree in our traditional orchard at Lower Smite Farm to a loved one or mark a family milestone or family celebration. 

For more information about the orchard and how to dedicate a tree, email


We're able to recycle mobile phones, ink cartridges, stamps, cameras, laptops, video cameras, electronic gaming devices, mp3 players, iPods etc.  

Lower Smite Farm is currently closed and our local group meetings are postponed due to Covid-19. Various companies allow you to recycle the above and other items, donating any proceeds to charities of your choice.

Share our stories

If you've got a social media account, why not find us, follow us and share our stories to your own friends, family and followers...

Find us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
Watch us on YouTube
Join us on Flickr

Book donations

We have gratefully received some remarkable donations of valuable zoological, botanical, ecological, geological, or general scientific interest books that have gone into our own library or been auctioned to raise funds that make a real difference to what the Trust can achieve.

If you think your books are of special zoological, botanical, ecological, geological, or general scientific interest value and you would like to donate them to the Trust please e-mail with the subject heading Book Donations and a description of the collection; if it’s one or a few books, please provide details of individual titles, authors, date and condition. We will come back to you as soon as we can to make arrangements for collection or give further advice.

Before you get in touch…

In the current climate the general second-hand book market does not appear to be moving quickly. As a result, our offices at Lower Smite Farm are overflowing with donated books about wildlife and nature.

Before you consider donating your books to the Trust we would ask that you assess them with these questions in mind:

  1. Are they of special zoological, botanical, ecological, geological, or general scientific interest value? If so, they could be appropriate for the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust library or be worthwhile selling at auction.
  2. Are they in good condition but part of incomplete sets or not out of the ordinary?
  3. Are they general guides and general nature books that have been well loved and used? The most loved and used guides could be valuable for other enthusiasts who browse the shelves of your local charity shops.
  4. Books can be expensive to post and to handle and transport in numbers so it pays to be realistic about the most cost-effective way of dealing with them. The best option may be for you to sell to a local book dealer or auction - you may wish to kindly donate all or some of the proceeds to the Trust.
  5. We have some regular givers who donate sums from books (or other items) that they sell on Ebay.

How do you find out if your book is of special zoological, botanical, ecological, geological, or general scientific interest value?

  • You can check the value of your books online. AbeBooks is a useful site where you can check values and compare the condition of your own volumes.
  • If you have a large collection of books it may be worth asking a local second-hand book dealer to assess them for you or check with auction houses in your area to see whether they provide free valuations.
  • Book dealers can offer very useful advice on what is saleable and may make you an offer for all or part of your collection depending on their interests.
  • Auction houses work on taking a percentage of the sale and will do their best to assemble interesting lots and give you realistic estimates of value.

Book your wildlife holiday

Would you like to raise money for the Trust whilst enjoying the spring flowers of the Burren or Mallorca, birdwatching on the Isle of Mull or from your houseboat in the Romanian Danube Delta or enjoying a ‘trip of a lifetime’ in Chile?

Wildlife Travel has been organising wildlife holidays in the UK and worldwide since 1988, with the aim of supporting nature conservation.  Wildlife Travel's profits are donated to Wildlife Trusts and they will make a donation to our Trust if you travel with them.

Their trips are ideal for Trust members, whether travelling as individuals, couples or friends, and focus on various interests including birds, flowers, other wildlife, landscape and culture.

No previous knowledge is needed and the pace is comfortable with a good standard of accommodation and travel.

Contact them direct on 01954 713575,  check their web page or download their 2020 wildlife holidays brochure for more information.

Buy binoculars

Opticron and The Wildlife Trusts have an exciting 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 Worcestershire 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.

Give a car

Giveacar is a not-for-profit that turns your unwanted car into a donation for any UK charity. They arrange collection of your car free of charge and the value raised is donated to a charity of your choice. The car will either be auctioned or scrapped and the money raised will then be donated to your nominated charity.

Why not discover other ways that you can support our work - just follow the links below.  Thank you