Surrey Wildlife Trust

Surrey Wildlife Trust manages almost 8000 hectares of land in Surrey (5% of the county) with wildlife in mind and for the enjoyment of local people. 

We speak up for wildlife by advising decision makers and ensuring wildlife has a voice and share our knowledge of wildlife at every opportunity, through our education services to schools, adult learning courses and events. Our hands-on approach of caring for nature reserves and advising other landowners on managing land for nature has transformed the fortunes of some of Surrey's most threatened species. 

We work with schools, communities and volunteers across Surrey to inform and involve people in nature. Over 15,000 children and young people now benefit annually from a wide variety of outdoor learning courses and activities. 

Volunteer with us
As a volunteer you will be joining a network of nearly 2,000 like-minded people who are involved in protecting Surrey's wildlife and countryside. 

Whether you can spare a few hours of a full day, volunteering is a chance to make a positive contribution to improving your local area, while learning useful skills, making new friends and increasing your knowledge of wildlife conservation.

There are plenty of opportunities, from practical conservation on our reserves, education future generations, assisting with events, to training for a career in conservation.

Surrey Wildlife Trust
School Lane
GU24 0JN

Website: www.surreywildlifetrust.org
Email: volunteers@surreywt.org.uk
Tel: 01483 795464


Voluntary Action Reigate & Banstead

Voluntary Action Reigate & Banstead (VARB) is a local charity that supports voluntary, community and faith sector organisations in the borough of Reigate & Banstead.

We also support volunteering by promoting volunteer opportunities and placing individual and corporate volunteers with local voluntary organisations.

Voluntary Action Reigate & Banstead (VARB)
Suite 1, Floor 2, Tower House
3 Cromwell Road

Website: www.varb.org.uk
Tel: 01737 763156



The Aspire project is designed to help and support anyone who faces challenges in their life into volunteering. We have a dedicated Project worker who will work with the potential volunteer in a non-judgemental and supportive manner.

We can also provide support for attending interviews, help with journey planning and much more. 

Website: www.vae.org.uk/aspire-supported-volunteering
Email: eamonn@vae.org.uk
Tel: 01372 463587 or 07770 931932


The UK's national volunteering database, Do-it.org makes it easy for anyone to volunteer in their community. 

Do-it.org lists over 1m volunteering opportunities that are posted by volunteer centres, national/local charities and voluntary groups. Enabling 200,000 people every month to donate their time and build their skills, Do-it ensures that almost 50,000 organisations find the help they need to provide vital services to the community. 

Website: www.do-it.org
Email: info@do-it.org