Voluntary Opportunties: Publicity and Fundraising

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Publicity and Fundraising vacancies: public relations, promotion including social media and fundraising. This section also includes membership promotion and recruitment roles.

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JOB: Youth Forum member
BE4: N / A
IV: --
LOC: Bristol, Weston-super-Mare and Bath (Avon)
PAY: Training for individuals needs
FOR: Avon Wildlife Trust

Avon Wildlife Trust is passionate about providing opportunities for the next generation to shape the future of our work and provide a platform for you to make your voice heard. If you are aged between 14 and 24, have a passion for wildlife and our environment this is the opportunity for you. You will meet with like-minded peers to develop projects and events to champion wildlife, become advocates for your generation to take positive action for the future, develop and deliver your vision for a Wilder Avon. We will support this role with training, genuine connection with our Board of Trustees and Senior Management Team, and inspiring opportunities to make a real difference to your local environment. Meeting are being held online at the moment. We ask that you attend all the monthly meetings and we will offer volunteering, team building and additional training opportunities throughout the year. More information:

JOB: Research Intern
BE4: 31-01-2021
IV: --
LOC: New Quay, Ceredigion
PAY: Training
FOR: Sea Watch Foundation

Please note that internships will be subject to whatever COVID restrictions are in place at the time. Interns are invited to assist the Sea Watch Foundation (SWF) with the running of the ‘Cardigan Bay Monitoring Project’. Interns’ tasks include: land-based surveys; boat-based surveys; photo-identification matching; data entry; raising public awareness; education initiatives and events. Interns are required from early April until October 2021. The research season is split into four periods: Period 1: April 12 - May 30; Period 2: May 31- July 18; Period 3: July 19 - September 5; Period 4: September 6 - October 24. All interns will be trained in cetacean observation and identification, in boat survey protocols, and photo-identification of bottlenose dolphins. If you are interested in this position, please contact Katrin on with a completed application form (available on the Sea Watch website and CV.

JOB: Advisory Committee (several roles)
IV: --
LOC: Remote
FOR: UK Youth for Nature

We know that there are a number of areas where we know we can improve our performance, knowledge and outcomes. An Advisory Committee would help us to ensure that our actions as an organisation and a movement are as impactful as they can be and are embedded in evidence, accuracy, and expertise. We are currently seeking advisors with the following expertise: diversity & inclusion; social media; campaign strategy; political strategy; mental health & education. Our initial proposal would be for an average of 1 day / month. However, the structure of the advisor’s position would be tailored according to their skills, expertise, availability, and own ideas, investment, and requirements. This could include: review of strategy documents and campaign materials, according to area of expertise, and suggestions for improvement; training and advice; targeted sessions; specific queries and advice. For more information please contact

JOB: Newsletter Compiler
BE4: N / A
LOC: Newhaven, East Sussex
FOR: Greenhavens Network

Are you creative? Do you like writing? Do you love our green spaces? Would you like to give something back to your community? Greenhavens Network connects communities and green spaces, with 3000 members we continue to grow and are looking for people who would be keen to rekindle our monthly newsletter. The environment, climate change and biodiversity are all topics we care passionately about and if you do too we would love to hear from you. We are a volunteer community led group, who passionately believe we can make magic happened in our communities. If this excites you, check out our website and Facebook group and email us on #greenhavensnetwork If you would like to contact our Committee Members or Greenhavens Advisors directly, please go to our website where their full details can be found

JOB: Volunteer Members of Local Access Forum
BE4: 29-01-2021
LOC: East Riding of Yorkshire
FOR: East Riding of Yorkshire Council & Hull City Council

East Riding of Yorkshire Council, in partnership with Hull City Council, is seeking to recruit up to five new volunteers to the East Riding of Yorkshire and Kingston upon Hull Joint Local Access Forum (JLAF) in early 2021. The JLAF – a statutory advisory forum which works closely with local authorities and other local bodies to help improve public rights of way and access to green spaces in the area – is consulted on a range of local and national matters relating to public access. Members of the forum include walkers, cyclists, horse riders, landowners and representatives of other outdoor interests. Applications are invited from interested parties with a knowledge and passion for public access and sustainable travel in the local area, and especially welcome from relevant interest groups that are currently under-represented on the Forum. To read the JLAF’s latest annual report, and to find out more about this exciting and engaging voluntary role (and how to apply), interested parties can visit or contact the forum secretary at For further general information, please contact Steve Howdle in the rural policy and partnerships team at East Riding of Yorkshire Council at

JOB: Devon Wildlife Trust is seeking new Trustees
BE4: 27-01-2021*
IV: --
LOC: Across Devon
FOR: Devon Wildlife Trust

Our Board of Trustees plays a pivotal role in shaping the direction of the charity and ensuring that it is run properly and effectively. Trusteeship is a voluntary role where people who care about Devon’s wildlife work together to provide strong leadership for the charity and help it to achieve its vision of a Devon rich in wildlife, for everyone and valued by all. Whatever your motivations for becoming a Trustee at DWT, you will play a leading role in safeguarding Devon’s stunning wildlife and wild places for future generations. *If shortlisted, you will be invited to meet the Nominations & Development Committee during the fortnight beginning 15 February 2021. Appointments will be confirmed in March. Induction for new Trustees. You can find out further information about DWT, the role of a Trustee and how to apply by downloading the Candidate Information & Application Pack from