There are many ways you can help us grow and deliver our projects.
By volunteering, becoming a friend, supporting us with a donation or joining us a member of staff, intern or on a work placement, you will be helping us carry out important work in the city and become part of a passionate and committed team.
We want to make Birmingham a greener and healthier place to live. We can only achieve this with the help of our wonderful supporters. Donations from people like you are essential to ensure we can carry on our important work.
- £5 a month could help us run a cycle route-finding session to get more people in the city out of their cars and on their bikes.
- £10 a month could enable us to run outdoor education sessions which encourage children to value the natural environment.
- £25 a month could help us develop a digital eco-map in preparation for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, highlighting the cycle routes, ethical/green retailers, recycle points championing and promoting Birmingham as a sustainable city.
We have had people make major donations over a number of years to support our work, so if you would prefer to have a conversation about your donation then please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0121 4480119
“Thank you for showing me that I have a greater potential.” Gardening Volunteer
Volunteers are an integral part of our organisation. We value what you bring and seek to help you grow.
We are currently looking for volunteers to support our cycling, growing and education projects. Please get in touch email@example.com or call us on 0121 448 0119 to discuss our latest opportunities and how we can help each other.
We currently have no vacancies.
Why not take a look at other opportunities in the sector across the UK via www.environmentjob.co.uk
Internships & Placements
We currently have no opportunities for internships or work placements.
We generally offer one opportunity a year for each.
We are currently raising funds for the following projects. Your support will make a huge difference:
Cycling with Autism
Teaching people with additional needs how to cycle and maintain a bike. READ MORE
Power to Grow
Helping community groups set up a food growing space and maximise their impact. READ MORE
Wild Holiday Bunch
Forest School sessions out of school term time for 7-11 year olds. READ MORE
Teaching the importance of helping honey bees & other pollinators. READ MORE