Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre - New Quay - West Wales - (click for project page)
Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre, based in New Quay, west Wales is dedicated to raising awareness of the local marine environment in Cardigan Bay and the Irish Sea. The CBMWC was originally established in 1996 by members of the local community, run by a marine interest group of the local Wildlife Trust. From the 1st April 2015 the CBMWC became fully integrated into the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) and delivers much of the Trusts Living Seas program of work as well as hosting the Living Seas Marine Team of staff and volunteers.
Cetacean Research & Rescue Unit - Banff - Scotland - (click for project page)
Conducting advanced training courses in marine wildlife rescue, the CRRU also operates... the only specialist response team in Scotland for live-stranded whales and dolphins. The fully-equipped team (scientists, veterinarians and qualified volunteers) are skilled and experienced to act and advise at the scene of a stranding with first aid, veterinary treatment and re-floatation procedures as required.
Cyrenians - Edinburgh, Scotland - (click for project page)
Cyrenians has two residential communities. The Farm Community is based 10 miles from the centre of Edinburgh in a tranquil rural location. Each community has up to eight residents aged 16-30, who come to live in the communities as a result of being homeless. The purpose of the Communities is to support the residents to develop their confidence, skills and abilities in order to begin to live independently and, eventually, to move to a more sustainable living environment away from personal crisis.
Doctors of the World UK- Project London - (click for project page)
Project: London is an advocacy project that provides information, advice and practical assistance to marginalised and vulnerable people to help them access NHS and other services.
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust - Trinity - Jersey - (click for project page)
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust is an international charity working globally to save species from extinction.
The long and short is that there are currently more animals threatened with extinction than there has ever been. Rather than let the lesser-known animals go down the proverbial 'plug-hole', we follow the lead of our founder, Gerald Durrell and swim against the 'current'.
Flat Holm Project - Cardiff Bay - Wales - UK - (click for project page)
Flat Holm Island is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Geological Conservation Review Site and Local Nature Reserve. Education, conservation and buildings management go hand in hand. Home to one of the largest Lesser Black Backed Gull colonies in Wales and home to the rare Wild Leek.
Flat Holm is an island just 5 miles from the coast of South Wales. The project runs the Island as a nature reserve and between March and October runs trips for the public. The island is rich in wildlife and steeped in history and is accessed by boat.
Hessilhead Wildlife Rescue Trust - Beith Ayrshire - Scotland - UK - (click for project page)
Hessilhead Wildlife Rescue has facilities and experience to treat all species of Scottish wildlife. Facilities at the Centre include an intensive care unit, a swan/seal hospital with indoor pool, a hedgehog unit, a surgery with x-ray equipment and more than 60 outdoor aviaries, enclosures and release pens.
Hessilhead is primarily a voluntary organisation. Volunteers help in many ways such as fund...raising, building and maintenance, driving patients to Hessilhead and daily cleaning and feeding.
Sea Watch Foundation - Cardigan Bay - Wales - UK - (click for project page)
Sea Watch, through its continuous programme of research and monitoring, provides invaluable information on changes to the status and distribution of cetacean populations and the condition of their habitats. This is used to raise awareness of any issues and prompt environmental change to help conserve & protect these mysterious creatures. Sea Watch works tirelessly with environmental and government bodies to provide information, data and evidence leading to the better protection and conservation of cetacean populations in British and Irish waters.
Wildlife For All - Sussex - England - UK - (click for project page)
We manage our own nature reserves in Sussex and South Africa. Komsberg Wilderness Nature Reserve in South Africa is huge with fantastic wildlife.
We protect endangered species and threatened habitats. Our no-nonsense education focuses on the need for a deeper approach to nature conservation.
We all purposely work as non-paid professionals. As we don't waste money paying ourselves, all donations are spent on genuine needs such as buying land for nature. We are looking for individuals who really want to help make a difference. We strongly encourage and train our team members to be the best they can be. We are unusually successful, focusing on achievement. This is an exciting and unique opportunity to do something meaningful. We are only interested in people who really want to give and do what is needed. We don't take on casual volunteers who want to do a little bit when it suits them.
Trees for Life - Forres - Scotland - UK - (click for project page)
We are an award-winning conservation charity working to restore the ancient Caledonian Forest to the Scottish Highlands. We aim to restore self-sustaining ecosystems, by regenerating and expanding native forests, open habitats, flora and fauna, in an area of over 1,000 square miles in the heart of the Highlands.
To engage individuals in the practical restoration work and to promote understanding of healthy ecosystems.
WDCS - The Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society - Moray - Scotland - UK - (click for project page)
Whale and Dolphin Conservation is the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins, defending them against the many threats they face through campaigns, lobbying, advising governments, science, and rescue.
The Monkey Sanctuary - Cornwall - England - UK - (click for project page)
Wild Futures is the only UK charity with the holistic approach that combines an educational and environmental remit dedicated to promoting the welfare, conservation and survival of our closest living relatives, the non-human primates; working to end the primate trade and abuse of primates in captivity, promoting the rehabilitation of captive primates and the preservation of those in the wild, whilst operating a sanctuary for primates in need of a long term home.