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What we do

South West Wildlife Fundraising Ltd (SWWFL) recruits members for eight Wildlife Trusts in the UK and is owned and run by these charities. Our teams of face-to-face membership recruiters work at venues and events to secure regular financial support for their local Wildlife Trust.

The Wildlife Trusts work to protect local wildlife for the future, and help people to get closer to nature. Scroll down to click on their links. Find out more about SWWFL

Join us

We have teams of committed people of all ages from a range of backgrounds, who want to make a difference for wildlife and earn good money in the process.

Our recruiters enjoy a job that is flexible, meaningful and highly valued by the Wildlife Trusts they serve. We are always looking for recruiters to join our team. Find out more

Campaign for a #WilderFuture

It’s not too late to bring our wildlife back. Sadly, since we first met Badger, Ratty, and friends in 1908, the UK has become one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world.  The Wildlife Trusts have re-imagined ‘Wind in the Willows’ in 2019, shedding light on some of the problems our wildlife faces every day.  We’ve reached a point where our natural world is in critical condition and needs our help to put it into recovery.

“I am backing The Wildlife Trusts’ campaign to rally people to secure a “wilder future” by restoring large areas of wildlife habitat, in city and country.  What we create may not look exactly like the countryside that Kenneth Grahame drew such inspiration from, but our wildlife won’t mind just so long as it has the places it needs to live and thrive”  Sir David Attenborough

Join the campaign!

It’s not too late to bring our wildlife back, but we must act now.  Join the campaign and receive simple actions you can take for nature’s recovery.

We are owned by eight Wildlife Trusts

SWWFL is wholly owned by eight Wildlife Trusts across the South and West.
Working together, we reduce our costs ensuring even more is raised to protect our wildlife and countryside.

Hampshire &
Isle of Wight



Latest news

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