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What is SWWFL?

South West Wildlife Fundraising Ltd (SWWFL) is owned by 8 Wildlife Trusts in the UK and provides membership recruitment services for these charities. These fantastic local charities work to protect local wildlife for the future.

Set up and run by the charities it supports, SWWFL manages teams of Membership Recruiters, who work to secure regular financial support for their local Wildlife Trust. Click the links below to find out more about the Wildlife Trusts.

Work for SWWFL

We have a great Team at SWWFL. Committed individuals of all ages and 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 which is highly valued by the Wildlife Trusts they serve. We are always looking for recruiters to join our team – click the tab below to find out more.

Our Owning 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.

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Say YES to Wildlife!

Our local wildlife is amazing and makes where we live unique and special. But 6 out of 10 UK species are under threat. Thankfully, the Wildlife Trusts are working hard to secure its future through direct conservation, education and community projects. But we can’t do it without the support of our members. Especially as leading experts from 51 conservation organisations have recently pooled expertise to publish the State of Nature report for 2016. It’s a wakeup call for us all. 51% of UK species have declined, and 15% face extinction. Nature conservation projects like those of the Wildlife Trusts can reverse wildlife decline. That’s why we, alongside BBC Countryfile’s Ellie Harrison, are asking you to Say YES to Wildlife.

Latest News

For a complete rundown of the latest news from the Wildlife Trusts in the South and West region – see our Latest News Page.

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