Environmental days for employees
Why not involve and motivate your staff by taking part in our employee volunteering opportunities? Enjoy the sense of achievement of working outdoors on one of our beach clean or practical conservation days.
Corporate volunteering offers fantastic team-building and staff development opportunities. These volunteer days can be used to give back to your local community while getting out of the office and working together.
Newcastle Building society completing a beach clean at Beadnell and Annstead.
Coast Care can offer volunteer days throughout the year. Activities may involve invasive species removal, beach cleans, working with local community groups, building and installing bird boxes, restoring broken fences etc. Different activities are available throughout the year so please contact the team to find out more.
Corporate volunteer days can be tailored to suit. We take care of the insurance, risk assessments and provide everyone with a safety briefing before the day begins.
VirginMoney after a morning of invasive species removal
Environmental volunteering has a range of benefits:
Everyone wins: environmental volunteering benefits the individual, local community and local environment. It is also be beneficial to your organisation by developing close work relationships.
Something for everyone: there is a range of environmental opportunities to suit all ages, abilities and interests.
Common language: volunteering in the environmental sector provides a common ground and a shared purpose for all independent of age, gender, ethnic background, socioeconomic status or knowledge of environmental management.
Volunteering allows you the opportunity to learn new skills, improve your health, well being and quality of life.
If you are interested in a corporate event please contact
With support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, we are working together with Northumberland Wildlife Trust, Seahouses Development Trust and Northumberland Coast AONB to look after our coastal environment.
Pirri Pirri or to give it it’s scientific name Acaena novae-zelandiae is a prickly problem on the ...
As a volunteer for Coast Care I was invited to visit the Materials Recycling Facility in West Sleekb...