You can give to the trust directly with a donation. You can also give to us when you shop online, with easyfundraising, or you can play the Worcester Lottery and nominate us as your cause, and you can purchase trail guides and geological essentials from our shop.
Practical help is always needed from volunteers, either on current projects, or through the ongoing activities of site maintenance, manning our outreach stalls, or helping in the office.
As a Friend, you subscribe to our aims and become a full voting member of our organisation, able to advise and influence the direction of the Trust. Find out more.
Seven ways to help and support the Trust
Every donation helps the Trust to meet its geo-conservation goals. You can give to the trust with regular payments or by a one-off donation.
Every penny will help to protect and conserve our Earth Heritage and to share its fascinating story through online and printed information and by access to well-managed sites.
Become a Friend
If you become a friend, you join a group of geo-conservation enthusiasts, ranging from highly skilled professionals to interested amateurs and everything in between.
As a Friend of the HWEHT, you become more involved and exercise full voting rights to advise and influence. You subscribe to the aims of the trust and pay a small annual subscription.
As a volunteer, you work alongside geology enthusiasts: professionals, academics and amateurs.
… you could visit our geosites to help with field work, site monitoring or site clearance…
… or you could share your interests with the public by helping on our outreach stalls…
… or you could apply your specialist skills to help with back-stage tasks.
If you leave money to the trust in your will, you can be sure it will benefit geo-conservation in a very special way.
Recent bequests have supported the trust in quite different ways.
A generous gift from a Friend who was also a keen supporter of the Severn Valley Railway is being used to develop a new Trail Guide along the route of the railway.
A gift from another generous supporter has enabled us to develop this website, giving an enormous boost to our ability to reach out to the community and promote the values of Earth Heritage and geo-conservation.
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