We always welcome volunteers, particularly on our district committees, but also at events, on campaigns and in the office.  Please contact the office on 01233 714540 or via our enquiry form.

Below is a list of some of the roles for which we would like volunteers:

Help by coming along and staffing a CPRE stall at a local event such as the Kent Show, Vintage Fairs, village fetes
Help our office to organise an event such as a garden party, an awards event or a photographic competition
Organise a litter pick in your area, take photos and send them in
Start a community herb/wild flower garden, take photos and tell us all about it!
Become our Events Co-ordinator
Become a CPRE Kent member
Buy gift CPRE memberships for friends and family for Christmas, birthdays, and thank you presents
Help in the Charing office to follow up on contacts made at local events
Writing and communications
Write a blog post for us on an aspect of the Kent countryside
Do an email interview on ‘Why I became a CPRE member’, ‘Why I volunteer for CPRE’ or ‘Why I have decided to leave a legacy to CPRE’
Contact your local newsletter and ask if we can write an article about CPRE, free, for its pages
Drop off issues of our periodical ‘Kent Voice’ and CPRE leaflets
village centre
Contact your Parish Council about it becoming an institutional member of CPRE
Go into your local school and run one of our ‘Across the Generations’ projects for CPRE
Send us the name of possible corporate sponsors you know
Send us the name of any celebrity you know and would be willing to approach on our behalf
Help us to join in with other conservation charities such as The Kent Wildlife Trust, or The Woodland Trust in their tree planting project
Become our Outreach Volunteer
Offer a prize for a CPRE raffle, quiz or awards ceremony
Offer a donation once or regularly
Tell us if you have special skills in e.g., photography, video editing, responding to planning applications, writing grant applications, competition judging
Help protect the English countryside in future by offering us a legacy
Interested in these or other ideas? If so, come and talk to us!