There are some simple ways that you can help raise funds for the Severn Rivers Trust.
Do you ever shop on your computer? Did you know you can raise money for your favourite charity whilst doing so, at no cost to you? Every time you use the link www.easyfundraising.org.uk to access online shopping, the Severn Rivers Trust can receive up to 15% of each purchase you make. There are over 2,000 well known stores including Amazon, John Lewis and some insurance retailers, so get your wallet out and start spending! Happy Shopping!
Make a Donation
As a small charity the Severn Rivers Trust rely on donations from supporters in order to carry on with our important conservation work. You can help and provide a donation to the Trust. Your support for our work is hugely appreciated, giving us the means to work for the protection of wild places across the Severn Basin and to continue working with thousands of schoolchildren each year, hopefully nurturing the wildlife guardians of the future. Donate as much or as little as you can afford, your contribution is valuable to us and will go directly into improving the rivers and catchment across the Severn.
Supporters & Patrons
Supporters and Patrons are important to the ongoing success of the Severn Rivers Trust. By regular giving you can make a huge difference to the work we can do at the Severn Rivers Trust. You can donate as much or as little as you can afford. Supporters donate – £50 per year Patrons – £200 per year Please note that individual giving through Gift Aid means an extra 28p can be claimed for every pound you give us. To make a donation, contact us: email@example.com or follow the link below.
If you would like to give a gift of shares to enable us to carry out our work, this can be another way of continuing the work of the Severn Rivers Trust. This can be an easy way of giving, and can be tax effective. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Leave a gift in your will
We’re working hard ensuring a better future for the rivers and wildlife across the Severn region. But to do this, we need your help. No matter how small, leaving something to us in your Will really makes a difference. We channel every pound we receive into our conservation projects, so you can be confident that your gift will have a real impact, both now and in the future. By remembering the Severn Rivers Trust in your Will, you will ensure that nature has a voice for years to come. For more information please contact email@example.com
Corporate/ Project Sponsor Joining the Severn Rivers Trust allows your company to demonstrate its environmental and social commitment. By contributing to the Trust’s conservation work across your part of the Severn catchment, your membership has an immediate impact on the quality of environment in which your employees live and work. Why become a corporate member? Your company can help in a number of ways.
- Join as a corporate member
- Undertake a wildlife project on your site
- Contribute to local initiatives
Benefits to you
- Business excellence through social responsibility and employee engagement
- Positive brand image to support sales
- Legislative compliance and beyond
- PR capital
- Engagement and embedding of conservation into corporate strategy
- Improved staff morale
- Association with the only independent environmental charity fighting for the Severn and its wildlife
Become a Corporate Sponsor of the Severn Rivers Trust or sponsor a specific project. Your contributions will make a big difference. Corporate Sponsor – £250 per year [or include different levels
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Staff Environmental Leave Days
If you want to get your staff out on an away day, increase morale or they want to do something for their local area, why not organise an Environmental Leave day? It’s great for team building and your staff will feel invigorated by knowing they have done something for their local environment. Contact us: email@example.com
Angling and other Associations
We would like to see such bodies becoming Severn Rivers Trust supporters in their own right as well as encouraging their individual members to become either individual supporters or patrons. We are already working with a large number of local clubs and many undertake fantastic volunteering efforts on their waters – we can help with advice. The work of the SRT can only be achieved through the commitment of clubs, associations and other organisation with a concern for the rivers in our catchment. Organisation membership – £50 a year.