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British Trust for Conservation Volunteers BTCV, Buckinghamshire Charity Profile
BTCV is registered in England as a limited company (976410) and as a charity in England (261009) and Scotland (SCO39302).The charity was set up in 1959, and has a successful history of environmental conservation volunteering throughout the UK and around the world. Our Annual Report and Facts and Figures provide essential information about BTCV.
Working with and supporting BTCV can be a rewarding experience for corporate partners, the Government, Big Lottery Fund, local authorities, government agencies such as English Nature and individual donors.
British Trust for Conservation Volunteers BTCV, Buckinghamshire Volunteer Information
You can join in every once in a while or every week - the choice is yours. You will find yourself in a variety of different and beautiful locations. You will have the chance to try out a variety of tasks from tree planting to dry stone walling, footpath construction to creating wildlife habitats.
British Trust for Conservation Volunteers BTCV, Buckinghamshire Donation Information
Our global environment faces many challenges, not least of which is climate change. BTCV inspires people to improve their environment through practical action, and build a sense of community for everyone who lives there. We work with communities across the UK and internationally developing practical solutions to improve biodiversity and encouraging people to understand why that work is important in the global context.
Our trained staff and volunteers are the catalyst for many people and communities to take practical action to protect and improve their environment. By supporting BTCV you enable us to engage, educate and inspire local people and communities to care for and about their environment, locally and globally.
British Trust for Conservation Volunteers BTCV, Buckinghamshire
In The News
Green fingers help create wildlife haven
371 days ago From Harrow Times
HARROW, U K - The event, the latest in the council's Green Grid Scheme, aimed to improve the borough's open spaces for people and wildlife and improve the connections between them. Volunteers teamed up with Harrow Council and conservation charity BTVC to c ...