Volunteers’ Week 2018 – Special WWOOFer Offer.

May 31, 2018

This week is National Volunteers’ Week – 1st – 7th June 2018.

Without numerous pairs of helping hands WWOOF UK would not exist, so we’d like to take a moment to say thank you to you for getting your hands dirty and supporting the organic movement with us.

Maybe you know someone else who’d like to join in with the fun?

If you introduce them to WWOOF UK we’ll give then £5 off the joining fee and extend your membership by 3 months as another thank you!

Just tell them to:

  1. Go to www.wwoof.org.uk click on the green join as a UK WWOOFer button and follow the instructions.
  2. Use this code when prompted: NATVOLWE.
  3. Enter the email address you used when you joined WWOOF when asked who introduced them to WWOOF UK.

 

They will get the special money off WWOOFer rate and you’ll automatically get the 3 month extension to your membership.

Have a wonderful National Volunteers’ Week 2018!

For more information about other events as part of Volunteers’ Week click here.

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