WWOOF is looking for new Trustees

Apr 6, 2021

If Covid-19 has taught us anything, it’s how important a meaningful connection to nature, our food, our Earth and each other is. Do you want to help more people find a way to experience that connection first-hand and to understand what a low impact way of life is truly about? 

We are looking for several new Trustees to join our current group of six to help us reach a larger number of people in 2021, which also happens to be our 50th year. 

We welcome interest from anyone who believe WWOOFing can help make a better, fairer and greener world. You don’t have to be or have been a member of WWOOF UK but you do need to have energy and commitment to help WWOOF UK change and develop to make WWOOFing the ‘go to’ way for everyone to experience and learn about sustainable ways of living and growing. Our current Trustee group of six has a good gender and age balance, but we’d especially like to broaden its diversity and expertise. A majority of existing trustees are not active in social media and none have a BAME background.

Please note that this is a voluntary unpaid position. 

Think you can help? To find out more please contact us.

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