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Your support matters

From becoming a member to running a marathon and fundraising for us, there are lots of ways you can help Staffordshire Wildlife Trust to look after the wildlife and wild places in your county. 

Be part of something special

Credit: Nick Upton

Our network

There are 46 Wildlife Trusts covering the whole of the UK - usually one per county. Everybody's experience with wildlife is personal and joining your local Wildlife Trust can help you to discover more about nature in your local area. 

By becoming a member of Staffordshire Wildlife Trust your money will help look after the wildlife and wild places in your local area, and will support your Trust in their work to inspire people about nature, including working with local schools and communities.


Our network

Together we make a difference

The Wildlife Trusts network of 46 Trusts with your support, have:

  • Protected more than 95,000 hectares of land for wildlife - woods, meadows, lakes, hills, beaches and urban nature reserves.
  • 130 visitor and education centres where people can learn about nature
  • Reached around half a million children through our education work, junior membership and nature clubs
  • Run marine conservation projects around the coast and stand up for the wildlife that lives in our seas.

Be part of something special, join your local Trust, Staffordshire Wildlife Trust

David Attenborough

Credit: Frank Noon

Nature needs us and we need it

"The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone to join them" Sir David Attenborough.

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Wildlife needs you

Staffordshire's Wildlife and wild places need your support  


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Leave a lasting gift to wildlife

You can help to make sure Staffordshire's beautiful wildlife and wild places can be enjoyed by future generations for years to come by leaving a gift in your Will.

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The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in protecting our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to join them

Sir David Attenborough


We need help to raise money for specific wildlife and wild places projects. See our current appeals below

Craddocks Moss

We are embarking on our most ambitious goal ever, to put nature back into recovery across the county. 

This is part of a national movement, #30by30, which is aiming to give 30% of the UKs land and water back to nature by 2030.  To kick start this mission, we are hoping to raise as much as we can to purchase Craddocks Moss, a unique habitat for threatened wildlife - and we need your help.

Find out more

Credit: Ben Whiles

Badger - find out more about the cull

Photo by Andrew Parkinson 2020vision 

Badger Appeal

How you can help
A snipe at Gun Moor

Credit: Margaret Holland 

Gun Moor Appeal

Make a donation

Other ways to help