Volunteering & Sponsorship


Volunteers Volunteer Info

Willing to volunteer? The RDT undertakes a wide range of programmes from Electro fishing, Invertebrate monitoring to Invasive plant control all of which require assistance from volunteers to some degree. From school pupils, students to offshore workers and retiree's there are a wide range of activities or projects which you can assist the Trust with. The RDT will provide the experience, equipment and any required training to equip the volunteer with the skills and accreditation to undertake the task to a proficient level. Volunteer work ensures that the RDT is able to gather that vital information to help manage the catchment appropriately or carry out necessary practical conservation or restoration work which could not be achieved without volunteer assistance.

If you are interested in any of our work please do not hesitate to get in touch with Jamie on 01330 830080 or biologist@riverdon.org.uk


Friends of the Don

Become a Friend of the Don and receive regular newsletters, Twitter & Facebook updates, and emails relating to RDT projects and programmes of work. Be first to hear of any opportunities to work with the RDT or attend any RDT events and know firsthand what's happening on the River Don Catchment.

If you are interested in receiving information on any of our work please do not hesitate to get in touch with Jamie on 01330 830080 or biologist@riverdon.org.uk


Sponsorship
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Gift Aid Form

The RDT with its charitable status and would like to encourage any potential corporate or individuals to contact us to discuss the possibilities for sponsorship. In return the RDT will recognise and actively promote the funders contribution in all local and national press releases, publications or reports, acknowledge support during presentations and on any physical or media materials or equipment associated with the sponsorship.

Please also consider donating using the PayPay 'Donate' button above, all donations are fed directly back into the Trust work programmes.