The Wilderness Society

Who we are: 
The Wilderness Society is a national, community-based, environmental advocacy organisation whose purpose is protecting, promoting and restoring wilderness and natural processes across Australia for the survival and ongoing evolution of life on Earth.
Type of knowledge or skills needed: 
The Wilderness Society Tasmania's Campaign Centres in Hobart and Launceston rely on committed volunteers who help out with campaigns by volunteering their time and skills. There are many ways you can contribute. These can include working on creative community actions, research, helping in the office, reception, banner painting, odd jobs, participating in education and community outreach programs, and much, much more. Volunteering is a great way to get experience, have fun, learn new skills, make friends and change the world. If you can spare as little as just a few hours each week to help out, please let us know. To find out about the full range of positions and job descriptions, contact Liz on 03 6224 1550 or email tas.volunteers@wilderness.org.au
Non-cash donations: 
Please contact the society
Languages spoken at charity: 
English
Contact name: 
Liz
Telephone number: 
03 6224 1550
Address: 
130 Davey Street, TAS, 7000 Australia

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