Key Volunteers

Key Volunteers play an important role within Conservation Volunteers.   Key Volunteers typically volunteer in roles that support Conservation Volunteers in the delivery of programs.

This may be an office or field based role.

It is recognised that many volunteers have skills that can benefit Conservation Volunteers which are beyond volunteering on a practical conservation activity.

It is also recognised that many people would like to volunteer and contribute to the health of the environment, however they do not want to, or can’t go out, on practical conservation activities.

For further information or if you would like to volunteer your skills, expertise or services in a Key Volunteer role within Conservation Volunteers.  We would love to hear from you.

If you are an international volunteer travelling to New Zealand, please click here to see opportunities to join our programs.

Please contact :

Andrew Gregg
Manager, Conservation Volunteers Auckland
02 623 7287
[email protected]