At Home in Nature brings refugees, asylum seekers and long-term migrants together with local people through guided, mindful and exploratory walks in London's parks and green spaces.
We welcome expressions of interest from anyone who would like to volunteer their time to support our weekly At Home in Nature walks.
Do you love being outside with nature?
Do you enjoy walking with other people?
Are you happy to walk in all weathers?
Are you free during the daytime during the Week?
Then At Home in Nature would love to hear from you!
At Home in Nature is a programme that brings refugees, asylum seekers and long-term migrants together with local people for guided, mindful and exploratory walks in London’s parks and green spaces. Walks are led by an experienced walks leader and nature connection practitioner for small groups of people. Walks are fun and restorative, stimulating easy conversation and a shared joy of being together with nature.
We are looking for volunteers who would like to be involved in supporting this initiative with their time and interest. Knowledge of plants and creatures is welcome, but not essential.
Volunteering with At Home in Nature is suited to anyone interested in walking side by side with refugees, asylum seekers and long-term migrants; people with an interest in spending time with nature. Anyone available during the day during the week and able to get to different parts of London. The programme will be running during the summer and into the autum; sign up for a series of 3-6 walks or more.
If you are interested in joining us and supporting this initiative, please click the button below to register your interest.
For more information, contact Jo Winsloe Slater, Project Manager for Refugee Allies at email@example.com
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