Get Involved

Donate, volunteer or get involved in Citizen Science

Learn new skills - from environmental monitoring to working with children, there's something for everyone

Meet new people - get out and about with like minded people who share a passion for the environment

See new things - capture a glimpse of a common lizard basking in the sun or a mountain hare crouched in the undergrowth

Donating to Moors for the Future Partnership

If you would like to make a donation to Moors for the Future Partnership, we gratefully accept donations made through the Peak District National Park Foundation. To do so, please note 'Moors for the Future Partnership' in the message section of the donation page. The Foundation trust enthuse to process online payments, so you will see their name in the address bar and on the webpage. 


Curlew on a stone wall

Volunteer opportunities

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at Moors for the Future Partnership you can register and apply here.

We have sphagnum moss planting sessions on Snailsden Moor near Holmfirth and the Goyt Valley near Buxton, you may join the science team with water table monitoring or vegetation surveying,  come out with us on the Bogtastic van or take photos of the restored landscape and share your photos on our social media channels.

We also work closely with our partners, who often have volunteering opportunities available. You can take a look at the National Trust and RSPB Dove Stone, and Peak Park Conversation Volunteers, for upcoming opportunities local to the Peak District National Park.

If you're already a registered volunteer, you can sign in to your MyImpact portal to browse and sign up to opportunities.

Meet our volunteers

Why Tony and Jane choose to volunteer with us

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1% for the Planet

Recognising our responsibility to protect our planet, members of 1% for the Planet commit 1% of their turnover back to the environment to support a range of environmental organisations

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Young People

Opportunities for young people to get involved with the National Park

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Green Hairstreak Butterfly

Community Science Project

Find out more about what has been achieved by our Community Science Project volunteers

Citizen science surveys and sightings

Recording plants and animals whilst you are out and about

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