UPDATE - TCV and coronavirus (COVID-19)

The Conservation Volunteers are closely monitoring and updating our position on the current coronavirus situation.

Statements from our Chief ExecutiveWorking safely during COVID-19

We are The Conservation Volunteers

Following Government advice to stay at home, most in-person practical activities and volunteering programmes at TCV have temporarily stopped across the UK.

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Here's how you can stay connected to nature and help others in your community.

Nature activities

Information to help and support others

Our outcomes and how we deliver them


TCV supports communities to be stronger, working together to improve the places people live and tackle issues that matter to them.

Community outcomes

Health & Wellbeing

TCV supports people to improve their physical and mental health and wellbeing, by being outdoors, active and connected with others.

Health & Wellbeing


Green spaces are created, protected and improved, for nature and for people.

Environment outcomes

Learning & Skills

TCV helps people to improve their confidence, skills and prospects, through learning inspired by the outdoors.

Learning & Skills outcomes

During 2019, TCV worked with 101,000 people

  • Transforming 1,500 green spaces
  • Delivering 130,000 volunteer days in 12,500 projects
  • Involving 23,000 schoolchildren
  • Improving 40 hectares of woodland
  • Planting 66,000 trees and giving 224,000 trees to community groups

Our strategy is informed by many helpful and insightful ideas from TCV volunteers, staff, funders, partners and supporters.