Volunteering at WEN is a rewarding experience in a number of ways. Volunteers have the opportunity to learn about feminist environmentalism from one of the only UK organisations active in this increasingly important field. They also get unbeatable work experience in an organisation that gives them real responsibility and an equal voice, helping to grow their confidence and encourage them to learn by doing. WEN volunteers have gone on to paid jobs at organisations such as Sustain, Women's Aid and Greenpeace.

" Volunteering at WEN has been an amazing experience. In an organisation of this size there is real scope to exercise initiative and make significant contributions to WEN’s aims. The team are always receptive to new ideas and supportive to volunteers, who are treated as valued and vital to all WEN projects. Volunteering at WEN offered the chance to build my skill set and improve my CV without compromising on ethics, which was really important to me as I started my post-uni career."- Georgie Johnson, Media & Communications Volunteer, 2014


Local Food Project Volunteer

Hours: 1 or 2 days per week, for 3-6 months minimum

Location: WEN office, Ground Floor, 20 Club Row, London, E2 7EY & out and about around Tower Hamlets

WEN are looking for a dynamic volunteer with an interest in food growing and communications. Your role will involve hand on experience running food growing workshops, as well as experience in event planning and communications for the project.

Closing date: 06/02/2019

Read volunteer role description here.

‘Soil Sisters’ Garden Volunteer

Hours: Approximately 4 hours a week, per garden supported. Important that you can commit 6 months minimum.

Location: Mostly at refuge site with occasional meetings and trainings at WEN office, Ground Floor, 20 Club Row, London, E2 7EY. 

WEN are recruiting 3 volunteers to support our exciting three year ‘Soil Sisters’ project delivering weekly social and therapeutic horticulture (STH) sessions at 5 women’s refuges across East London.  You don't have to be an expert gardener! Volunteers will work alongside the highly skilled team of lead Therapeutic Gardeners. We want creative people with a can-do attitude and a love of nature, who will bring their own skills and interests to shape the project develop beautiful gardens.

Please note: Due to the nature of this work, only women should apply in line with the Equalities Act 2010. This role is subject to safeguarding checks and training

Closing date: 06/02/2019

Read volunteer role description here.


There are currently no positions available. Sorry!


There are currently no positions available. Sorry!

WEN is committed to equal opportunities, and we encourage anyone and everyone to apply to work with us.