World Land Trust Covid-19 Statement 26.3.2020

The Covid-19 pandemic is creating challenging and rapidly changing circumstances for all of us. We are thinking of the health and wellbeing of our families, friends and the wider community, including our partner organisations around the world, and our dedicated supporters and donors.
From 16 March, to enable us to prioritise the safety and wellbeing of our small and dedicated UK team we moved to remote working, in line with government guidance. The team continues to work remotely and we are in regular contact with our partners who are also facing the same difficulties in these unprecedented times.
During this time of uncertainty, the importance of togetherness has never been more important – even if we must physically stand apart. Our commitment to each and every project partner has been possible because of the generous support of our donors. Right now, with so many of us being told to stay inside, the natural world is still there, and we will continue on our mission to save land and species for the future. Over the coming weeks, we will continue to keep you updated with progress and success stories from reserves you have supported all around the world, connecting you with the amazing work that the rangers, conservationists and volunteers working with our project partners are doing on the ground, everywhere.
As a charity, World Land Trust has spent three decades committed to protecting the world, and this is more important than ever before. We are open, working, and will still be here when the worst is over. Your continued support and donations mean so much to all of us.

The quickest way to currently reach us is through the contact form which can be found here
or if you are contacting us about a donation please email us here.

Take care, stay safe
All at World Land Trust