Give a gift that lasts the whole year! Your gift membership includes a welcome pack with a gift card and a year's subscription to our Buzzword magazine.
Giving a gift membership helps achieve our vision of communities and countryside that are rich in bumblebees and colourful wildflowers, supporting a diversity of wildlife and habitats for everyone to enjoy. Each pack contains a stunning selection of factsheets, postcards, a pack of wildflower seeds and a car sticker. If you are buying a membership for a Family and they have children, you can also ask for the children's pack to be sent.
The children’s packs include a few extra treats to get them excited about bumblebees and activities for them to complete. In addition there is an amazing children's poster for their wall with loads of interesting facts about bumblebees.
Tell us where you would like us to send it (to you or your recipient) and what special message you would like to include.
It's really easy, simply complete this Gift Membership Application form, post it or return it by email, choose your payment method and let us do the rest.
Please ensure you complete the Gift Membership Application form at the link above so we know who the gift is for and what pack you would like us to send, also include your special message!
- You can pay by completing the box below which will make a payment direct to us through the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), the QR code below will take you there too if you prefer to use your mobile.
- You can pay by cheque, made payable to "Bumblebee Conservation Trust", and send it to the address below with your form.
Print and return the form to:
Bumblebee Conservation Trust
Stirling University Innovation Park
Alternatively scan or fill out the form on a computer and return it to: email@example.com
Once we have received your form and your payment we will be able to process your order.
“Bumblebees are lovely little creatures - their bright stripes and gentle buzz bring colour and sound to our summer gardens. They are also very important because they pollinate our wildflowers and crops. Sadly things aren't going well and some species are threatened with extinction.
I'm really concerned by these declines and I'm pleased to support the work of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust."