Get Involved


Volunteers are welcome to work with any of our projects, and if you have ideas of how your expertise could contribute to our work then please share them with us! Depending on the time you have available, we can develop a plan so that you, the Trust and our community benefit the most from your efforts. Look at our Projects or WorkAway pages for more information about what we are doing. 

More information on volunteering at Bubugo HERE


We are very happy to receive donations of all kinds: cash donations are gratefully received- please visit our JustGiving page regarding cash donations. We are currently collecting donations of books, solar lights, reading glasses, stationery, suncream, hats, long-sleeved shirts and anything else that is of use for our community! Some our best donations have been ideas from friends who saw a need we didn’t recognise. Please contact us to discuss any in-kind donations (as we have to figure out how to get them to Bubugo!).

More information on supporting Bubugo Conservation HERE


Bubugo is located on the river Nile at “Superhole”- one of the best surf waves for kayakers. The river is beautiful and has a lot to offer for all levels of kayakers, birders, tree huggers and fresh air lovers! Find more information on our accommodation on AirBnB! HERE


If you would like to help us fundraise then that would be wonderful! We have lots of ideas of how you could fundraise, and are very happy to hear your ideas and discuss these with you. You can fundraise to make a donation to the Trust, or to cover your time while you volunteer with us.


We have a number of research interests linked to our projects that would allow us to determine better ways to implement our ideas, and quantify the impact our work has. We are also happy to discuss any ideas you may have and how you could get involved in conducting research with BCT that would provide insight into the local communities and environment. Both Jenny and Charlie have experience in supervising and guiding academic research studies in Uganda.