Contact us

Thanks for your interest in us.

Please see below for the easiest and quickest way to get your question answered.

1. Searching saves you (and us) time

You might find an instant answer to your question in our Frequently Asked Questions. For example, we're often asked about:

  1. How can I donate?
  2. How can I find out more about fracking?
  3. How can I unsubscribe?
  4. Can you help me promote an event?

You can also search our website. We’re trying our best to put as much as we can online. Hopefully you’ll be able to quickly find what you need.

Thank you for using these methods first. And feel good that you're helping to save us money that we can spend on our campaigns.

2. Email us

If you can't find your answer using the methods above, please use this form to send us your enquiry. Go easy on us though – we're a small team dealing with hundreds of enquiries every month so it might take us a while to get back to you. Thanks in advance for your patience.

If you're a supporter and would like to tell us about a change of address, please use this form.

If you would like to unsubscribe from any of our standard mailing lists, please follow this link.

Sorry but we don't respond to sales or marketing emails.

3. Phone us

You can call us if you have an urgent enquiry about your support or our campaigns. Our lines are open 9am to 5pm, Mon-Fri.

Main switchboard 020 7490 1555
Your donation, address and bank details 0800 581 051

4. Write to us

You're welcome to send us a letter but we’d much prefer an email – it saves paper and means we can respond faster. Please make your letter as brief as you can, thanks.

Friends of the Earth
The Printworks
139 Clapham Road

5. Contacting us from outside England, Wales and Northern Ireland?

We have a number of national groups around the world. Please contact the group nearest to you.

6. How to find us

Directions to our head office in London

You can exit at either Oval (on the Northern line) or Stockwell station (on the Northern and Victoria lines). We're about half-way between the two on Clapham Road.