testimonials


"Margaret and her team empower volunteers and staff to explore opportunities that are both creative and innovative and inspire cultural change at a grass roots level.  I feel privileged to have started by journey in the third sector with such encouragement and support – 15 years later I have never looked back"

Natalie Sargent 

Development Officer, Community Enterprise


"My work for Sustainable Wales constitutes some of the most rewarding and valuable professional experiences of my career to date. 

The charity provides a caring and supportive working environment in which innovative and thoughtful responses to issues can be developed. More than just a job, SW helped me develop an approach to work that I've used ever since, and allowed me to develop invaluable, transferable skills. 

I loved my time with Sustainable Wales, and can't recommend the organisation highly enough".

Angharad Dalton


"Sustainable Wales is magic. And in the Green Room magical things happen".

Helena Nelson


"In a competitive job market, volunteering and working at Sustainable Wales was a crucial opportunity for me to develop key skills such as research and project management, as well as gain a broader understanding of the environmental and third sectors."

Joe Newbury


We at One Time Alive love Sussed and Sustainable Wales.
"Genuine and progressive people forming a great team based on passion and beliefs. 
As an outlet they have given us the opportunity to market our physical product in our home town, also showcasing the band at the intimate setting of the wonderful Green room.
Long may they prosper in offering a diverse and engaging community experience".

Ed Rees

Musician, educator

"I look back at the time I spent working at Sustainable Wales with enormous gratitude and fondness. The skills and experience gained continue to be invaluable to me throughout my continued career in the environmental field. One of the most important things I learned was the importance of having a ‘can-do’ attitude. With resources – both people and funding – often limited, I never failed to be amazed by what could be achieved by a small, passionate, hard-working group of people, many of which remain friends to this day." 

Kathryn Warren