Whilst I can complete with just the website URL, ideally I would also have access to Google Search Console, and Google Analytics, if in use. I can share instructions on how to provide access to those if necessary.
I'll complete a technical audit of your website and will produce a spreadsheet that lists any recommended changes. A short Loom video will accompany the audit, with me talking through any of my suggestions. Please note this won't be considered a "full" SEO audit, but a reduced scope one - a full audit often takes a few days to complete, and costs more than £200 😊
Depending on the site I may be able to assist on this side, but I would likely need to charge for the additional time spent - this can be discussed as and when required. Usually the changes I recommend can be passed on to your web developer, if you have one to hand. I'm comfortable working on WordPress and other common CMS platforms if you did want me to assist.
An audit of this scope is best suited for smaller WordPress, Wix, Squarespace or similar websites. This is because sites built on the above platforms are usually quite basic and so don't require very lengthy SEO audits (usually!) - however, even if your website doesn't belong to one of the above, I can still provide you with a meaningful and impactful audit - it may just be completed at a higher level. I'll confirm with all enquiries if I can/can't complete the audit at this kind of scope.
I'm open regarding the exact organisation you choose to support. I know of some rewilding charities located near me in Spain, as well as some in the UK. My hope is that it would go towards one that is local to you - so that you can feel connected to helping on a local level.
If you have access to land - a garden for example, then just start planting! Try and get seeds from local, native plants. Look around to see what grows naturally, and which plants tend to support pollinators and other insects. Check if they're native and try planting them where you can. Create mini-wild habitats within your garden (small, safe ponds for example) to encourage more wildlife. If you don't have land, try and get permission from others to rewild their land. Look out for land sharing schemes or start your own if none exist nearby. Speak to your locals and see if anyone else wants to team up to help you.
One of my favourite books on the topic is Wilding: The Return of Nature to a British Farm by Isabella Tree. There are many great web resources out there too, such as RewildingEurope, RewildingEarth, Re:wild and RewildingBritain.