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Join a community of Parents like you

Online community

We support a thriving online community where we share campaign actions and updates. And members chat, exchange ideas and news articles, books and podcasts.



Emotional support

We provide a supportive space for parents, including an online support group managed by the Climate Psychology Alliance and regular Climate Cafes.

Local groups

Over 25 local Parents for Future groups work on community environmental concerns across the UK, while supporting national campaigns. Find a group in your local area to meet like-minded parents and carers.

Working groups

Deep dive into creating change by joining one of our working groups. Regular online meetings focus on: Campaigning and events. Diversity and Inclusion. Social media, films, and design. And don’t miss the monthly: Craftivist Sit and Sew evenings and Book Club.

Join our community

Start with a digital welcome call

To become a member of the Parents for Future UK, we ask everyone to join a quick online welcome call.

These Zoom calls are a brilliant way to find out more about our growing community.  The actions we take together.  And the support provided to navigate this crisis with our kids.

Come along and ask any questions. These calls are literally open to anyone who would like to find out more about our movement.

Local Groups

Find a group in your local area to meet like-minded parents and carers, ready to campaign together! To join a local group, pop to one of our welcome calls.

Bath and Bristol


Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole


Cambridge & Ely




Hastings and St Leonards

Herts & Bucks

High Peak



London – East

London – North

London – South East

London – South West

London – West




North Tyneside









West Midlands

York and North Yorkshire

Become a member

Pop your details in this form and we will send you the links to join, directly to your inbox.

And don’t forget to tick the box to receive our fortnightly newsletter.

"We run regular Zoom meet-ups for new and existing parents and members who want to find out more about our movement, ask questions, discuss with our ever-growing community, and more." Alcia, member of PFF Brighton Join our community