Appeals

We depend on your donations to help us carry out our vital conservation work and to respond to urgent restoration needs. Thank you for your support

Here’s a selection of our current charity appeals for fundraising projects at our places.

Some support the National Trust’s more pressing needs in the wider areas of coast and countryside conservation, others focus on the urgent restoration needs of individual buildings, collections and gardens in our care.

Wherever you choose to give, thank you.

Donate now 

Give where the need is greatest and you can ensure vital conservation work can happen without delay.

Support our vital work
Visitor in the park along the Lake Walk on an electric mobility scooter at Mount Stewart, County Down

Protect the trees that protect us 

Trees are our natural armour in the battle against climate change. By looking after existing woodlands and planting new trees, we can grow a cleaner future together. Help protect the trees that protect us and donate to our Woodlands appeal today.

Visitor walking on the seashore at Farne Islands, Northumberland

Help keep the coast alive 

Building sandcastles and paddling in the sea - what if all we had left of the coast were memories? As seas rise and storms rage, our shifting shores are transformed. Each coastal mile costs £3,000 a year to maintain and we need your help to keep the coast alive for everyone.

How your donations help

  • In 2019, you generously gave over £85,000 to help the restoration of Marsden Moor following a fire
  • Your donations to our Coast appeal will help us protect 35 miles of coastal habitat and footpaths
  • Your donations have helped us win £5.5 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund for key projects
  • Stowe's garden restoration included over 3,500 young plants, plus statues of wrestlers and gladiators

Protecting nature and wildlife

Coast and countryside conservation

Buildings in need

Garden restoration

Make a donation

Membership and visitor income makes a vital contribution to the upkeep of our amazing places, but we rely on your additional generosity to continue to protect the irreplaceable