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As a charity we need your help to protect the UK's best-loved places in our care, to ensure they remain special for everyone

Rangers surveying meadows in Langdale
Ways to give

You can support our valuable conservation work as a charity in many ways. From making a general donation to supporting an appeal or giving in memory, doing your own fundraising or taking part in one of our raffles, find your way to give...

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

Give where the need is greatest Make a general donation
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A meadow of wildflowers and grasses in the countryside near Aira Force and Ullswater, Cumbria

Save the nation’s meadows 

Shockingly, 97 per cent of our meadows are disappearing. Help us restore 1,000 hectares of wildflower meadows and protect species like the large blue butterfly, the turtledove and the great yellow bumblebee before it's too late.

Leave a legacy
Exploring the house at Osterley Park and House, London

It’s Free Wills Month 

March is Free Wills Month and we’re delighted to offer our supporters aged 55 and over the chance to get a simple will written or updated for free.

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Commemorative giving
More ways to give
Thorneythwaite farm in the Seathwaite valley, Cumbria

How you've helped 

With your ongoing support we're able to continue our conservation work. Find out our recent success stories.

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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