All our current appeals
Here's a round-up of the current appeals we're running at our places across the country, that need your vital help to raise funds for their conservation projects.
We need your help to look after Slieve Donard
We're restoring the boardwalk at Murlough and we need your help
Find out how your support will shape the future at Lyveden, through the Reconnected project.
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.
Can you help plant 7,000 new trees over the next few years? In 100 years or so this 'oak' mix will develop into mature oak woodland rich in wildlife.
Over the coming years we hope to raise £100,000 to undertake further repairs and create a new garden in the ruined Great Hall. But we need your help to do it.
We need your help with the final stages of the project.
We're beginning a new project to conserve and restore the walled garden and pleasure grounds which are the last known masterpiece designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown
Following the fire in April 2015, that left our 18th-century Surrey mansion a shell, we have spent the last two years working towards its future
In the late 18th century, the Kitchen Garden provided the estate and surrounding area with vegetables, herbs and even tropical fruits from the glasshouses. We're currently working to restore the garden back to its 1930s arrangement and need your help.
The Lake District fells are where the National Trust's story began. We need your help to look after these special landscapes.
We began caring for Wellington Monument in 1934. Since that time it has needed careful renovation every 10 to 15 years. To perform a full repair, we have a lot of work to do. We need your help.
The iconic Dying Gladiator has been missing from Studley Royal for the past 100 years. Help us return it to its rightful place in the Water Gardens.
Find out how you can support our fundraising appeal to save our conservatory.
Learn more about how you can donate and reveal the history and significance of The Workhouse site.
It's not too late to sponsor a sapling and help us create a new area of woodland populated by native British trees and provide more homes for insects such as stag beetles and butterflies like white-letter hairstreaks, purple emperors and silver-washed fritillaries.
Today we look after 780 miles of coastline around England, Wales and Northern Ireland and we need your help to continue to look after our coastline