Fundraise for us
Fundraising works best when it is something you love doing and for something you are passionate about. Maybe it's a beach where your children made their first sandcastles, wide open parkland where you saw your first deer, or the place where you were surrounded by hundreds of years of history. Saving the places you love is a great motivator, so turn your passion into a fundraising success and help protect amazing places for generations to come.
As Europe’s largest conservation charity, looking after the places in our care takes thousands of hours and millions of pounds.
From the White Cliffs of Dover to Snowdonia and the Giants Causeway we protect some of the most iconic places in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, along with 780 miles of coast, 248,000 hectares of countryside, 200 gardens and 350 historic places.
All of this is only possible thanks to the passionate support of our members, visitors, donors, fundraisers and pledgers. However, to ensure these places are still accessible for future generations to enjoy, we rely on ongoing support.
How to get started
If you want to show your support and be a fundraiser, our latest fundraising kit is the perfect place to start.
Fundraise for the places you love
The kit includes:
- a fundraising guide packed with ideas, hints and tips
- stickers to proudly shout about what you’ve done
- a pledge card to help keep you motivated and on target
- Posters to ensure as many people know as possible
- and a collection box to gather those important donations
Top tips for fundraising
Set a target
Setting a target will help keep you motivated and inspire others to support you.
Make donations easy
Create an online giving page as early as possible and don’t forget to shout about it. And share it on social media and with the local community.
Above all, enjoy it!
Make sure that you have a great time. You are doing something amazing, so try and immerse yourself in it and create memories you can look back on.
" Fundraising was a great opportunity to talk to my friends and colleagues about a cause I’m passionate about."
How your fundraising helps
- £25 could pay for 1 lime mortar repair to a classical temple
- £100 could replace 5 feet of damaged footpaths
- £500 could buy timber for 7 gates to protect cows and sheep
- £5,000 could buy 200 handmade tiles to waterproof leaky roofs
A massive thank you
No matter how you chose to help and how much you raise, your fundraising will make a difference. Thank you so much for protecting the places that are special to us all. Good luck!