How you've helped

With your ongoing support we're able to continue our vital conservation work. Thank you for helping to protect these special places

Walkers on the footpath towards Ogwen Valley, Snowdonia, Wales
Ranger dry stone walling

Your latest fundraising news 

We couldn’t do what we do without you. Your support helps us to save national icons like The White Cliffs of Dover, maintain our well-loved landscapes and provide safe homes for wildlife. It also ensures we can tell the stories of our places to future generations. Find out about our latest fundraising progress updates to learn how your donations have been helping so far this year.

Did you know?

  • It costs £3,000 each year to maintain 1 mile of coastline
  • We spent £35.7 million upkeeping the countryside in 2017-18
  • We plan to create 25,000 hectares (61,776 acres) of new habitats by 2025
Recent success stories
Emily Martin is taking on a marathon challenge to raise funds for the National Trust

Inside Emily's multi-marathon fundraising challenge 

Marathon runner and fundraiser Emily Martin is helping support the landscapes she loves by running for the National Trust. Find out about Emily's multi-marathon challenge and how you can help her achieve her goal.


Shifting shores

Thanks to your generous donations, we’re now looking after more than 780 miles of the UK’s coastline. Our coast and marine specialist Phil Dyke explains how the changing climate is threatening our shifting shores, and how your continued support will help protect the natural coastal landscapes we love.

" Exmoor won my heart as a schoolgirl. It continues to be my special place. Making a donation and spending time working in this breathtaking landscape have made it even more special. With the help of the National Trust, I hope it will be special for ever, for everyone. "

Other ways you've helped


We're a charity and rely on your donations to help our conservation work