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National Trust volunteers helping with Slow the Flow conservation project at Hardcastle Crags, West Yorkshire | © National Trust Images/Paul Harris


Help us care for the coast, make space for wildlife or restore historic buildings. Whatever is most important to you, discover an appeal close to your heart and help make a difference.  

Our appeals

Here’s a selection of appeals we’re running at the moment to raise funds for conservation projects.

Close up of a purple common spotted orchid and yellow wildflowers amongst the grass on Harting Down during the summer

Everyone Needs Nature Appeal 

You can help protect and restore the precious habitats and species that are in decline due to the effects of climate change. Donate to the Everyone Needs Nature Appeal today and encourage nature to flourish.

Sunlight through trees at Wallington, Northumberland

Woodlands Appeal 

The UK's woodlands are in decline. Trees play a vital role in nature, the climate and our own wellbeing. You can help restore woodlands for future generations by donating today and helping us protect more precious trees.

An area of restored peat bog on Armboth Fell, Lake District

Climate Action Appeal 

Climate change is the biggest threat to people and nature but with your support, the landscapes we care for can adapt to the challenges they face. Donate today to bring back wildlife, keep rivers flowing and protect woodlands and peatlands.

A rugged landscape of mountains in summer

Fix The Fells Appeal 

The Lake District is a popular place to visit, but this means the footpaths become eroded which, along with weather events and climate change means the fells are in need of repair. Money from this appeal will directly improve this unique UNESCO World Heritage landscape.

View of Snowdonia with mountains in the background and a rocky landscape and wooden bridge in the mid ground

Give back to the places you love

Whether you choose to fundraise, donate or volunteer, there are lots of meaningful ways to help look after the places in our care for future generations.