Fundraising at the National Trust

Published : Wed 20th May

We’re at the forefront of conserving and sharing some of the nation’s most special places. Fundraising currently brings in over £70 million a year and is spent entirely on projects that help to protect special places and spaces. Projects like caring for the coastline, funding apprenticeships to learn valuable heritage building skills or conserving a historic building that adds richness to the culture of our nation.

Fundraising is growing in profile and importance at the Trust. And we’ve an ambitious strategy in place to increase our fundraising income to £100 million by 2025. We hope to encourage our supporters to do more, to talk more and donate more to our cause. In everything we do, we want to strengthen and deeper our connections and relationships with donors and, in turn, increase our vital network of supporters.

To help us reach our ambitions, we’re looking for fundraising professionals to join us. Find out more about fundraising at the Trust and browse our latest vacancies.