You can help support the places you love by becoming a member, donating or giving your time as a volunteer
Enjoy free access to more than 500 places with National Trust membership
We're a charity and rely on your donations to help our conservation work
Each year thousands of volunteers join us in caring for all the special places you love
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Making the most of membership
How you can get more from membership
There’s a host of ways to use National Trust membership on a regular basis, even if you've got just an hour to spare or a few days. Change up your exercise routine, unearth some local history or enjoy an evening out.
Save the nation’s meadows
Shockingly, 97 per cent of our meadows are disappearing. 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.
Choose National Trust as your charity
From bake sales to dress down days and marathons to plant sales, there are so many ways to raise money to protect your favourite places. So choose something you love doing and tell us what you’re planning. We’re always here to help – and every penny you raise will make a lasting difference to places that make life better.
Help us look after the places you love by taking on a cycling challenge and fundraising for the National Trust. We're looking for cyclists to take part in one of two summer events this year – Nightrider Bristol 2019 and RideLondon 2019.
Sharing the love of places
Connecting people and places
We all hold somewhere close to our hearts. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to laugh with friends, sit quietly and take life in, or enjoy a long walk among stunning scenery, we care for 500 places for you to lose yourself in. Hear from supporters about the places that matter to them.
There's more to volunteering at Knole in Kent than meets the eye. It's one of England's largest historic homes, with a furniture collection that puts others firmly in the shade, but there are many other reasons to join as a volunteer.
Get to know some of the amazing people that give up their time to care for the places we look after in this round-up of volunteer articles and profiles.
Getting involved with a supporter group is a great way to get closer to your local National Trust place. Find out more about how to join in.