You don’t need to volunteer to show support for your favourite National Park.
You can give something back by getting involved with one of the many visitor giving schemes that are run across the National Parks family.
Your donations could help fund vital footpath maintenance, the conservation of special wildlife habitats and so much more. For more information, view the schemes for each of the Parks below.
Donate to help save red squirrels in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs.
You can give back to the Yorkshire Dales by Pitching in for Whernside, donating to the Three Peaks or helping to save the red squirrels.
Sponsor a finger post, gate or bridge in memory of someone of something special to you. Or donate to conservation projects, rangers, or apprentices to support conservation across the Lake District National Park.
Over 15 thousand pairs of boots, 10 thousand tyres and 800 hooves travel the full length of the South Downs Way each year. Donate to keep it in great condition for everyone.
CareMoor for Exmoor is a visitor donation scheme. Helps to fund projects from dormouse boxes, access for all trails, to restoring footpaths, butterfly conservation and more.
The Visitor Giving Scheme for the New Forest National Park. Donate to help protect the landscape, look after the free-roaming animals and promote understanding of how the Forest works.
Donations and memorials fund with the North York Moors National Park. Donate to conservation work, have a tree planted, or a plague on a memorial bench or gate.
Donate to the Northumberland National Park Foundation to help fund important repair work and improvements to the Hadrian’s Wall Path National Trail.
Donate to help the Park Authority look after the beautiful Brecon Beacons.
600,000 people visit Snowdon every year. Donate to 3 key projects to give something back.
The Visitor Giving Scheme for the Broads National Park. Helps fund projects from marshland conservation, species reintroductions, to barn owl boxes and more.
Donation scheme for Dartmoor National Park. Choose to donate towards footpath repair, conserving wildlife habitats or making archaeology more accessible. You can also donate your time through volunteering.