Ringed plover on a beach (c) Fergus Gill 2020VISION


Help nature recover in Lincolnshire

Make a donation

The natural world is in a critical condition, facing a dual climate and ecological emergency. But if we act now and together, we can put nature into recovery.

To mark the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust's 75th birthday on 2 December 2023, we've launched an ambitious appeal - the Nature Recovery Fund – with the aim of raising £1 million for nature conservation over two years. Your donation will help make this ambitious goal a reality.

It’s not too late to save our wildlife, but we must act together.
Sir David Attenborough

Support nature's recovery


Other ways to donate

Send a cheque made payable to Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and address it to Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, Banovallum House, Manor House Street, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, LN9 5HF; call us on 01507 526667; or email our membership team at for more information.

Wildflower meadow

James Adler

Leave a legacy

A gift in your will to Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust will help protect the wildlife and wild places you love. 

Every gift, however large or small, makes a difference.

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People walking

Peter Cairns/2020VISION

Donate in memory


Collecting donations at a funeral or memorial is a powerful way to remember a loved one. You might choose to do this by asking for donations instead of flowers. 

The Memory Giving website is an easy way to collect money online. Create a donation page for your loved one and add Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust as your chosen charity.

Donations can also be made via our website. As you make your donation, please tell us the name of this special person and, if you'd like, about why you are donating.

Thank you

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Thank you

Working together, our supporters (that's you!) really can make a difference and change the natural world for the better. Your donation makes our work for wildlife possible. Thank you.