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Your support is crucial if we’re to protect precious woods and trees – for the wildlife that can’t survive without them, for all of us who depend on them, and for the future.

Credit: Klaus Echle / naturepl.com
Credit: Klaus Echle / naturepl.com

We’ve got a long wish-list. We want to see more trees in the ground, to protect what we already have, and to see forgotten ancient woods returned to their former glory.

This means planting more, bringing landowners, decision-makers and ordinary people on side, and fighting needless destruction wherever it may threaten.

But we can’t do any of this alone.

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Every penny you give counts for woods and trees.

We are currently asking supporters to donate to us using JustGiving, an online fundraising platform that raises money on behalf of the Woodland Trust.

Whatever you choose to give, donating through JustGiving is secure, quick and cost effective, so more money goes directly towards achieving our vision for woods and trees.

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Support an appeal

One of the best ways we can protect important woodland is to take it under our wing. Opportunities don’t come along every day, but with your help we can move quickly when they do.

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Leave a gift in your will

You want to leave a lasting legacy. One that means something to you and will continue to make a difference for years to come. Protect the trees, woods and wildlife you love – today, tomorrow and forever.

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82p of every £1 you give
is spent directly on woods, trees and wildlife

Thank you for your support

We can’t do our work without you. Every pound you give bolsters our fighting funds, pays for hard graft in our woods and gets trees in the ground. But don’t just take our word for it. Find out what your money is helping to achieve.

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