The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA has granted more than $7 million to support the work of the National Trust for Scotland since 2000. Through their generosity, Americans have played a significant role in stewarding 129 heritage properties, ranging from Castles and great houses to battlefields and mountains.  Included in this count are:

  • 1,000,000 seabirds on the islands and sea stacks of St. Kilda
  • 50,000+ artifacts (from everyday tools to the finest examples of artistic craftsmanship)
  • 188,000 acres of countryside including 46 Munros
  • 13,500 plant varieties, including national collections
  • 10,000 archaeological sites
  • 1,770 buildings (of which 270 are of national historic significance)
  • 100 scheduled monuments
  • 68 designed landscapes including 35 of the most important gardens in Scotland
  • 45 Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), and 7 National Nature Reserves (NNR)
  • 32 Geological Conservation Review sites illustrating the geological history of the UK
  • 17 crofting townships
  • 16 islands and hundreds of islets, along with significant stretches of the Scottish coastline
  • 1 Dual World Heritage Site, St. Kilda – the only one in the UK

There are many ways you can participate:

Donations to The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA, a registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation, are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by US law. FEIN: 04-35-11088