At The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA, our new (fiscal) year begins on July 1. We’re delighted to share some of the successes that American donors like you made possible in fiscal year 2023 – including more than $530,000 granted to the National Trust for Scotland for its most urgent conservation priorities. Thank you.
On July 10, The National Trust for Scotland acquired the Treshnish Isles. These islands are an internationally significant seabird nesting site located in the Inner Hebrides, and their acquisition builds on decades of American support for the National Trust for Scotland’s conservation initiatives across the Hebrides and beyond.
Tartan-clad philanthropists assembled at the Metropolitan Club on April 20 to celebrate Scottish heritage, raising more than $350,000 to support the work of Scotland’s largest conservation charity. The National Trust for Scotland cares for more than 100 iconic places, including Culloden Battlefield, the islands of St Kilda and Iona, and Robert Burns’s birthplace.
International tennis player and coach Judy Murray OBE will be recognized for her extraordinary contributions to Scottish sports and philanthropy at The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA’s annual fundraising gala this April.
Last year, The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA undertook a strategic planning process with input from our members and supporters at its heart. We are proud to announce our new vision for 2023 and beyond: Protecting Scotland’s heritage and natural beauty now and for generations to come.