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Working Together to Preserve Scotland

Leadership Giving

If you are looking to strengthen your connection to Scotland while satisfying your sense of exploration and intellectual curiosity, consider joining one of The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA’s leadership giving circles.

As part of a dynamic international community of philanthropists dedicated to celebrating and preserving Scotland’s rich culture and heritage, you will experience a profound connection to the National Trust for Scotland, its irreplaceable collection, and its world-class professional staff. At the same time, you will be providing critical support for the Trust’s conservation mission.

Founders' Circle

Named to reflect the passion, care, and love for Scotland by those who built and shaped the Trust, the Founders’ Circle invites members behind-the-scenes to learn more about why and how the Trust cares for Scotland’s heritage, gaining a closer insight into its conservation work and expertise. Supporters who donate a cumulative total of $1,250 or more per year are welcomed into this special international collective. Being a part of the Founders’ Circle is about seeing your support in action, deepening your knowledge of Scotland’s heritage, and sharing thoughts and interests with like-minded enthusiasts.  For more information about Founders’ Circle please contact Libby McKee at lmckee@ntsusa.org or call 617-227-7500.

The Patrons' Club

The Patrons’ Club is a dynamic international community of philanthropists dedicated to celebrating and preserving Scotland’s rich culture and heritage. Whether meeting new friends over dinner at a private country house, walking among puffins on a remote Scottish island, or joining together to preserve an architectural marvel, members of The Patrons’ Club experience a profound connection to the National Trust for Scotland, its irreplaceable collection, and its world-class professional staff. For more information about joining The Patron’s Club please contact Kirstin Bridier at kbridier@ntsusa.org or 617-227-7500.

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