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For the Love of Scotland

The story of Scotland is told through its places, from the remote island of St Kilda to Edinburgh’s elegant Charlotte Square. These places connect us to the past and provide inspiration for our future.

And your support to protect them is now more important than ever.


Bluebells flowering at Arduaine Garden

At NTSUSA, we are privileged to help the National Trust for Scotland care for many of Scotland’s most incredible places – the majestic landscapes, glorious gardens, and architectural treasures that tell the stories of the natural forces and people who shaped the land and the wildlife that calls it home today.

But right now, many of the places we love are at risk – from the elements, from development, and from an unprecedented decline in visitation brought about by the global coronavirus pandemic.

The Trust relies on income from members and visitors to protect its properties. With these properties closed to the public indefinitely, the Trust needs our support to ensure it can continue protecting the rich history and tradition shared by Scots and Americans for future generations.

Americans can play a critical role to ensure the future of Scotland’s past during this uncertain time. The best way to protect Scotland’s places is by making a tax-deductible donation to NTSUSA. Your donation can be restricted to your favorite property or directed to wherever the Trust needs it most. The link below will take you to a payment form for unrestricted support. If you do wish to designate a specific property, please use this same form and write your preference in the “special instructions” box.

Cairngorms National Park

The National Trust for Scotland remains ready to welcome us back to Scotland as soon as possible. In the meantime, dedicated staff will continue to care for the Trust’s unparalleled collection of historic properties, wild countryside, and beautiful gardens so that they will be ready for our return.

Your support will make this possible. Thank you.

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