Join & Donate
When you join or donate to the RSPB, you’re standing up for nature. Your support and generosity, whatever form it takes, helps us push forward with our valuable work. Nature would be in a far worse place without you.
Whether you join as an individual, a couple, a family or as a youth member - your membership helps the RSPB save wildlife, protect wild places and connect people with nature. Each member gets:
- Unlimited entry to more than 170 UK nature reserves
- Nature's Home magazine every quarter
- A welcome pack to help you make the most of your membership
- A free gift of your choice
You'll be amazed by the range of campaigns and appeals you can get involved in. With your support, we can work to give nature a home.
A regular Direct Debit donation is a simple, secure and effective way to support our conservation work.
A gift In Memory to the RSPB will help protect birds and wildlife in the UK and abroad, whilst continuing the memory of your loved one - forever.
By making a gift to the RSPB, you will help secure the future of vulnerable wild birds and their environment in the UK and overseas.
Leave a legacy
What we can do
The most wonderful gift you could ever make to protect nature won't cost you a penny in your lifetime. Protect the places you love with a gift in your Will to the RSPB.
This section answers questions we are often asked by people thinking about including the RSPB in their Will. If your question is not answered here, please don't hesitate to contact us.
The administration of all legacies kindly bequeathed to the RSPB is dealt with by our Legacy Administration Team.
Other ways to help
Quite simply, Gift Aid means that for every £1 you give us the RSPB can get a further 25p from HM Revenue & Customs.
Support us when you shop
You can raise money for us when you shop online - and it won't cost you a penny.
RSPB second-hand binocular scheme
Your old binoculars could find a new home being used in a conservation or educational project somewhere in the world.
How are we doing?
We've been making changes and we'd love to know what you think.