Make a regular donation
There are a range of project-specific regular giving schemes to choose from, where your donations are restricted to one particular project.
Becoming a regular giver
You can make a general, regular Direct Debit donation to support all our work - wherever the need is greatest.
You can choose how much to give and spread the cost of your support when you give to the RSPB by Direct Debit. Reliable income means the RSPB can plan its work more effectively helping to achieve more for birds and other wildlife.
Alternatively, you can make a general regular donation to support all our work.
Why a regular donation?
- More of your money goes directly to conservation because our administration costs are lower
- It's easy to set up, change or cancel
- A reliable income allows us to do more and plan ahead
- It allows you to spread the cost of your support.
Please note that only Direct Debit payments qualify you to become a regular giver.
What we achieve
Without regular income from people like you, we could not be able to do so much:
Red kites have returned to England and Scotland
Red kites now breed in England and Scotland following successful reintroduction projects by the RSPB and our partners. These magnificent raptors can now be seen in many parts of the UK, including their traditional stronghold in Wales, allowing everyone to share in the excitement of the red kite’s return.
Creating special places for birds and other wildlife
Through careful management of more than 150 nature reserves, we protect, restore and re-create important wildlife habitats. The re-creation of heathland and reedbeds has enabled birds such as the nightjar, bittern and marsh harrier to return to areas where they once thrived.
Stopping the slaughter of albatrosses
19 of the world’s 21 species of albatross are threatened with extinction, so the RSPB and our Birdlife International partners have launched the Albatross Task Force to stop them being caught and drowned on the hooks of longline fishing boats.
Why we need your help
Flow Country appeal
We have secured the purchase of Forsinard and Dyke, and can now start vital restoration of damaged peatland back to bog.
Help us safeguard Ramsey Island
Bought by the RSPB in 1992, Ramsey Island is a truly spectacular island reserve just off the Pembrokeshire coast.
Safeguard our sealife
The seas surrounding our islands support almost half of all UK wildlife. But they're in trouble.
Help us keep Abernethy special
Our goal is to keep Abernethy special for wildlife and people for generations to come.
Help us restore heathland at the Lodge
Heathland is vital for various species of birds. With your help we can create a wonderful home for vulnerable wildlife.
Become a Scottish Patron
Our work stopping extinctions
Adopt a puffin
Puffins, our 'clowns of the sea', are now in as much danger of extinction as the African elephant, polar bear and lion. But you can help their numbers fly again by adopting one of these amazing seabirds from just £3 a month.
Saving Asia's Vultures from Extinction
Three species of south Asia's vultures are critically threatened with extinction in the near future. We have to act now to save these birds.
Friends of the Albatross
As a Friend of the Albatross, you will be helping the Albatross Task Force to work with fishermen to reduce needless albatross deaths. Your donations will also fund a variety of other work to stop fishing methods that threaten these wonderful birds with extinction.
Become a friend of Hope Farm
Farmland birds have suffered appalling losses, partly due to changing agricultural practices. Help us show how farming can benefit birds and other wildlife.
Donating online is easy and ensures that more of your money is used for conservation.
Or you can also donate by:
- Telephone: Our Supporter Services team can also take donations over the phone. Call 01767 693 680, 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
- Post: We can accept donations by cheque too. Please make cheques payable to The RSPB and send them to: Regular donations, The RSPB, The Lodge, Sandy, Bedfordshire, SG19 2DL.
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