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Why donate to Eryri National Park?

Donating to the National Park can be a rewarding experience. There are many reasons why people donate to Eryri, including:

  • As part of a fundraising or charitable event
  • To support the protection of Eryri for future generations
  • In memory of a loved one

Remember, donations to the National Park do not have to be monetary, you can always donate your time by joining Eryri’s dedicated team of volunteers.

Volunteer in Eryri

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Donate to a cause of your choice

You can now donate to specific causes and initiatives that take place across the National Park.

The National Park Authority offers the option to hire off-road mobility scooters such as Trampers, free of charge, ensuring that the countryside is accessible to all.

You contribution will go towards the work of maintaining the mobility scooters.

Access for All

Donating towards conservation work in the National Park will ensure that vital conservation projects across Eryri can thrive. Some of the National Park Authority’s recent conservation work include tree planting, peatbog restoration and sustainable grazing.

Conservation Work
Conservation, Trees and Agriculture Department

A donation towards the National Park Authority’s Wardens and Access team will support the vital work of path maintenance and countryside access.

Eryri National Park Wardens
Wardens and Access Department

Eryri’s rich history and heritage is just one of the many aspects that makes the National Park unique. The National Park Authority are committed to the preservation and celebration of this special aspect. Your donation will go towards vital heritage conservation projects such as the Carneddau Landscape Partnership.

Eryri’s History and Heritage
Planning and Cultural Heritage Department

Plas Tan y Bwlch is the National Park’s official Study Centre. Friends of Tan y Bwlch is a registered charity that provide funds for the continued enhancement of the centre and for research into local environmental projects.

Plas Tan y Bwlch

Every year, hundreds of volunteers offer their time to help protect Eryri —aiding the work of litter picking, tree planting and wardening. A donation towards the National Park Authority’s volunteering initiatives will ensure that volunteers can continue to play a role in protecting Eryri for generations to come.


Ensuring that Eryri thrives sustainably is one of the key goals of the National Park Authority. A donation towards sustainability initiatives will support work such as carbon-neutral travel initiatives, sustainable tourism and sustainable infrastructure across Eryri.

Working in Partnership

Not sure where to direct your donation? You’re welcome to make a general donation to the National Park Authority, safe in the knowledge that your contribution will support work that protects Eryri.

Discover the National Park

Yr Ysgwrn is one of the National Park’s treasures. It was home to one of Wales’ most famous poets, Hedd Wyn, who’s tragic story is an inherent part of Wales’ poetic history.

Your contribution will go towards ensuring that Yr Ysgwrn’s doors are kept open for generations to come.

Yr Ysgwrn

About donating to Eryri National Park Authority

Any donations received will be used to further the work of Eryri National Park Authority in its statutory purposes and duty, those being:

Our Statutory Purposes:

  • to conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the National Park
  • to promote opportunities for public enjoyment and understanding of the special qualities of the National Park

Our Statutory Duty:

  • to foster the economic and social well-being of communities living within the National Park
Further information

For further information on donations, contact:

Angela Jones
Partnerships Manager, Eryri National Park Authority