Every donation, large or small, is greatly appreciated and directly helps us to preserve and share the irreplaceable heritage of North Craven.
- £10 will purchase an archival storage box
- £100 will help provide materials for children’s art classes
- £1,000 will fund conservation of a fragile object, making it ready for display
- £10,000 will help fix a leaking roof
- £100,000 will let us install a lift to all three floors of The Folly
There are many ways to make a donation.
To make a donation, please click on the button below. This will take you to our donation page on the Charities Aid Foundation website. They handle donations on our behalf. (Please note this is a third party website; check their policies for more details).
Our bank details are :
Account name: North Craven Building Preservation Trust
Bank: Co-operative Bank
Sort Code: 08-90-00
Account Number: 70872310
Cheques should be payable to NCBPT.
North Craven Building Preservation Trust
If you are a UK taxpayer, please Gift Aid your donation if you can. This means we can claim an additional 25% of your donation from the government at no additional cost to you. For instance, a gift aid donation of £100 would be worth £125 to us.
To gift aid a donation, simply complete this gift aid form and send it to us with your cheque or send a scanned copy by email to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a note of your donation reference.
Donate at no cost to you
It may sound too good to be true, but many corporations allow you to donate to charity at no cost to you. We are members of Amazon Smile and Give as you Live.
When you shop with AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of your eligible purchases to North Craven Building Preservation Trust, at no cost to you.
Give as you Live are partnered with 4,500 shops as well as dozens of providers across insurance, energy and broadband. Because of this relationship, when you visit a retailer via Give as you Live Online and make a purchase, they give Give as you Live a reward as a “thank you”.
With this reward, they make a donation to The Folly