|Every year thousands of individuals across the country support the Trust through local activities and corporate support.|
Companies can get involved with the Trust through staff volunteering, use of our venues, corporate support for projects, and sponsorship.
|Sponsorship allows a company, big or small, to become associated with the work and impact of the Trust. There are many ways to support the work of the Trust. We have a range of opportunities from sponsoring a leaflet to adopting a property.
Corporate Membership enables a company to purchase a designated number of Corporate Membership Cards, at £60 each (minimum of 4). These cards are transferable within your company and provide free admission to all National Trust for Scotland properties for 12 months.
Corporate Challenge offers your team a stimulating and fun-packed development experience, whilst at the same time conserving fragile landscapes and national treasures. Corporate Challenge also offers a unique and visible opportunity for companies to promote and demonstrate their corporate support of people and the environment. We will find a suitable project at a Trust property which meets the requirements of your group.
The Community Partnership programme offers a chance for everyone (regardless of income, ability, age, or ethnic group) to access the National Trust for Scotland and get involved in its work through partnerships with national and local community groups. The programme also enables corporate organisations to work alongside their local communities and through the National Trust for Scotland protect and conserve Scotland's natural and cultural heritage.
Meetings and Corporate Entertaining: Whether your event is formal or informal, large, small, we offer a diverse portfolio of spectacular venues across Scotland. From discreet board meetings to product launches; champagne receptions to extravagant gala dinners; hog roasts to energetic teambuilding days out.
By working with the National Trust for Scotland you will be helping to conserve the culture and heritage of Scotland. There are a number of opportunities where you and your colleagues can get involved.
To find out more about our activities with companies please contact David McKinnon firstname.lastname@example.org.