Donate to the British Trust for Ornithology
Each year we need to raise thousands of pounds to fund our research and monitoring of Britain's bird populations. The data obtained from our work provides crucial evidence for the conservation of bird species and habitats.
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Make a general donation
Let us decide how to make the most of your donation, by allowing us to put it to use wherever it is most needed.
Set up a regular monthly donation by Direct Debit
You can set up a regular monthly Direct Debit payment to us online. Regular donations really help us to plan our work in the future. It's fast, easy and secure and you can cancel at any time.
Make a single donation online today
Make a single donation online today using our secure payment system.
Other ways to donate
Make a donation through Paypal
Pay by card over the phone
You can also choose to make a card payment over the phone by calling our headquarters on 01842 750050.
Send a cheque
Or you can send a cheque made payable to the 'British Trust for Ornithology' to The Fundraising Team, BTO, The Nunnery, Thetford, Norfolk, IP24 2PU
Please note: In response to the ongoing pandemic we have changed the ways in which we work. This means that processing and responding to donations and correspondence sent to us by post is taking longer than usual. If you have an urgent enquiry, please email email@example.com. Thank you for your patience and your kind support, which is of particular importance during these challenging times.
Don't forget to Gift Aid your donation if you are a tax payer - just fill out a declaration form and send it back to us. We can then reclaim 25p out of every pound from the government. Download a copy of our Gift Aid declaration form - Gift Aid declaration form
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