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The Glacier Trust is almost entirely funded by private donations and support from smaller private trusts. Our core funding has been met by specific donations.  This means that 100% of what you give goes to our projects


Monthly donation

Just £10 / month will enable us to run a Farmer Field School to train 30 farmers in Climate Change resilient agriculture. A regular monthly donation is a great way to give to The Glacier Trust. There are three ways to do this:

  1. You can set up your monthly donation via Just Giving.

  2. Via bank transfer online or at your local branch.

  3. Return a completed bankers order form

If your donation is eligible for gift aid, please fill out and return a Gift Aid Form to us. 

One-off donation

There are three ways to make a one-off donation to The Glacier Trust:

  1. You can make a one-off donation via Just Giving.

  2. Make a direct bank transfer via online banking or at your local branch.

  3. Or, post a cheque to us (don't forget to send a Gift Aid Form too.)

If your donation is eligible for gift aid, please fill out and enclose a Gift Aid Form with your donation.

Sponsored event

If you would like to fundraise for The Glacier Trust by taking on a sponsored challenge, please visit our events pages or set up a dedicated fundraising page on Just Giving.

We now offer a bespoke challenges services to help you design and run a unique sponsored event.  

If you are planning a sponsored event please let us know, we would love to hear all about it.

*A note on circumventing corruption

Worries about the corrupt siphoning of funds can be a serious deterrent to charitable giving. In our case, all the projects we support are researched and vetted by our Project Evaluation Committee through evaluation reporting and assessments of the project areas. We only work with established NGOs who have a proven track record and with our relatively small scale projects we believe it is possible to verify both the amounts of money needed and to log its expenditure accurately. It’s simply a matter of doing the hard work to ensure penny pinching accountability.