Making a difference
Your kind donation will go directly towards conserving the Hills and Commons for people and wildlife.
Donations are a crucial part of our income and help us to undertake a variety of projects including, improve access for local people and visitors on the Hills and Commons or conserve habitats for butterflies
You can make a one off donation or make monthly contributions to help keep the Hills and Commons special for future generations.
Make a donation at Just Giving
How you can help
If you'd like to make a contribution to a specific project, please take a look at the information below on what we're asking for support for at this time.
More projects will be added to this list in the future as they develop.
Ash Dieback – responding to a national crisis
Ash Dieback disease is here and devastating our ash trees. We need your support to deal with the significant impacts of Ash Dieback disease across the Malvern Hills and Commons. The disease is expected to result in the loss of 60 – 80% of all ash in the UK and badly infected trees near to roads and highways around the Trust’s estate will need to be removed for public safety. The stark effects on this landscape, its ecology and character will be considerable and the financial impact to the Trust will be huge – this is why we need your help - Read more about our ash dieback response and please donate.
Providing information for visitors
Support our work to help visitors orientate themselves, plan walks and find out more what makes the Hills and Commons so special.
Support our work - Providing information for visitors (Word doc)
Support our work - Providing information for visitors (PDF)
This year's application period for memorial benches has now opened. Further information about the benches and opportunities available has been published - Memorial bench scheme 2022 (updated 30th May 2022). Due to high demand, opportunities are granted on a first come, first served basis.
Memorials and giving policy
Remembering loved ones
The Hills are an important place for many to remember their loved ones. If you choose to scatter the ashes of a loved one on the Hills, we ask that you avoid the most popular areas and the tops of the Hills. Please scatter the ashes over a wide area to leave no trace.
Please do not leave any flowers, trinkets, photographs or any other objects on the Hills to mark the site.