From crowdfunding campaigns to selling souvenirs, we are finding creative ways to raise money for our cause. Every little bit brings us closer to seeing Boleskine House restored to its former glory.
We accept one-off donations via GoFundMe and either one-off or subscription donations through PayPal Giving Fund.
For donors who wish to make large contributions, we encourage you to write to us to discuss your donation.
* Please be sure to let us know if you are a UK tax resident because we can also claim 25p for every £1 donated to us as Gift Aid from HM Revenue & Customs. If you pay tax in the UK and wish to donate, please submit the form below:
One of the best ways to make an ongoing contribution is to sign up to our Friends of Boleskine House subscription programme. Members get several perks by helping us out on an annual or monthly basis.
All membership fees go directly to site maintenance. Our Friends of Boleskine have already helped us clear fire damaged debris wtih removals skips, purchased scaffolding for the building, and are now assisting with remedial masonry repairs!
Our monthly and annual Gold Friends of Boleskine House receive a bi-annual (summer and winter) limited edition print-only journal twice a year with updates, articles and essays by our trustees, volunteers and contributors.
Both membership tiers (Silver and Gold) receive access to exclusive members-only webpage content with information and updates, free entry to visit the Boleskine grounds, and a monthly newsletter on updates, offers, and events.
Thanks to our Friends of Boleskine House subscribers, the dream of restoring Boleskine House is truly becoming a reality!
We are always welcoming volunteers to come and work with us at Boleskine, either on or off site. We have local volunteers and those across the globe helping us.
Global and local skills needed
Our volunteers contribute their real-world skills and experience to make a difference for Boleskine House. Website management, marketing, security, design and logistics are just a few examples of how our dedicated volunteers keep the project running.
If you have the time and want to contribute, please send us your CV today!
Fighting isolation and mental illness
We know that physical exercise and social activities are recipes to help battle isolation and depression. With mental illness on the rise since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is important now more than ever to take time out, get outside, get our heart-rate up, and spend time with others. Our garden project enables local people the opportunity to get outside and enjoy the company of others.
Please send all volunteer enquiries to email@example.com and one of our team will be in touch with you.