Rivers are the heart of the natural world, and the heart of everything that we do. For over two decades our dedicated team have been using their vast knowledge of the local area, and the natural world, to improve over 375 miles of rivers in Lancashire and North Yorkshire. As a charity, this work is only possible thanks to grants and donations like yours. When you make a donation to Ribble Rivers Trust aims to conserve and protect the River Ribble, and all the rivers that flow into it, for wildlife and people.
Help us to protect your rivers, make a donation today.
How your support will help
Your donation will go directly towards on-the-ground action that will make a real difference in the health and vitality of our rivers. Ribble Rivers Trust work to remove river blocking weirs, engineer new wetlands, and create new woodlands, all with the goal of making our waterways healthier and more resilient.
And we do more than just environmental restoration. Our team work closely with urban and rural communities. Together we help people make positive changes to their lifestyles, businesses, and farming practices that will benefit both people and the environment. Specialist staff also teach primary school children about the importance of rivers in the natural world, inspiring the next generation of conservationists.
Our goal is a world where our rivers are clean and healthy. Where we can play and explore in nature and where wildlife thrives and rivers teem with life. That’s the world that Ribble Rivers Trust is working to create. When you become a supporter, your help means our charity can make that vision a reality.
Gift Aid your support if you want the Ribble Catchment Conservation Trust Ltd (Registered Charity No 1070672) to treat all donations you make as a Gift Aid Donation. This starts from the date you begin supporting us until you notify the trust otherwise or cancel your support.
For every £1 donated through Gift Aid we can recover from HMRC a further 25p at no cost to you. Gift Aid is reclaimed by our charity from the tax you pay for the current tax year.
You must be a UK taxpayer to make a valid Gift. If you pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all your donations in the tax year, it is your responsibility to pay any difference.
Higher rate tax relief can be claimed by your on Gift Aid Donations.
A Declaration can be cancelled at any time by notifying us. It must cease if you no longer pay sufficient tax on your income and/or capital gains.