How to donate
To discuss a donation call Jill Taylor on 020 8332 3248 during office hours or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our two beautiful and historic sites are among the world’s most-loved public gardens. Places where plants are cherished and celebrated – and where future generations come to learn.
Our extraordinary and important work would be impossible without the support of people like you. Although we receive around half of our income from the government, every year we need to raise as much again from other sources. That’s why we have launched the Kew Fund, so you can help support Kew and its vital work. You can support a specific area of our work or make a gift to support all the work Kew undertakes.
Ways to donate
Opened in 1863, the Temperate House is the largest surviving Victorian glasshouse in the world. Since August 2013, Kew has been undertaking a vital five-year restoration project to restore the Temperate House and its surrounding landscape and convert the adjoining Evolution House into a world class public engagement centre.
Help Kew save the world’s plant life and habitats at risk of extinction and support our work helping to combat climate change by making your donation today.
Help us look after our world-class botanic gardens and horticulture. Inspire future generations to find out more about the importance of plants for life.
Support Kew's country estate in West Sussex - 453 acres of ornamental gardens, temperate woodlands and the stunning Water Garden.
Support Kew’s scientists to break new ground and inspire generations of young people to get to know plants better.
Help us inspire new generations with a passion for botanic art, royal heritage and architectural innovation.
If you have a passion for Kew Gardens and value the vital plant science and global conservation work we do, you can help secure our future by leaving a gift to Kew in your will. Legacies of all sizes are a valuable source of funds at Kew.
There are a number of tax effective ways of donating to Kew for UK tax payers.