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    Join Kew Support Kew while experiencing the best of the Gardens year-round with free entry, exclusive events, special offers and more
  • Donate
    Donate Kew is leading the quest to find plant-based solutions for people and our planet, but we need your help
  • Temperate House
    Restoring the Temperate House Help us to save the world's largest surviving Victorian glasshouse

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is one of the world's leading plant and fungal science and conservation organisations. Through our work we find plant-based solutions to global challenges such as biodiversity loss, food and water security, poverty, disease and changing climate. Our scientists are discovering new ways of using plants sustainably for the benefit of our people and our planet, while working hard to conserve and restore the world's habitats, particularly those most in danger. 

This vital work would be impossible without the support of people like you, and there are many different ways that you can help.

Become a Friend of Kew

When you become a Friend of Kew or buy Kew membership as a gift, you are supporting our vital science and conservation work. Members enjoy the beauty and tranquillity of the magnificent Gardens at Kew and Wakehurst throughout the year, as well as receiving a host of other benefits.

Find out about joining Kew


Donate

We receive around half our income from the government. However, without the generous donations of people and organisations, we would not be able to maintain our historic Gardens, buildings and glasshouses, or continue our vital science and convservation work.

Donate now


Adopt a seed

With four plant species at risk of extinction every day, it has never been more urgent to protect the endangered plants that may be key to our survival. By adopting a seed, you can help Kew's Millennium Seed Bank protect the future of the world's plants.

Adopt a seed for £25 or save a species outright from £1,000

The Hive: coming soon

Artist illustration of The Hive

The Hive will be a multi-sensory experience, exploring bees and pollination. Opens June 2016

More from Kew

Join Kew

Couple holding hands in the Gardens in summer

Enjoy unlimited access to Kew Gardens and Wakehurst.

Restoration project

Drawing of Temperate House plan

Support our five-year restoration of the Temperate House.

Support Kew's work

Photo of Brahea armata seeds being collected

Help us continue our work to protect biodiversity.

Corporate membership

The exterior of the Millennium Seed Bank in the evening

Reward and motivate your staff with Corporate membership.