How to give
How to give
The South Downs Lottery is a fun way that you can support South Downs National Park and have a chance to win up to £25,000.
We occasionally have a special prize which must be won by a ticket holder on a specific draw. Our next special prize will be drawn on the the 29th February and is an overnight stay for two with our friends at Saltmarsh, Seven Sisters Country Park – visit www.saltmarshfarmhouse.co.uk to learn more about their beautiful farmhouse.
Please visit www.southdownslottery.co.uk find out how to play.
Make a donation
We have big ambitions for your National Park: we want to see more of the land managed for wildlife; more rare habitats protected; more local communities thriving and more people able to access and enjoy the landscapes.
We are proud to support high quality projects, informed by the South Downs Rangers, local communities and environmental and heritage experts.
Our operating costs are secured until 2021, so every donation you make goes to delivering much-needed projects within your National Park.
We are looking for local tourism businesses to join our visitor giving scheme.
Visitor giving is a simple way of inviting voluntary donations from visitors, inspiring them to put something back into looking after the places they love to visit. Tourism businesses of all types are perfectly placed to collect any contributions which their customers feel moved to give.
Our ambition is to raise £2 from each visitor to the South Downs National Park. This will go towards vital projects which will improve visitors’ experiences for years to come.
Visitor giving isn’t a one-size-fits-all scheme. It’s creative, flexible and we will be happy to discuss the best way you incorporate into your business.
Examples of what your support could help achieve:
- Support our volunteers through materials and equipment to enhance our special landscape. Limited equipment and resources hamper their work and ability to make a difference.
- Develop new community cycling and walking routes which contribute to community health and wellbeing as well as enabling people with limited mobility and young families to enjoy their National Park, for example, the Centurion Way which runs between Chichester and Midhurst in West Sussex.
- Protect the Adonis blue and other endangered species such as the pipistrelle bat and the water vole.
Learn more about our Visitor Giving Partners
Set up a named fund
This is the ideal vehicle for people who want to put something back into the South Downs National Park, over a longer period. This may be of particular interest to those who have considered establishing a charitable trust, but want to avoid the associated cost and administration.