Supporting Landmark

With the generosity of our supporters we rescue threatened historic buildings, using the highest standards of craftsmanship and materials.  Every donation makes a real difference to buildings at risk, giving them new life for people to experience and enjoy.

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Help us save Fairburn Tower

One of Scotland's most prized tower houses.

Listed Category A, Fairburn Tower is a rare and precious survival, built in 1545 for Murdo Mackenzie, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber of King James V. The romance of its history matches that of its setting amid wide and beautiful views of Strathconon, some 20 miles west of Inverness.

Historic Environment Scotland considers this to be one of the most significant at-risk tower houses in the country. Your gift today could bring this fine building back into new use as a Landmark.

 

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Help us plan ahead with confidence.

Your monthly support will provide us with a steady and reliable income that gives us the essential confidence we need to take on often daunting challenges. We urgently need such vital funds to close funding gaps quickly and take action to save a building before it is too late.

We have already saved 200 important historic buildings; with your help, we can save more.

"I am happy to support Landmark's wonderful work and Direct Debit is the most simple way I can give." Barbara B, Regular Donor

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Give more - at no extra cost

As a UK taxpayer, your donations can gain an extra 25p for every £1 you give through the Gift Aid scheme. Even better, higher rate tax payers can claim an additional 37.5p for every £1 donated, which you can keep or pass on to any charitable organisation.

Please consider Gift Aid when you make a donation.

Find out more about other ways to give tax-efficiently.

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We treat donations with respect

As a charity we are reliant on donations to save and restore historic buildings. Every donation is precious and we ensure that we use our funds very carefully to give the best, sustainable future for these buildings.