Funding the Trust
- Last Updated: Thursday, 29 June 2017 10:38
The National Trust is a non-profit, charitable organisation, and as such depends on financial donations from the community. However, every effort is made to diversify sources of income.
Approximately one-third of annual revenue is derived from rents of Trust properties; one-third from donations and special event fund raising; and one-third from a combination of sources including cultural tourism and museum admissions, government grants, sales and membership dues. Bequests provide an alternative means of assisting the Trust in endowments and/or capital projects for the purpose of protecting properties, museum collections and areas of environmental importance to Bermuda.
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