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Give to Royal Oak today to support educational events, undertake substantial conservation and preservation projects and provide essential scholarship opportunities.

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Videos by 2015 Horan Prize Fellow, Justin Kegley 

Dear Royal Oak Friend,

Have you strolled through the renowned gardens of Sissinghurst or Hidcote? Have you trekked the trails to take in the expansive reach of the White Cliffs of Dover? What about the many treasures housed at Petworth – do you remember those first discoveries? Many of us hold dear those memories, and we at Royal Oak are proud to be a virtual companion on your National Trust journeys.

Donors like you are the heart and soul of Royal Oak and crucial to the Foundation’s charitable mission. Our enduring partnership with the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland has succeeded because of dedicated members like you.

I wanted to remind you, your annual donation is helping to preserve and restore the hundreds of historic structures, miles of coastline, and acres of countryside protected by the National Trust. I am certain you understand the importance of guarding our shared heritage not just for trips abroad, but for future generations to experience.

There are countless initiatives at the Trust that need your support. You are preserving the follies of Stourhead, restoring the grand ballroom at Knole, and securing key curators who safeguard the Trust’s vast collection.

Thank you for being a part of The Royal Oak Foundation and National Trust family. Your gift will strengthen our efforts to ensure the Trust’s legacy by bringing Americans together to learn about, experience, and support places of great historic and natural significance in the United Kingdom.

Sincerely yours,

Lynne Rickabaugh
Chair of Royal Oak

PS: I am pleased to share our 2015 Annual Report, which details the substantial accomplishments the organization has made because of supporters like you.

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Click to watch the videos created by Royal Oak’s 2015 Horan Prize Fellow, Justin Kegley