To promote the conservation of Queensland's heritage places the National Trust runs public appeals known as Heritage Conservation Appeals. These appeals offer contributors the ability to claim their donations as a tax deduction.
There are currently around 30 active appeals of varying sizes, the largest of which is the Brisbane ‘Save City Hall’ Appeal. The National Trust charges a small percentage fee of funds raised for hosting the appeal. Conservation includes maintenance and repairs that retain the place’s significance.
For more information about appeals or making a donation for a heritage conservation project, contact the National Trust Queensland Head Office on 07 5534 0812.