Will you help us preserve this precious part of Scotland’s history?

Historic Kilbride records the story of this part of Scotland, from at least the arrival of Christianity to recent times, and, in addition to Clan MacDougall, many Scottish clans are associated with it, including Campbell, Livingston, McIntyre and more.

Our volunteers have contributed more than £35,000 and thousands of work hours to date to make the site safe and available to visitors and the community. We achieved Historic Environment Scotland Schedule Monument status for the site in June 2019 and funded our first archaeology dig in July 2020.


Now our Preservation Plan calls for us to urgently stabilise the west gable of the church, at a cost of £16,000. Without this work, the masonry is at risk of collapsing, risking our conservation efforts and making part of the site unavailable to visitors.We are also raising funds toward a £165,000 capital building preservation campaign.

We have started a GoFundMe campaign and a Paypal Giving Fund to help us reach our goals.




Any amount that you can give will help us reach our goal!


Alternatively, we accept cheques payable to Friends of Kilbride. The mailing address is:

Friends of Kilbride
c/o An Tobar
Lerags by Oban
PA34 4SE

As FroK is a registered charity, your donation can be claimed as a tax deduction in the UK.  

Own a business?

We are seeking corporate sponsorships and would love to talk with you about how your financial gift can helpWe are also thankful for donations of goods or services in kind, such as heavy machinery rental, gardening equipment, plants, expertise, etc.

Want to volunteer?

Maintaining the grounds of Kilbride is a full time job, and we couldn’t do it without volunteer assistance. You can help out with a few hours of your time doing jobs such as cutting grass.

Get in touch today if you would like to help at