The Museum is a charity and our exhibitions, learning programme, public events and conservation are paid for with donations from trusts, foundations and individuals. Every donation, no matter what the size, makes a difference. If you would like to support us today, here’s how your money could help:
£5 could supply one school with art boxes and materials for a visit
£8 could pay for a disadvantaged child from the local community to attend an art workshop
£12 could pay for a day’s conservation of our Collection
£25 could pay for a disadvantaged child from the local community to attend a nursery group for a term
£40 could pay for a child from a London hospital ward to take part in an art project
£60 could pay for our 1920s Broadwood piano to be tuned and used for our free concerts
£200 could fund an artist-led workshop for 28 children, plus their families
Ways to donate
You can make a one-off donation here.
Donate by post
To make a one-off donation by post please make your cheque payable to ‘The Foundling Museum’ and send to:
Development Department, The Foundling Museum, 40 Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AZ.
Donate in person
If you would prefer to make a donation in person, there are donation boxes in the Museum, or you can speak to a member of our front of house team during your visit.
Give by bank transfer
To make a donation to the Foundling Museum directly from your bank account, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. If you are considering setting up a standing order, why not join one of our membership schemes to enjoy the benefits of giving regularly to the Museum.
Leave a legacy
One of the most effective and personal ways to make a lasting impact on the Museum’s work is to remember our charity in your will. If you would like to discuss leaving a legacy, please contact the Development department.