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There are many ways to support the Wallace Collection

JustgivingDonate Online for a quick single donation or a monthly Direct Debit

 

Other ways to support us directly

  • Donate by Post: Download and print our donation form to make a single or regular gift

  • Donate by Bacs: Get in touch to inquire about direct bank transfers. Email us on fundraising@wallacecollection.org or call 020 7563 9538

  • Donate by Cheque: Donation cheques should be made out to “The Wallace Collection” and send to the Development Office at Hertford House, Manchester Square, London, W1U 3BN

  • Become a Friend: for only £45 a year you can enjoy a number of benefits, more information found here.

  • Become a Benefactor: and join a group of peers interested in the arts, with a varied and dynamic annual programme of previews, events and social gatherings. Click here for more information.

Donate with Gift Aid: If you are a UK taxpayer and select Gift Aid we can claim 25p for every £1 you give us from HM Revenue and Customs – this is on top of your donation and at no extra cost to you. Download the form here.

 

What your donations help us achieve

Research – The Curators are responsible for the interpretation, display and presentation of the works of art in the Collection. An important part of their work is to carry out research on the 5637 objects in The Wallace Collection and make their findings accessible through publications and free exhibitions to the public.

 

Education- The Wallace Collection Education Department was founded in October 1998. The Centenary Project saw the development of a bespoke study centre/education space and by 2002-03 the facility was thriving. Today over 30,000 children, young people and adults are accessing the many workshops, study days, outreach programmes, concerts, conferences and special events on offer.

 

Conservation - The Conservation Department is responsible for the wellbeing of all objects in the Wallace Collection. It operates with particular speciality in the conservation of the decorative arts, furniture, picture frames, arms and armour and metalwork. It also plays a key role in the Trustees’ objectives to preserve the collection for future generations.