We exist to help children, families and young people to gain a greater understanding of the law and justice system and its related history, so they are inspired by their rights and responsibilities to become active citizens.
We are an independent museum and charity. and do not receive any core funding so we rely on visitor income and your donations to help support our work. There are many ways that you can help. Any gift that you give will make a valuable contribution, with examples including:
- £10 could buy XXXX
- £50 could buy XXXX
- £250 could buy XXXX
Here you can see examples of some of our special projects that have been made possible through funding and donations.
Making a donation is easy. Here are some ways that you can donate and support our work:
Link to donate online (via Merac?)
Donate by phone
Call 0115 952 0555 to donate by credit or debit card (possibly change to Daisy's number?)
Donate by post
You can send a cheque made payable to the National Justice Museum to the following address:
FAO Daisy Allsop, National Justice Museum, The Shire Hall, High Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 1HN
Add a donation to your booking
Simply by clicking on the 'add donation button?' when booking online or by speaking to one of our Customer Service Co-ordinators when booking by phone
Donate at no cost to yourself when shopping online
Simply sign up to www.easyfundraising.org.uk for free and over 2,700 retailers will give a donation, at no extra cost to you, every time you buy something and access their site via easy fundraising.
Register for Gift Aid
This is free to do and enables us to claim an extra 25p for every pound that you donate or on tickets purchased
Plan a fundraising event or activity
Why not hold your own fundraising event on behalf of the National Justice Museum? Planning an event is a great way to have fun whilst also raising money for a great cause. For help and support with your event or to find out more, call Daisy Allsop, Fundraising Coordinator on 0115 952 0555 or email Daisy.Allsop@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk