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Supporting Amgueddfa Cymru


There are several ways you can make donations, and many people decide to become a Friend, Patron, or to remember us in their Will. We also work closely with a number of businesses, large and small, who benefit from being associated with an important national institution.

We are also fortunate to enjoy the support of several charitable trusts and foundations. Please browse this part of our website to find out how you can ensure that future generations can enjoy the treasures we care for on their behalf.

Your Donation

Every donation made by members of the public goes towards one of our vital projects. You can make a donation in one of the following ways:

  • In one of the donations boxes at our museums
  • Online through the link above. This link will take you to a secure website operated by the Charities Aid Foundation, where you can make a donation to Amgueddfa Cymru
  • By post. Print off this donation form and send it to us
  • Do you feel strongly about a particular area of our collections? Contact our Development Department for more information if you want to make sure your donation goes towards a specific project.

Or if you would like to see your company enjoying the benefits of supporting Amgueddfa Cymru, please contact us to find out more.

Our Charity Registration Number: 525774

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