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Donate on the Just Giving website. After you have made your donation, please add a message to let us know your donation is for the Staffordshire Hoard Appeal.
Text STAF09 £3 to 70070 to make a £3 donation today.
Please download this form to make a donation by cheque. Please make the cheque payable to 'Birmingham Museums Trust'.
Cash donations can be made by museum visitors in collection boxes at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and at The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery.
All donations will go to Birmingham Museums Trust dedicated Hoard appeal.
In 2009 you helped us by raising £900,000 towards the acquisition of the original find of the Staffordshire Hoard.
We were delighted that 81 more pieces of the Staffordshire Hoard were found by archaeologists when working on the site after the field in Hammerwich was ploughed in November 2012.
Just days after a donation appeal was launched in May 2013 for the new finds, we were thrilled to announce the news that they had been secured for the nation by a single donation from Royal court jewellers, Wartski, who made the Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding ring.
We were absolutely delighted by the donation and are looking forward to working on conserving and researching the new finds, along with the other 3,500 pieces and fragments of treasure.
To help us continue this vital work, and to display the treasures for all to see across the region and beyond, your ongoing donations are vital.
Birmingham Museums Trust (on behalf of Birmingham City Council) is the joint acquiring partner of The Staffordhire Hoard with The Potteries Museum, Stoke-on-Trent (part of Stoke-on-Trent City Council). We are working with partners in Staffordshire County Council, Lichfield District Council, Tamworth Borough Council, The British Museum, English Heritage and the Portable Antiquities Scheme. The Staffordshire Hoard was originally acquired in March 2010 thanks to a public donations campaign led by the Art Fund, the national fundraising charity for art.
For further information please contact:
The Fundraising and Development Office, Birmingham Museums Trust
Telephone: 0121 348 8293