The National Churchill Museum endowment ensures that educational programs, exhibits, outreach initiatives, and museum archives and collections activities are vital and flourish. It also funds historic preservation work critical to ensure the integrity of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury, the seventeenth-century Christopher Wren Church that is the Churchill Memorial in the U.S. The endowment allows us to serve communities from across North America and enjoy the freedom to develop and grow to meet the needs of changing and diverse audiences.
The museum has launched a $10 million Endowment Initiative to provide the permanent resources needed to fulfill the promises of its strategic plan. We are about 25 percent of the way toward that goal.
As an institution that relies almost entirely on private support, a bolstered endowment will secure the museum's future and connect the next generation to Churchill and the museum archives and collections. Gifts of $100,000 and above will be recognized in perpetuity on the Patrons' Permanent Fund Wall. Gifts may be designated to support specific programs and activities, or may be unrestricted to fund the areas of greatest need.
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