This is a time of extraordinary opportunity both for the Museum and the global scientific community. As a Patron, you can be part of it.
Patrons play a vital role in funding essential projects at the Museum.
Patronage starts from £1,000 per annum. In return for your gift, you can enjoy:
Professor Ian Owens
‘With your help, we will draw on the Museum’s unique expertise and collections to pursue work that is distinctive, excellent and relevant. Patrons in particular will enable us to maximise our impact so we can rise to our challenges, and succeed.’
- Professor Ian Owens, Director of Science
The Museum is committed to staging groundbreaking exhibitions, providing world-class learning opportunities and addressing major scientific challenges.
To help focus our work, we have identified five grand challenges:
We hope you can join us in funding vital scientific research for the current world and future generations.
Jenny Halpern Prince
‘The Natural History Museum is the finest building in London and provides and invaluable resource to every generation.’
- Jenny Halpern Prince
‘The Natural History Museum is not only at the cutting edge of current science, it also has a rich history of discovery and collections. There is an enormous amount of historic material in the Museum’s collections. That is what interests me at the Museum.’
- George Loudon
For more information or to become a Patron email Gabriela Hallas or call us on +44 (0)20 7942 5906.