Sponsorship and Donations
Our Land Air and Sea exhibits aim to bring future generations into direct contact with the 'inspiration, aspiration and a 'go to it' attitude of the highly motivated and skilled dreamers that lie behind our exhibits of creative invention. We believe that these are among the most important attributes we can pass on and that this is one of the most exciting ways to achieve it.
Our collection is currently funded from private resources due to the perceived unacceptable costs and restrictions of registered charity law. For those who share our aims, we need your help by way of financial and material help in the following ways.
- By making a financial donation at any time to 'Land Air and Sea'.
- By remembering us in your will with a financial legacy.
- By the supply of low cost or free transportation services to both collect and tour single and multiple exhibits to and from any part of the world.
- By the supply of cheap or free secure accommodation near Sevenoaks, Kent UK for items of our growing collection.
- By the supply or locating of 3-4,000 Ft Sq of exhibition space near Sevenoaks or Dartford Kent, UK. Including parking and outside space for demonstrations. This must be easy to get to for all our overseas friends. Possibly redundant farm buildings may be suitable.
- By the supply of all types of items necessary for the ongoing maintenance and restoration of our exhibits.
- By remembering us should surplus exhibition and display equipment become available that could be suitable for our future museum or mobile displays.
- The provision of free or cheap insurance cover for our exhibits including third party liabilities, covering time on road touring exhibitions and items when on static display.
- By promoting our exhibition resources and facilities wherever possible (come on kids - pester your school to book a display!).
- By providing us with information and contacts as to where we may find fascinating new items of the right kind for our collection. If in doubt - we don't bite, please tell us what you know!
- By creators, dreamers, companies or beneficially minded owners, donating to us fascinating and interesting vehicles, prototypes, related items, storeys, records and other memorabilia that could fit into any category of our museum collection aims. So much has been lost in the past with no specific museum collection having been available for these types of project. We will consider any item anywhere in the world, so please give us a try.
For all donated items and financial assistance we are lastingly indebted. A full acknowledgement and receipt for donations will be given and entered into our records.
Please always remember that our visitors are interested in everything about the items. Who built them, who used them, what the creative dream was and what problems were faced and overcome (or not as the case may be). Even photographs of the shed or workshop and its location plus photo's of the creators are of great fascination and historical record. This could be a dignified and fitting way to pass on the memory of a loved one, or in which to pass the thrills and lessons of your own creative inventions to inspire future generations.
For donations we have had to regretfully decline (collection space available means tightly targeted displays only), we say a very big thank you for having had the generosity and greatness of spirit to have made the offer. We will always be interested in holding records, even of items we may have had to decline. We may also ask if the items are available in the future should our collection become greater in size than we currently envisage or as we change the display from time to time.
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Date Changed : 02/08/07