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Museum of Royal Worcester
Museum of Royal Worcester
MoRW Resilience Fund

MoRW Resilience Fund

Why we need your help

Support the Museum of Royal Worcester recover from the impact of Covid-19
The Museum of Royal Worcester celebrates an exceptional heritage of local and international importance - the largest collection of Worcester porcelain in the world and the design archive - over 10,000 objects in world-class surroundings. We engage people with 250 years of colourful history and inspirational ceramic design, local skill and innovation that created things of beauty and utility out of the ‘white gold’ of porcelain, and transported it across the globe.
We welcome more than 12,000 visitors each year to our stunning, contemporary galleries, described as ‘amongst the wonders of the world, a magical place’. The Museum is at the heart of the Worcester community and we love to be able to connect people with local and international heritage. The Museum receives no regular public funding and relies on visitor income to sustain this rich heritage in the place where it was made and deliver our purpose to make it accessible now and into the future. So, today, we ask for your support us to get through these uncertain times and help us to preserve this magnificent inheritance by contributing to our Resilience Fund; if you can spare it. 
Our Resilience Fund will do exactly as the name suggests; provide the reserves we need to become more sustainable, resilient and contribute to the care needed for Worcester’s biggest collection of porcelain in the days to come. The fund will ensure the Museum remains accessible and responsive to as many people as possible. If you can help today, our promise is that we will use your donation to help look after and create more remote access to the collections now and for the future.
The Museum is offering a one-year season ticket as a token of their appreciation for donations over £25, which is enough to photograph and preserve online an object of beauty, such as the precious pattern books and artists’ watercolours. 
We’ve also got a number of ways to stay connected to the Museum online. Just go to, https://www.museumofroyalworcester.org/learning/enjoy-the-museum-from-home/
We are sharing stories of Worcester porcelain and staying connected with our #favouriteobject theme - follow the hashtag to find porcelain tales including Trustees of the Museum and TV antiques experts John Sandon and Philip Serrell talking from their homes about their favourite pieces of Worcester porcelain.
Get creative with family activity sheets to download to inspire you to create your own colourful designs, ideal for families to do together. 
From all of us here at the Museum of Royal Worcester, thank you for your support. Please accept our heartfelt thanks in advance for any gifts, of any size, you feel able to give today. We hope to be able to update you again, in happier times, very soon.
Thank you.  

The Museum of Royal Worcester engages people with the world's largest collection of Worcester Porcelain, and important design and factory archive - in the place where it was made. We connect diverse people of all ages with 250 years of ceramic design, skill and social history, that has been transported across the globe.  

We welcome over 12,000 people each year to our stunning, colourful, interactive galleries, described by visitors as ‘amongst the wonders of the world, a magical place’. The Museum celebrates our exceptional industrial heritage of local, regional, and national importance and is a cultural hub for the Worcestershire community.

We are an independent charitable trust and receive no regular public funding. We rely on visitor income and donations to sustain our rich heritage in the place where it was made and deliver our purposes to make it accessible now and in the future. 

Today, we ask for your support to help us through these uncertain times so that we can preserve this magnificent inheritance. Please donate to our Resilience Fund, if you can. 

Our Resilience Fund is to help build the reserves we need to become more sustainable and resilient to survive unforeseen crises like the pandemic. If you can help today, our promise is that we will use your donation to care for Worcester's biggest collection of porcelain and make it accessible for our grandchildren and future generation in years to come.

The Museum is offering a one-year season ticket as a token of their appreciation for donations over £25.

Stay in touch with the Museum! Sign up to our monthly e-newsletter mailing list at https://www.museumofroyalworcester.org/support-us/join-our-mailing-list/

Visit our creative resources online at https://www.museumofroyalworcester.org/learning/enjoy-the-museum-from-home/

Share your stories of Worcester porcelain. Follow us on social media and join our #favouriteobject campaign to find porcelain tales by our Trustees and TV antiques experts John Sandon and Philip Serrell talking from their homes about their favourite pieces of Worcester porcelain. We would like to hear about yours!

From all of us here at the Museum of Royal Worcester, a heartfelt thank you for supporting us through these difficult times. We hope to see you visiting again very soon! Check our current opening times here https://www.museumofroyalworcester.org/your-visit/opening-times/

Thank you.  

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