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The Churchill Archives Centre is a charitable organisation. It receives no direct public funding and relies on the support and generosity of trusts and individuals. Access for research and education is provided free of charge in the Centre's reading rooms, and there is a strong commitment to free on-line resources.
This is only sustainable with your help. Even a small donation can make a vital difference. The Archives Centre now houses the papers of Sir Winston Churchill, Baroness Thatcher, and many other leading politicians, diplomats, military leaders and scientists of the 'Churchill Era' and beyond, including: The Rt. Hon. Neil Kinnock, Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay, Field Marshal Lord Slim, Sir Frank Whittle, and Rosalind Franklin. The Archives Centre is the equivalent of two American presidential libraries but receives no direct public support. Instead, it relies on the generosity of foundations and individuals such as you. You can help us preserve and increase access to the raw material of history.
Donations are paid into a discretionary account for use by the Director of the Archives Centre. This account will be used to help save vulnerable collections, provide specialist equipment and materials, and meet special project costs. It will enable the Archives Centre to realise the true potential of its collections. Cheques should be made payable to 'Churchill College'.
Thank you for your generosity,
Allen Packwood, Director
Your donation will be used to help conserve vulnerable collections, acquire new materials, provide specialist equipment and materials, and meet special project costs. Even a small gift can make a vital difference in underwriting these priorities. All donations are fully tax-deductible. To support the Archives Centre, you can use the Cambridge in America giving page. Please indicate your wish that your donation be directed to ‘The Churchill Archives Centre'.