How You Can Help


Whether you have joined the Friends of the Corinium Museum or not, you can still provide direct financial support through a donation.

Donations help the Friends look after the Corinium Museum collections for future generations. With your support we are able to acquire new objects for display, improve facilities and help fund Corinium Museum projects, such as the current Gladiators A Cemetery of Secrets Exhibition and the development of the new Stone Age to Corinium gallery.

You can make a donation by visiting the Friends Just Giving page.


Alternatively, you can make no cost to you online donations while you shop, by visiting our #easyfundraising page and signing up to easyfundraising.

Easyfundraising partners with over 7000 brands who will donate a part of what you spend on their website to the Friends of Corinium Museum. It does not cost you anything. The cost is covered by the brand. Major brands include: Amazon, Argos,, eBay, John Lewis, M&S etc. Sign up and whenever you shop with your favourite brands see them donate to the Friends.


When you visit the Museum you will see these signs. It is easy to just scan the QR code with your phone's camera.

It may also help to be connected to the Museum's free Wifi as mobile phone signals are blocked by the walls of the building.

If you prefer you can contact the Friends Membership Secretary at the Museum by email or by phone to arrange a donation.


If you have been inspired by the work of the Museum we'd like you to consider leaving a donation in your Will. If this is the case, please take the time to make your wishes known through your family solicitor and let us know also that is what you've decided.


A Friend can do more than pay a subscription or make a donation. A welcome is offered to anyone who wishes to give their time, or talents, expertise or interest towards furthering the work of the Corinium Museum. Why not make your contribution now towards the huge task of maintaining our heritage for posterity?

Corinium Volunteer Makers are a unique team of individuals of all ages, groups and organisations working together with Corinium Museum to help us to collect, preserve, and interpret our collections.