Make a donation

There are many different ways you can help Middleton Hall Trust raise funds to preserve our heritage and make new developments. You can sponsor one of our fundraising events, contribute to a new project or leave a gift in your will. Purchasing one of our guidebooks, a plant or a jar of jam on your next visit also helps us to generate vital funds.

Make a Donation

Donations can be made online using My Donate, a fundraising website operated by BT. We have chosen to use this website because they do not take away a percentage of your donation for themselves. Your full donation, minus a small card charge, is received by the Trust. Click here to make a donation.

You can also make a donation by sending a cheque to us or putting money in one of our collection points on your next visit.

Fundraising

Amy is running the Nottingham half-marathon on 30th September 2018 to raise money to restore the Tudor Barn. Amy’s target is to raise £1000. Hear more about her training, why she is running and how you can sponsor her by clicking here.

We are trying to raise £400 to enable us to professionally record the memories of past residents and volunteers as part of a new exhibition. Can you help? If so, please click here. 

Making a Gift in your Will

Legacies – gifts left by people in their wills – play a vital role in funding many of the restoration projects at Middleton Hall. By remembering Middleton Hall in their will supporters of the Trust have helped to save many of the buildings which make up the Hall when they fell into a state of disrepair. By leaving a legacy to support a restoration project at Middleton Hall you are leaving your mark and preserving a beautiful and unique part of local history for your children and grandchildren to enjoy for years to come. A small donation can make a huge difference.

Leaving a legacy is very easy to do and, as charitable donations are not taxable, Middleton Hall Trust will benefit from the full amount of your pledge. The Trust advises anyone making a will to take legal advice. A solicitor will be able to guide you through each step of the process, and advise on the different types of legacy you can leave.