Donations of objects and in-kind support

'John Charles Robinson Medal', Felicity Powell, 2002. Museum no. A.5-2002

'John Charles Robinson Medal', Felicity Powell, commissioned by the V&A with funding from an anonymous donor, 2002. Museum no. A.5-2002

The V&A is very grateful to those who give works of art and other important objects to add to our collection.

We are obliged to make sure that every acquisition is in line with our collection policy, and that we have the resources to conserve and store each item properly. As a result, it is not always possible for us to accept donations of objects. However, in the event that we cannot accommodate your gift, we may be able to suggest an alternative recipient, so please do contact us if you have something you would like to give.

We are also grateful for other in-kind donations, for example of services or material support.

Please contact the Development Department for more information.

Development

Tel: +44 (0)20 7942 2760
Fax: +44 (0)20 7942 2150
E-mail: development@vam.ac.uk

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Sat 26 July 2014–Sun 01 February 2015

EXHIBITION: The V&A presents the first exhibition to explore the powerful role that objects play in grassroots movements for social change, demonstrating how political activism drives a wealth of design ingenuity.

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