The House of Memories programme exists to make a difference to the lives of people living with dementia and their caregivers through the range of dementia awareness training, resources and memory activities that we deliver.
Please support our award-winning work by making a donation to House of Memories.
£5 could help pay for a person living with dementia to share their memories using a House of Memories memory tree.
£10 could help us to buy a new object for one of our memory suitcases to help a person living with dementia to reminisce.
£15 could help pay for one of our free weekly Meet me at the Museum drop-in memory activity sessions.
£50 could help pay for a care home to use House of Memories memory trees with their residents who are living with dementia.
£100 could help us support our When I was little memory activities for grandparents and grandchildren to share and record memories.
Any gift you can give, small or large, helps us to continue to provide a range of activities and resources such as a our family and friends workshops, our memory suitcase loan service, and our weekly drop-in sessions and memory walks.
How to donate
There are lots of ways you can donate to House of Memories
- Send a cheque made payable to
'House of Memories' to:
Midland Railway Building
1 Peter Street, Liverpool L1 6BL
If your company is interested in making a donation, or would like more information about supporting House of Memories in different ways, you can find out more here.
We are a charity and all your donations go to fund our work, helping us to remain free for our three million visitors each year. If you are U.K. income tax payer you can Gift Aid your donations. We would love you to support our work in an ongoing way by becoming a member.
National Museums Liverpool is a non-departmental public body (NDPB). We are regulated by the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) which provides the majority of our revenue funding. Museums and galleries regulated by DCMS are exempt charities under Schedule 3 of the Charities Act 2011.