Remember the BPMA in your Will
If you are passionate about philately, pillar boxes, vehicles, or any other aspect of postal heritage, and would like future generations to be able to share in that passion, please remember The British Postal Museum & Archive in your Will.
By remembering The British Postal Museum & Archive in your Will you can play a direct and vital part in helping us to preserve and enable wider public enjoyment of Britain's postal heritage for generations to come.
Your contribution will help us to:
- Preserve a unique and stunning national collection
- Develop educational initiatives to help young people enjoy Britain's postal heritage
- Continue our valued exhibitions, talks and activity programme
How to remember the BPMA in your Will
To remember The British Postal Museum & Archive in your Will the following wording can be adapted to reflect your wishes:
"I give (% residue of my estate/the sum of) to The Postal Heritage Trust (Registered Charity Number 1102360) of Freeling House, Phoenix Place, London WC1X 0DL for its general charitable purposes."
Unrestricted gifts help us to target your donation to the areas of greatest need each year. Your support will enable us to undertake initiatives which are crucial to our future.
As a charity, The British Postal Museum & Archive relies on the dedication and goodwill of all our supporters to secure our future. Please make a direct and lasting difference by remembering us in you Will.