Etch your name in history
The National Museum of Australia needs your help to transform its entrance into a bush garden and People’s Walk.
For a tax-deductible gift of $1000 your name, a family name or that of a loved one will be etched into a bluestone paver in our People’s Walk. Gifts can be made over one or two years.
Help create a museum for the 21st century
The People’s Walk will lead visitors from the Christina and Trevor Kennedy Garden to the Museum entrance. A limited number of 40 cm x 20 cm pavers along the walk are available to be etched with donors’ names.
The walk is key to our Kennedy Garden redesign and is the first step of an ambitious masterplan to 2030, with a doubling of our exhibition space and play areas for children of all ages.
The new Kennedy Garden will feature a welcome to visitors from the land’s traditional owners. The People’s Walk will continue this welcome, extending it on behalf of Australia’s diverse population.
The National Museum of Australia has the discretion to refuse any name that does not fit within its publication guidelines.
The National Museum of Australia ABN 70 592 297 967 is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient. Gifts of $2 or more are tax deductible. Your tax receipt will be posted to the address provided.
Donations are held by the National Museum of Australia Fund established by Section 34 of the National Museum of Australia Act 1980 for the purpose of furthering the Museum’s mission.
The personal information that we collect and hold about you will only be used for the purpose of administering your donation and, if you have requested it, to provide you with information about the bequest program.
We may also contact you from time to time to provide you, as a valued donor, with information about the Museum’s programs, events and activities. You may choose not to receive such information at any time. We will not otherwise disclose your personal information to anyone unless you consent, or we are required or authorised by law (including the Privacy Act 1988) to do so.
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