- Ways to give
- Make a donation
- Leaving a gift in your Will
- Corporate support
- Giving Circles
- Give from the US
- Get active and fundraise
- RAF Museum Midlands Development Programme
- Adopt an Artefact
- How your support helps
- Contact our fundraising team
- Volunteering at the RAF Museum
- Volunteering at the RAF Museum Midlands
- Volunteering at the RAF Museum London
- Volunteering remotely
- Volunteering at London
- Paul Dodson – Aircraft Access
- Mojgan Dizadji – ESOL conversation cafe
- Chris Fenwick – Vulcan and Cold War Guide
- Bethany Trober – Learning Host
- Sandra Soer – Vulcan and Cold War Guide
- Guy Thomas – Tour Guide
- Clare Lehovsky – Handling Collection volunteer
- Pavlos Kakoulli – Digitisation volunteer
- Guy Taylor – Library and Archives volunteer
- Catherine Davidson – Needleworker
- Jim Long and Cliff Colmer – Photo Archive
- Mary Doyle – Access Advisory Group
- Vicky Kerrigan – Large Objects Conservation Care
- Tim Stevenson – Small Objects Conservation Care
- Natasha Constantinou – Small Objects Conservation Care
- Tim Cosgrove – Large Objects Conservation Care
- Volunteering at Midlands
- Volunteering Remotely
- Volunteering: Frequently Ask Questions
Landscape and Sustainability
We will deliver our programme to help the Museum reach our Carbon Net Zero target of 2030.
The RAF is also on a mission to reduce carbon emissions and achieve Net Zero across its estate by 2030 and the whole force by 2040. We are passionate that that we all have a responsibility to reduce our environmental impact and prevent climate change and we are committed to playing our part in ensuring our planet has a positive and long-lasting future. We will learn alongside the service, working with their sustainability think tank experts.
Increasing biodiversity and visitor wellbeing
We will invest in greening our site landscape to provide new opportunities for carbon capture, increasing biodiversity and delivering spaces in which visitors and staff can improve their physical and mental health.
Our site redevelopment will include a woodland area with walking trails and opportunities for discovery, learning, rest and contemplation. Investment in the outdoor realm outside the Collections Hub and new exhibition will incorporate seating with pockets of greenery creating much-needed outdoor facilities creating the option to host learning activities outdoors.
We will co-design these areas with groups that may not have access to green spaces, offering volunteering opportunities to help maintain them in the future. We will also explore and present stories of the RAF’s own environmental innovation within these new landscapes.
The RAF Museum Midlands Development Programme is being made possible with The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Thanks to National Lottery players, we are able to progress our plans for this project.