Online donations help support local heritage
Fans of Eastwood-born writer, D.H. Lawrence can now help support D.H. Lawrence Heritage’s D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum and Heritage Centre by donating online.
The ‘Digital Giving Project’ was launched at this year’s D.H Lawrence Festival opening and will help D.H. Lawrence Heritage support their annual activity programme which includes local heritage events and an established education and learning programme to help encourage more people to engage with arts and literacy.
D.H. Lawrence Heritage was awarded funding to set up the donation portal on the D. H. Lawrence Heritage website, from the Heritage Lottery Fund earlier this year.
Broxtowe Borough Council’s Portfolio Holder for Arts, Leisure and Culture, Councillor Ian Tyler said: “This is a fantastic project that will help ensure that the Heritage Centre and Birthplace Museum can diversify its income to continue to offer quality community events with real benefit for the local area.
“The D.H. Lawrence Heritage team work extremely hard and we are delighted that funds have already been generously donated by a variety of supporters.”
The Heritage Centre will now work towards further developing online donations with local businesses and corporate sponsors.
To support the work of D.H. Lawrence Heritage visit the D. H. Lawrence Heritage Membership and Support page.
D.H. Lawrence Heritage is a multi-award winning, two site visitor attraction in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, not far from junction 26 of the M1. The attraction brings together a museum, heritage centre, gift shop, art gallery, meeting room facility and civil wedding venue.
For more information please contact D.H. Lawrence Heritage on 01773 717 353 or email email@example.com.
You can now also find D.H. Lawrence Heritage on Facebook as well as on Twitter by following @DHLHeritage.