The Hunterian Fund
The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery at the University of Glasgow is Scotland’s oldest public museum.
Established in 1807, following the bequest of the collections of the eminent Scottish physician and obstetrician, William Hunter (1718-1783), it is home to one of the top five collections in Scotland with over a million items ranging from meteorites to mummies as well as major collections by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, James McNeill Whistler, the Glasgow Boys and Scottish Colourists.
Every gift to The Hunterian helps us care for our superb bequest and enables us to make our collections accessible to the general public and for educational use. Your gift will help support one or more of the following areas:
• Conservation and acquisition
• Education and accessibility
• Supporting a specific collection
• Supporting special exhibitions
Gifts of £250 and over will be recognised through our gifted scheme. There are also major gift opportunities in these areas and opportunities to support The Hunterian with a donation towards one of our Collections. For more information please contact us.
You can also Support Us through a range of superb sponsorship opportunities or Venue Hire of The Hunterian for your special event.
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