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Support us

With your help we can protect the Mary Rose – icon of the Tudor seas.

The Mary Rose Trust receives no revenue funding from government – neither national nor local. As with most heritage organisations we earn our living as a visitor attraction. But to cover all our annual costs, maintain the ship, collection and Museum, and develop new educational, community and interpretation projects we need to look beyond our daily visitors. 

We are hugely grateful to the grantmakers and generous patrons and donors who support the Mary Rose. Your grants and donations ensure we can protect the Mary Rose – now and in the future.

There are many ways to give to the Mary Rose – all of them make a difference.

Become a Patron

Join our lively Patrons’ group and enjoy finding out more about the Mary Rose Trust.

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Make a donation

Make a single donation of any size. From the smallest to the largest gift, each one helps the Mary Rose.

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Become a Volunteer

Whether it’s helping with family workshops, assisting our education team with schools or answering questions for visitors, we have a wide range of roles available.

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Fundraise while you shop online

Sign up for EasyFundraising and every time you buy something from a number of online retailers, a donation is made to the Mary Rose Trust, at no extra cost to you!

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Fundraise with AmazonSmile

Shop at AmazonSmile and select The Mary Rose Trust as your chosen charity. Amazon will then give us a donation on selected products at no extra cost to you! If you currently have an Amazon account, you then you're already set up.

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Play the Portsmouth Community Lottery

By joining the Portsmouth Community Lottery you can help us and other good causes in Portsmouth plus be in with the chance of winning prizes up to £25,000! 

Tickets are £1 per week. From the tickets sold via our Portsmouth Lottery page, 50% will go to the Mary Rose Trust and 10% will go to other causes in Portsmouth.

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Thank you to all the grantmakers who have helped the Mary Rose’s journey since she was raised from the sea bed and brought back to shore in Portsmouth in 1982.