Sarah Matthews public archaeology (c)Crossrail

Ways to help

Our commitment to education through our Research and Community programme depends upon the generosity of individuals, supporting partners and grant giving bodies.

Our Archaeology Ambassadors are a select group who support us through advice and advocacy and have the opportunity to share in our discoveries and take part in events.

Our Patrons  provide long-term financial support for our charitable work, taking part in bespoke and exclusive events.

Our Supporting Partners provide support for our Research and Community Programme.  In return, we open the doors to their employees and stakeholders, helping them to build sustainable businesses.

Our Legacy donors make a far sighted commitment to the power of archaeology to connect people and place by supporting our research through gifts in their wills.”

Explore the ways to help below or contact Suzie Haworth, Director of Development at to find out more.

  • Community archaeology engagement in schools (c)MOLA

    Archaeology Ambassadors

    Our Ambassadors promote the meaningful social impact of archaeological research and community projects.
  • Corporate publc engagement in archaeology (c)MOLA

    Supporting Partners

    Our Supporting Partners demonstrate their commitment to heritage through their support.
  • Medusa mount under conservation at MOLA (c)Museum of London


    Our Patrons are benevolent and dedicated individuals who understand the importance of heritage.
  • Leaving a legacy for archaeology with MOLA

    Leaving a Legacy

    Leave a legacy to archaeology and help to inspire the next generation.