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Supporting Partners

Becoming a MOLA supoporting partner is an exciting way to realise your business’s CSR objectives. We develop bespoke and mutually beneficial partnership packages.

Supporting partners receive a bespoke package of benefits tailored to suit your business’s CSR needs. This can include:

  • Recognition and branding across MOLA events, websites, project publications and marketing material
  • Use of MOLA Time Trucks to deliver your community engagement activities, CR/sustainable business objectives, as well as bespoke events for your key stakeholders
  • Invitations to senior staff to exclusive MOLA events, offering networking opportunities with other key stakeholders and supporters
  • Bespoke client events including special exhibitions of the latest finds and site visits to major new discoveries
  • Bespoke staff events including lectures, CPD days, friends and family site visits and finds handling workshops
  • Preferential access to MOLA community events for your staff and their families
  • Complimentary copies of MOLA publications

For businesses involved in the development industry, a MOLA Supporting Partnership coupled with our world class commercial services offers a unique package to deliver sustainable development, in the most time efficient manner, with maximum CSR benefit.

To discuss the rewards your business will unlock by becoming a MOLA Supporting Partner, please contact Suzie Haworth, Director of Development and Fundraising at

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    Archaeology Ambassadors

    Our Ambassadors promote the meaningful social impact of archaeological research and community projects.
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    Our Patrons are benevolent and dedicated individuals who understand the importance of heritage.
  • Thames Discovery Programme on the foreshore (c)MOLA

    Current campaigns

    Support our current charitable campaigns and make a positive impact with archaeology today.
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    Research and Community Projects

    We carry out a range of research and community archaeology projects every year, with our partners.