Contribute to and support the Museum of Bordeaux!
From managing exhibitions, acquisitions, restorations and museum displays to developing accessibility, education programmes and multimedia installations, the Museum of Bordeaux handles a host of projects which could not be done without your support.
Companies and foundations
By becoming a patron of the Museum of Bordeaux, your company can enjoy 60% tax relief on the amount of its donation up to a maximum of 0.5% of the company’s annual revenue. If a company exceeds this limit, the excess can be carried forward to the next five financial years (Law of 1 August 2003). Donations are not subject to VAT and are established through an agreement signed between the Museum of Bordeaux and the patron.
There are three different ways to be a patron.
- Donating money
- Donating equipment
- Donating skills
In supporting the Museum of Bordeaux, your company will be closely associated with the museum and its image promoted among your customers, partners and employees.
Being a patron is also an original and positive message to use in communications to raise your brand profile.
Regarded as true partners, patrons of the Museum of Bordeaux play an important role in sustaining our institution.
Patrons will also receive additional benefits up to a value of 25% of the donation.
- Promotion of your brand in our communications media
Your company name or logo in communications media, promotion on the museum website and in the museum newsletter, etc.
- Complementary admission
Free exhibition tickets for your employees and customers, VIP invitations for exhibition launches, etc.
- Use of the museum function areas
The Museum of Bordeaux has a selection of reception spaces to host your private events. Choose from the 18th century salon, the Relaxation square or the terrace to host drinks receptions or public events (depending on the size)
Any donation however big or small from private donors is essential to help the Museum of Bordeaux to grow. As a donor, you will receive 66% tax relief on the value of your donation up to a maximum annual limit of 20% of your taxable income (under the Aillagon Law).
Collection donations and bequests
If you would like to donate all or part of your collections to the Museum of Bordeaux, please fill out the form.
The following organisations support the Museum of Bordeaux
The Museum of Bordeaux would like to express its warmest gratitude to patrons and partners for their loyalty and support.
The Fondation Crédit Agricole d’Aquitaine supports projects in the areas of personal autonomy and regional heritage. In 2019, the Foundation helped the Museum of Bordeaux with its reopening and other projects.
Exclusive patron for disability projects
Duval leads large-scale projects focusing on the challenges of tomorrow’s world. The group is collaborating with the Museum on a workshop adapted to participants with disabilities.
As another sign of its commitment to the region, La Toque Cuivrée is contributing to the preservation of Bordeaux’ heritage. Joining forces with the Museum of Bordeaux, La Toque Cuivrée supports the Early years Museum.
Maison Arthus-Bertrand, which has its roots in French craftsmanship, was inspired by the handrail on the Museum of Bordeaux’ staircase for the design of one of its silver cuff links.
Station-Ausone is a portal for cultural life in Bordeaux. The Mollat bookshop’s webzine, Station-Ausone offered to capture the inauguration of the Museum of Bordeaux on camera.
Championing the Museum of Bordeaux in its efforts to raise awareness about environmental protection and respect for biodiversity is a key component of Château des Arras’ guiding mission.
Kaufman & Broad has grown its real estate development and construction business in France over 50 years. This sector leader is proud to lend its support to the Museum of Bordeaux.
Crédit Municipal, a municipal lending and social assistance body, supports the Museum of Bordeaux in its endeavours. Its funding will help the museum develop current and future projects.
Bespoke packaging and box manufacturer SECM has lent support to the Museum of Bordeaux through its crowdfunding campaign to have Kata Kata, a very rare black rhinoceros, stuffed.
Design studio Kubik has assisted the Museum of Bordeaux with its crowdfunding efforts by designing the visual for the Kata Kata black rhino campaign.
Le CECA participated to the crowndfunding for the black rhinoceros Kata Kata.
The rhino will arrive at the Museum of Bordeaux - Science and nature during the month of december.