Become a Sponsor
The National Museum of Computing has received no funding from the government, the Lottery or the Bletchley Park Trust and is entirely dependent upon voluntary contributions.
Sponsors are of course very welcome and we have special donor packages.
Contact trustee Kevin Murrell for information.
The Museum's largest consortium donation to date, £100,000, came from Bletchley Park Capital Partners and its associates in September 2010.
In July 2010, InsightSoftware.com became TNMOC's inaugural Foundation Sponsor.
In October 2009, InsightSoftware.com made a generous donation to the museum which has helped us to expand the range of galleries we have open.
In September 2008, in a joint initiative, PGP Corporation and IBM made contributions to help expand and modernise the museum and to enhance the educational opportunities it offers. A dedicated website was set up to facilitate the collection of donations and to garner support from the technical community worldwide and to encourage further contributions to the cause.
Also in September 2008, the School of Computer Science at the University of Hertfordshire made a donation from its commercial earnings from its on-line degree programmes.
In January 2007, the British Computer Society made a substantial donation to secure the future of Colossus, the world’s first electronic programmable computer, in its original location where it cracked codes during World War II and played a key role in the Allied victory.
Black Marble kindly donated the funds that have allowed us to open the research office next to the Archive. The research office is open to all and given those super bookcases sponsored by BlackMarble, we can now show more of our extensive research archive.
Other companies and organisations are in discussion with TNMOC and we expect to announce further donations soon. If you are interested in making a contribution or wish to discuss any sponsorship ideas, please contact our fund raiser here.