SUPPORT THE SIR DENIS MAHON FOUNDATION

Please consider making a one-off donation to support The Sir Denis Mahon Foundation and its activities.

We are a registered charity and all donations, of whatever size, would directly support our educational and exhibition programmes.

In the picture: a graphic composition by the artist Leonardo Passeri (born 1982) showing a detail of “Saint Roch giving Alms” by Annibale Carracci (1587-1595) in the collection of the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister in Dresden, Germany.

For support smaller donations can be made directly via PayPal.
All donations, small or large, make a considerable difference to our endeavours and your support would be greatly appreciated.

If you are a UK tax payer, any donation you make will qualify for tax relief under Gift Aid. For example, if you make a donation of £1,000, The Sir Denis Mahon Foundation would be able to reclaim an extra £250 from the Inland Revenue.

You can also benefit as a higher rate tax payer as if, for example, you donate £1,000, you could be entitled to claim up to £250 from the Inland Revenue, which means that your donation of £1,000 to The Sir Denis Mahon Foundation would only cost you £750.

You can also support us by co-sponsoring our Events such as the Essay Prize dinner or the cost of the ceremony. You can also co-sponsor our exhibitions, or the catalogues, which would offer great scope for publicising your business or brand.

Finally, please remember to visit our Shop. Any purchase supports our education and exhibition programmes.

For more information, and to donate, please email suzanne.marriott@crsblaw.com

You can also write to Suzanne Marriott at :
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP, 5 Fleet Place, London EC4M 7RD.

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