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Adopt an object

Adopt an Object and help care for your favourite item at the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Museum (Royal Warwickshire).
We tell the story of the county regiment, but as a small charitable museum we need your support to help us to provide a good service and to continue to develop.
By making a donation and adopting an object, you will help us care for the collection and preserve heritage for you and future generations to enjoy.
Whatever your interest; from famous people, medals to world history, we hope you will get involved and Adopt an Object for yourself or as a unique gift for your friends, family or company/business.

How it works

Each object in our Adoption Catalogue has a suggested minimum donation for you to make - from 10 upwards.
As a thank you for your donation, during the period that you Adopt an Object you will receive a variety of benefits including a certificate of adoption and a fridge magnet photo of your object as a memento. For a full list of benefits, please see the table below.


Benefits Bronze 10-199
Certificate of Adoption tick
Information sheet on your adopted object tick
Fridge magnet with image of your adopted object tick
Text credit on our website/in the museum for duration of adoption tick
Introductory offer to the Friends of the Museum tick











Standard adoptions run for one year. But if you fall in love with your object, don't worry, you can renew your adoption for the following year at a 10% discount. Prices will be reviewed annually. Our Adoption Catalogue provides a list of all the spectacular objects that are currently available for adoption.

How to Adopt

To adopt an object from our catalogue, simply fill in our application form and post it to us. For further information regarding the Adopt an Object scheme, please contact Stephanie Bennett:

Tel: 01926 491653

Thank you for helping the museum by supporting the Adopt an Object scheme.