Thank you for choosing to support MOTAT.
The support and generosity of individual donors, families, businesses, and corporate organisations continue to positively impact the activities of MOTAT. In a rapidly changing world, further support helps the Museum innovate and evolve, providing future generations with the knowledge and context they need to succeed.
MOTAT is partly funded by Auckland Council – this means we rely on community support to keep doing what we do.
Your gift to MOTAT will inspire the curious minds and thought leaders of tomorrow by helping our innovative education programs and events, and world-renowned exhibitions reach even more audiences.
You can read about one of our funding projects to ensure the historic integrity of our iconic Pumphouse here.
We've made it easy for you to donate to MOTAT and help us do more. Make your donation via Give a Little using our secure online payment facility:DONATE NOW
If you prefer not to donate online using your debit or
credit card there are several other ways to donate money to MOTAT.
You can transfer your donation to MOTAT via our bank account.
Reference: (Please use your
surname/last name or Company Name)
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Please ensure you also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to provide us with your contact details to ensure we can send you your receipt to you.
To donate by credit card over the phone, or for any enquiries about donating, please call (09) 815 5800. We can process one-off donations.
The easiest way to make a cash donation is to drop into either MOTAT Shop.
MOTAT 1 – 805 Great North Road Western Springs.
MOTAT 2 – Aviation Display Hall 200 Meola Road Western Springs.
We have been notified that our bank, Westpac, have set a date to phase out cheques by 25 June 2021. From this date we will no longer be able to bank any cheques from donors. We will be accepting cheques up until this date.
MOTAT is a non-profit registered charitable trust and donor organisation, Charity number CC30945. Donations over $5 are eligible for tax credits. Any individual who makes a gift of $5 or more to a charitable organisation can claim 1/3 of their taxable income or 1/3 of the total
donations made in that tax year, whichever is the lesser amount.
Companies are also entitled to deduct from their net income any donations made to a charitable organisation as an expense. The total amount that can be deducted is limited only by the amount of the company's net income.
Your regular gift will help us plan for the future with confidence and thus ensure ongoing restoration and conservation of our collections. For further details please phone Kathryn Michie on 09 845 3709 or email email@example.com.