Consider Donating your Car, Literature and Parts to The Rolls-Royce Foundation

The Rolls-Royce Foundation accepts a various assortment of donations. Everything from photographs to books, parts to chassis to full vehicles. 26 of the 28 cars in our museum are from donations. Literature is added to our extensive Research Library, parts are used to maintain the Museum cars with extras sold to help other owners. Cars are regularly maintained and driven to parades and meets, as well as displayed in the Museum. In addition to the tax benefits of a charitable donation, donors of cars are awarded Benefactor status including lifetime membership to the Foundation. Cars displayed in the educational Museum have plaques attached listing the name of the donor and a short bio. The Rolls-Royce Foundation’s Educational Museum is home to the largest collection of Rolls-Royce and Bentley motor cars open to free public display in the country. It contains many rare & unusual cars – each with a story. Please contact RRF Staff to begin the donation process.

Any make car is accepted for historical study and fund raising activities. Of course, Roll-Royce and Bentley cars, literature and parts collections receive special attention. Literature is added to our extensive Research Library, parts are used to maintain the Museum cars with extras sold to help other owners. Cars are regularly maintained and driven to parades and meets as well as displayed in the Museum. In addition to the tax benefits of a charitable donation, donors of cars are awarded Benefactor status including lifetime membership to the Foundation. Cars displayed in the educational Museum have plaques attached listing the name of the donor and a short bio. The Rolls-Royce Foundation’s Educational Museum is home to the largest collection of Rolls-Royce and Bentley motor cars open to free public display in the country. It contains many rare & unusual cars – each with a story.

Be assured your car is going to a good home. The Rolls-Royce Foundation has an active group of experienced and talented enthusiasts known as "Friends of the Foundation" who meet regularly on the 3rd Saturday of every month. They keep all of the cars in driving condition, service them regularly, display them at regional and national Rolls-Royce Owners' Club events and use them in conjunction with other charitable fund raising activities. 

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