Donations & Legacies
Protecting Arundells for generations to come
Why support Arundells?
Sir Edward Heath loved Arundells and very much wanted the house, garden and his art collection to be retained and made available for members of the public to visit and enjoy following his death.
The Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation was established in 2006 with the core objective of fulfilling these wishes.
Where does my money go?
From restoring a Churchill painting, mending a Ming dynasty bowl or the general upkeep, maintenance and repair that comes with a building of such age, there is always something that needs doing at Arundells.
£100 -Equipment to preserve the carpets
£450 – Clean and survey small paintings
£1,500 – Garden equipment and plants
£2,200 – Restoration of a large ceramic piece
£30,000 – Rebuild the crumbling terrace
Any amount you may be able to give, no matter how big or small, helps to preserve this beautiful property, in order that it can continue to be appreciated and enjoyed by many for years to come.
If you are able to add Gift Aid we receive an extra 25% over and above the sum you have donated. To be eligible for Gift Aid you need to be a UK taxpayer.
If you are considering leaving a legacy or making a donation then you may like to see for yourself what your money can do. Why not come and meet us at Arundells so we can give you and your family a guided tour and answer any questions you may have.
You can make a one-off donation by clicking the button below or by sending us a cheque. Please can cheques to be made out to The Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation and posted to Arundells, 59 Cathedral Close, Salisbury, SP1 2EN.
To discuss a legacy or funding a specific project, contact us on 01722 326546 and we will be able to discuss all options available to you and make a plan based on your requirements.
The Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation (Registered Charity No. 1112773)
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