We’re holding a raffle to raise money for Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice!
Along with 30 other businesses we have gladly accepted the Hospice’s ‘£50 challenge’. The way it works is, the charity gives you £50, you use that £50 to generate more money, and it all goes back to the charity once the challenge is over at the end of September 2019.
How can you participate?
Please donate any amount that’s comfortable for you to give.
To enter the raffle to win your very own Museum in a Box, you'll need to donate £10 or more. It’s that easy! And, you can increase your chances of winning if you donate in multiples of £10. For example, if you donate £50, you will be entered into the raffle five times! Or if you donate £100, that's ten raffle tickets!
Please make sure to tick the box that says you're OK to be contacted by the charity afterwards, otherwise we won't be able to give you your prize Box!
We are also going to donate a Museum in a Box to the Hospice for trained volunteers to share with children and their families during home visits.
The Raffle Prize
If you're the lucky winner, you will receive:
- A Museum in a Box
- One Collection about either the History of Science (http://www.museuminabox.org/boxes/#026) or Ancient Egypt: Daily Lives (http://www.museuminabox.org/boxes/#011) - either will be a mix of 3D prints and postcards
- Free postage to wherever you are in the world!
The Box just needs to be plugged in, and doesn't need to be on WiFi to work. We will also share more info with you about our growing content library, and our "Make Your Own" kit, to help anyone make a museum collection about whatever they're interested in.
Museum in a Box is an educational technology company based in Hoxton, London. Our mission is to help museums increase access to their collections, and bring cultural education into hard to reach places.
We make a hardware device called the Box, and work with museums all over the world to develop Collections with them. Collections can be made of 3D printed objects or postcards. When you put an object on the Box, it'll come to life with an audio response. "History that speaks for itself."
There's a lot more info on our website - http://museuminabox.org - so please do have a look at that!