Donations and Support

As a voluntary organisation that receives no ongoing funding from central or local government, donations are always welcome.

Amazon Smile

amazon smileAmazon customers can now raise funds for the Society every time they shop, without spending anything extra.

Every time you buy an eligible product, Amazon donates 0.5% of the net purchase price (excluding VAT, returns and shipping fees) to one of several charities, at no additional cost to the customer or to the chosen charity.

You can choose which charity Amazon donates to, and the Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle Society is one of the options on the charities list. Alternatively, you can select LVVS when you log in here.


Donations, either towards our general running costs, or towards specific projects or vehicles are always welcome - cheques or postal orders (payable to Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle Society Ltd) are welcome via our postal address

If you would like to make a regular donation by standing order, please get in touch.

Donate Online

Donations can be made online using Paypal -

Gift Aid

If you are a UK taxpayer, any donations can be 'Gift Aided' allowing us to claim tax relief. A 'Gift Aid' form can be downloaded here (this also opens as a pdf document) - please contact us if you would prefer a copy by post.

e-bay Sell for Charity

The Society takes part in e-bay's 'Sell for Charity' Scheme, allowing sellers to contribute a proportion of the final sale price from one or more items to the Society, and be credited part of the sellers' fees in proportion to this contribution.

Donating an Item

Donations of items for sale, use or to add to the museum's collection are welcome - this can include tools, or photographs or artefacts relating to the motor trade, haulage and bus / coach industries (e.g. old uniform items, badges etc.)

But please contact us first to make sure we are ready and able to accept any items - please do not just leave an item at the Museum, especially when we are not open.

Legacy Giving

Our new building opened in 2010 was largely funded by two substantial legacies, and we welcome legacies of any size to help with our continuing development. If you would like to think about leaving a legacy to the Society, please get in touch.

page updated 17.6.18