appeal-pic2014 marks 30 years since Manchester Jewish Museum first opened its doors. Our fascinating journey through Jewish history in one of Europe’s most vibrant cities has thrilled tens of thousands of visitors. Our home in Cheetham Hill is a stunning former Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue, a cultural and architectural gem in its own right.

The cost of around £160,000 per year covers all the running costs of this much-loved small museum, the only one of its kind outside London. For many businesses this may seem like a small overhead, but for us it is becoming a crippling amount!

To continue to cover our costs we are trying to find as many ways possible to fund-raise and continue the growth of the Museum. One way is to continue with our £5.00 Appeal.

Survival AppealPlease play your part in helping the Museum doors stay open. All we are asking is for you to covenant £5.00 a month, although any donation is welcome, large or small! We also want you to ask all your friends if they will assist us.

This small amount could make such an enormous difference to us and you would be playing such an important part in keeping this landmark building open

Please download the forms by clicking on the PDF icon, and help us any way you can.