Our journey is not yet finished
As a not-for-profit organisation, Sinai Park House Trust relies on donations and gifts in bequests to ensure it can continue its work saving and developing Sinai Park House, so everyone can benefit from an ‘escape from the ordinary’ that a visit here will provide.
Your support through a donation or gift aid contribution helps continue to protect this historic house.
No matter how large or small a gift, it enables the future of Sinai Park House to be secured for future generations to enjoy.
Ways to donate
There are many ways you can help us to secure the future of Sinai Park House. You can support us by donating, purchasing an annual pass, becoming a friend, becoming an associate member, planning a visit, or offering your services. Any way you get involved makes a real difference.
Make a Donation
Make a valuable contribution to our conservation and community work.
Gain free entry to Sinai Park House for you and one family guest.
Adopt Sinai Park House as your charity and fundraise for us.
Become a Friend
Become part of the movement to secure the future of Sinai Park House.
Exclusive Sinai Park House Gifts
Unique and exclusive gifts inspired by Sinai Park House.
Your support through a donation or the purchase of a gift helps continue to protect this historic house. Any donation makes a difference no matter how large or small, and you will also be supporting our work to maintain and restore Sinai Park House.
As a not-for-profit organisation, the contributions raised from the sale of gifts play a vital role in helping us to continue our work of safeguarding Sinai for generations to come
For any amount donated, we will email you an interesting Sinai Park House fact sheet and a personal thank you letter.
Limited Edition Print
Include your details with your donation and you will receive a limited-edition print of Sinai Park House as a thank you.
To have your nominated initials carved into an oak ‘thank you’ beam when the Sinai Park House restoration is finished.
Tour for up to ten people of the Chalybeate Spring at Sinai by our local expert with mead and spiced cake.