The Freud Museum
The couch, a gift to Freud in 1891 from a grateful patient, Mme Benvenisti

The couch, a gift to Freud in 1891 from a grateful patient, Mme Benvenisti

Freud's desk, crammed with antiquities

Freud's desk, crammed with antiquities

Sigmund Freud and family

Sigmund Freud and family

Development

2016 is a very special year for us at the Museum as it is Sigmund Freud’s 160th birthday and the Museum’s 30th Anniversary. We have much to celebrate as we mark these occasions. Most importantly, we are proud to have stayed true to our founding mission to celebrate and interpret the work of Sigmund and Anna Freud and to make it available to the widest possible audience.

In the years ahead, we want to continue to tell the compelling story of the museum, continue to drive our passion to be a centre for learning, debate and enjoyment, and to be a hub for promoting the role of psychoanalysis in contemporary life.

Your support is vital to enabling us to do this.

Our ambitious fundraising programme for 2016 aims to provide financial stability for the Museum, so we can develop its potential and deliver the highest-quality experience, while preserving all that makes 20 Maresfield Gardens special. The Give 30 for 30 Years appeal asks for £30, £300 or £3,000; a donation for every year that the Freud Museum has been inspiring and educating.

An independent charity, the Museum receives no public funding. We rely on the generosity of committed friends and supporters who are passionate about the Museum and its work.

Give via DONATE at: www.easydonate.org/frm002

Comments, questions: If you have any queries about the Museum’s plans, please contact the Director, Carol Seigel on +44 (0)20 7435 2002 or email carol@freud.org.uk


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