Donations are always warmly welcome—in fact they are essential to the ongoing restoration and conservation of our collections and buildings. We value every donor and thank you for your strong support of our work. While much of our funding is provided by Auckland Council, we are dependent upon the generosity of our supporters and partners to ensure that we are able to share our collections with current and future generations of Kiwis and international visitors.

Donations over $5 are eligible for tax credits. MOTAT is a non-profit registered charitable trust and donor organisation, Charity number CC30945. 

MOTAT is currently seeking donations to assist in funding the following project(s):

Conservation of the Sunderland V NZ4115

Ways to donate:

Donate online

We've made it easy for you to donate to MOTAT and help us do more. Make your donation via Give a Little using our secure online payment facility. 


Internet banking

Here are the details you need if you'd like to setup up a direct debit or one-off donation using internet banking:

Bank: Westpac
Branch: Britomart
Account: 03-1509-0256329-000

To help us identify your donation, please include your name and the word 'donation' in the reference fields. Please email with your postal address if you wish to receive a receipt for tax purposes.

Donate by cheque

If you're sending your donation by cheque please make it payable to of Museum of Transport and Technology and mail it to:

MOTAT - Museum of Transport and Technology
Fundraising Coordinator
PO Box 44-114
Pt Chevalier  
Auckland 1246

Tax Information

Any individual who makes a gift of $5 or more to a charitable organisation can claim 1/3 of their taxable income or 1/3 of the total donations made in that tax year, whichever is the lesser amount.

Companies are also entitled to deduct from their net income any donations made to a charitable organisation as an expense. The total amount that can be deducted is limited only by the amount of the company's net income.

Your regular gift will help us plan for the future with confidence and thus ensure ongoing restoration and conservation of our collections. For further details please phone Kathryn Michie on 09 845 3709 or email