Since 2017, the Museum of the Moon has toured to over 20 cathedrals and churches across the UK helping them raise over £500,000 in donations from visitors, towards the upkeep of their buildings.

In 2021, we teamed up with the St.Mungo’s to raise money for their charity fighting homelessness. The Museum of the Moon was presented in Bristol Cathedral and in 18 days, over 65,000 visitors came through the doors to see the artwork. Thanks to the many thousands who donated so freely during their visit, we have been able to raise £15,000 for the charity.

Lamorna Hooker, St Mungo’s, said: “We are delighted that Luke Jerram chose to support St Mungo’s with the Museum of the Moon in Bristol this summer. It has been an amazing opportunity to introduce St Mungo’s to so many new people and we are honoured to have been associated with such an incredible exhibition. Your generous donations will help us to support even more people who are experiencing homelessness in Bristol; to support people in their recovery journey and prevent homelessness in the future.”

The Museum of the Moon was presented in Ashton Park School, Bristol in 2018, as a fundraiser for the performing arts department. £8000 was raised through public donations which allowed the school to buy audio and lighting equipment for the drama department.

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