The Capodistrias Museum – Center of Capodistrian Studies relies on your support!
By supporting the work of the museum, you actively contribute to its operations and programmes, such as its educational programmes, exhibitions, events, and much more.
The Capodistrias Museum – Center of Capodistrian Studies is a civil non-profit organisation, which is not linked to any bequest, endowment or public subsidy. Its continuous operation and, by extension, its development, are supported by the revenue generated by its services and, most importantly, by sponsorships, grants, and donations, as well as its participation in funding schemes.
The museum itself and its main collection come from the donation made by the late Maria Capodistria-Desylla, a descendant of the Capodistrias family, to three Corfiot cultural organisations: the Reading Society of Corfu, the Philharmonic Society of Corfu (Palea), and the Society for Corfiot Studies. Over time, the museum has reached out to various donors to preserve, study and promote our national heritage. Find out more here about the supporters of the museum from its founding to the present day.
SUPPORT THE MUSEUM
The aim of the Capodistrias Museum – Center of Capodistrian Studies is the study and promotion of knowledge about Ioannis Capodistrias’ life and legacy, as well as the preservation and display of its historical collection and the Capodistrias estate of Koukouritsa. In order to achieve this, the museum continually seeks support in the form of sponsorships and donations, as well as through volunteer work.
To develop its daily operations, its facilities and programming, the museum receives financial sponsorships and sponsorships in kind from individuals, institutions, and companies. For more information on how we use sponsorship and the museum’s business plan, you can contact us directly.
The museum, its building, its estate, as well as the historical collection, all come from donations. You, too, can also enrich the exhibition and advance the study of Ioannis Capodistrias by donating artefacts and documents that are related to him, his era, and his career. We would very much like to hear from you if you would like to discuss a possible donation.
The museum is always happy to meet friends who would appreciate and enjoy being part of our team for specific projects. If you would like to contribute with voluntary work, please contact the museum at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Capodistrias Museum – Center of Capodistrian Studies warmly thanks the institutions, companies and individuals who have contributed with their generous support, as well as those sponsors and donors who wish to remain anonymous.
The Hellenic Parliament
The John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation
The Prefecture of Corfu – Hellenic Ministry of Culture
The Association ‘Friends of the Capodistrias Museum’
The National Bank of Greece – National Mint
Infoware – SingularLogic
Eleni Gousti – Stambogli
Dionysios S. Dimoulitsas
The Reading Society of Corfu
Marilla Ventoura – Dantos
Antonis K. Kourkoumelis
Nikos K. Kourkoumelis
Michel Courcoumellis – Rodostamos
Alex Koskoros family
Konstantinos and Erasmia Panteliou
THE FRIENDS OF THE MUSEUM
The association of Friends of the Capodistrias Museum was founded in 2016, to contribute and support to the Capodistrias Museum. Through their activities, the Friends aim to inform and increase the awareness of the general public about Ioannis Capodistrias and provide the museum with financial assistance so that it can operate as an up to date museum and research centre.
Learn more about the Friends: https://friendsofthecapodistriasmuseum.gr/
Contact the Friends at email@example.com
PARTICIPATION IN EU CO-FUNDED PROGRAMMES
The research programme ‘Actions for the promotion and enrichment of the contents of the Capodistrias Museum: a) Digital display of the historical estate of the Capodistrias family b) Digital application entitled, ‘Ioannis Capodistrias, the Ionian Islands, and the Revolution of 1821’ was realised under the ‘Ionian Islands 2014-2020’ operational programme, with joint funding from Greece and the European Union.
The ‘Renewal and redesign of the Capodistrias Museum and its surroundings’ was realised under the LP Investment Plan of Axis 4 of the RDP 2007-2013, LEADER approach, which is supervised by the Development Enterprise of the Prefecture of the Ionian Islands and the Ministry of Rural Development and was jointly funded by Greece and the European Union.