Sponsors

Sponsors wanted!

What would a museum be without its exhibits? There are 1.2 million “contemporary witnesses” from across the world that bring history to life in the Übersee-Museum and succeed in making great distances vanish, in addition to elucidating the cultural or natural history coherences and allowing visitors to expand their knowledge. Yet preserving these for posterity is by no means simple. Restoration or taxidermy requires a high degree of expertise as well as the appropriate equipment.

Therefore, with the slogan “Museums need Friends – Exhibits need Sponsors”, the Übersee-Museum is in search of people who would like to become involved in providing financial assistance aimed at preserving and maintaining individual exhibits. By doing so, the museum is supported in satisfying its educational mandate, in addition to being preserved as a place for lifelong learning as well as intercultural encounters. Sponsorships in value of 50 to 10,000 euros can be pledged. We would be happy to provide individual consultation regarding the different sponsorship possibilities.

Benefits for “sponsor parents”:

  • Sponsor’s name is mentiones in the foyer
  • A photo and a brief description of the “sponsor child” is sent to the “sponsor parent”
  • With a sponsorship amount of €10,000 or more, the usage right to publish in company-own media Charitable donation certificate
  • Donation certificate
Goldene Skulptur eines sitzenden Mannes, sein Blick schweift in die Ferne nach rechts.

Lieblingsschüler des Buddha Shariputra. Herkunft Myanmar | CC BY-SA 4.0 Übersee-Museum Bremen, Foto: Matthias Haase

Unrestaurierte sitzende Portraitfigur eines Abtes auf einem ausgeschmückten Sitzmöbel.

Portraitfigur eines zenbuddhistischen Abtes. Herkunft Japan | CC BY-SA 4.0 Übersee-Museum Bremen, Foto: Volker Beinhorn

Nicht restaurierte Statue des Bodhisattva Guanyin aus Holz.

Nicht restaurierte Statue des Bodhisattva Guanyin. Herkunft China | CC BY-SA 4.0 Übersee-Museum Bremen, Foto: Volker Beinhorn

Objekt eines liegenden Buddah der nicht restauriertert ist.

Figur des historischen Buddhas Śākyamuni. Herkunft Thailand | CC BY-SA 4.0 Übersee-Museum Bremen, Foto: Volker Beinhorn

Silberfarbende Skulptur die an eine Etagere erinnert und mit goldenen Elementen verziert ist.

Opferteller mit acht Glückssymbolen verziert. Herkunft Tibet | | CC BY-SA 4.0 Übersee-Museum Bremen, Foto: Matthias Haase