Rolls-Royce Foundation

Hosted by: Rolls Royce Owners Club


Ongoing Opportunity


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About Rolls-Royce Foundation


The Rolls-Royce Foundation is an independent, non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the heritage of Rolls-Royce and Bentley Motorcars. Our museum includes cars from across the line of Rolls-Royce and Bentley models, and a selection of related materials in changing displays. An extensive library holds books, technical manuals, handbooks, sales literature and periodicals,as well as historic documents that document individual chassis. The library is available to researchers and browsers, but the materials do not circulate. The Foundation is open to the public, free of charge, Monday - Friday from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM EST.

We need volunteers to help with:

  • Donate Your Car
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    Any make car is accepted for historical study and fund raising activities. It secures the future of our hobby, honors you and you can be assured you car will have a good home. Of course, Roll-Royce and Bentley cars, literature and parts collections receive special attention. Literature is added to the Research Library, Parts are used to maintain the Museum cars with extras sold to help other owners. Cars are regularly maintained and driven to parades and meets as well as displayed in the Museum. In addition to the tax benefits of a charitable donation, donors of cars are awarded Benefactor status including lifetime membership. In addition, RRF will pick up a donated car at your home. Cars displayed in the educational Museum have plaques attached listing the name of the donor and a short bio. RRF’s Educational Museum is home to the largest collection of Rolls-Royce and Bentley motor cars open to free public display in the country. It contains many rare & unusual cars – each with a story.
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  • Adopt A Car
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    An exciting new joint RROC-RRF program has been developed called "Adopt a Car". By "adopting" a car a member would pledge to cover certain expenses for replacement parts, supplies, materials, or any contracted labor associated with a particular deficiency as identified by the RRF on the vehicle choice. For each vehicle we will develop a list of the necessary tasks and any member may select those they wish to financially support. A vehicle may be "adopted" by more than one member. The adoption arrangements will become part of the vehicle's permanent service records while under the ownership of the RRF. Special recognition of these participants may be featured in the form of "Adoption Announcements" in the Flying Lady and on a specially designated plaque displayed in the museum, unless anonymity is requested. Adopters will also be entitled to discounted or free admission to one RRF Technical Seminar within a year of making a contribution. In addition, a "birth certificate" based on the vehicle's chassis card information will be provided to the adopting member.

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