Support the Lilburn residence

The generosity of our donors and funders helps the Lilburn Residence Trust ensure this historic house in Thorndon is well-maintained and continues to make a valuable contribution to New Zealand's cultural life. You can help us by making a tax-deductible donation to the Trust.

Your donation can help

Donate by credit card:

The Lilburn Residence Trust can now accept credit card payments using the following link:

Donate by direct credit:

Please make your donation to the Lilburn Residence Trust bank account:

Bank: Kiwibank
Account name: Lilburn Residence Trust
Account number: 38 9012 0839832 00

Please email your name and address so we can send a receipt.

Acknowledging your donation

The Lilburn Residence Trust is a charitable trust registered under the Charitites Act 2005 (CC11020) and has been granted donee status by Inland Revenue. All donations of $5 or more are tax deductible. We will send you a receipt for your donation.

Events at the house include garden parties and concerts.

From time to time we also acknowledge our donors by inviting them to our events.

Other ways to support us

Buy and listen to music by Douglas Lilburn and other New Zealand composers. The SOUNZ website is a great place to explore music by New Zealand composers.

From time to time, we undertake special projects to assist our fundraising. You could buy the book we have published of Lilburn's two talks, A Search for Tradition & A Search for a Language. This makes a wonderful gift for anyone interested in art, music or New Zealand culture. Find out more and order.

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Our funders

Wellington City Council logoThe Lilburn Residence Trust is extremely grateful to receive annual funding from Wellington City Council which contributes towards the cost of rates and insurance. We have also received special project funding from: New Zealand Lottery Grants Board Environment and Heritage Fund, the New Zealand Community Trust, Wellington City Council Built Heritage Incentive Fund, the Lilburn Trust and the Stout Trust. In 2014 we received a grant from the Lottery Grants Board to develop a conservation plan for the house.