We have three opportunities for a lasting memorial at 30 Euston Square.
Name an auditorium seat
Following the success of the RCGP Foundation Wall, we are pleased to offer another unique naming opportunity. For a minimum donation of £1,000 you can add your practice name to one of a limited number of auditorium seats.
Your practice will enjoy the benefits of:
- a personalised plaque engraved with your chosen words affixed to the seat of your choice (up to 42 characters)
- a commemorative certificate
- an invitation for up to four staff members to attend a celebration event where you can meet our Officers, see your seat and have a tour of 30 Euston Square
- your support acknowledged in the next new member ceremony booklet
- your practice name displayed on a recognition board at 30 Euston Square.
This is your chance to contribute to the success of the College whilst leaving a lasting tribute to your practice in a high profile space.
To make a donation today contact email@example.com or call 020 3188 7502.
Name a room
More than a dozen members and faculties have named rooms at our 30 Euston Square headquarters. A wide range of rooms are still waiting to be named so why not show your commitment to general practice with a public commemoration?
Rooms still available to name include:
- 42 clinical assessment rooms
- 6 meeting rooms
- Members' Lounge
- 2 state rooms (top floor)
- 3 examination centres
To name a room requires a minimum donation of £5,000 and gifts can be spread over up to four years. For meeting rooms, donors are also able to choose artwork for the walls.
We will be happy to give you a tour of 30 Euston Square so you can see available rooms in person before you make your donation.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3188 7502 if you would like to discuss this opportunity further or organise a tour of the building.
Blue plaques and exhibitions
RCGP blue plaques
The RCGP blue plaque scheme commemorates the link between a notable GP in history, or an influential person in general practice, and the building which they lived or practiced in. It is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of a person who has been previously overlooked and raise awareness of the great work they did for their patients or general practice.
We believe our blue plaques will provide inspiration to current GPs and intrigue members of the public who see them. Our blue plaque scheme will bring to life their story, making it more widely remembered and creating a greater understanding and appreciation of general practice.
We currently have RCGP blue plaques commemorating Dr RMS McConaghey OBE in Devon, Dr Fraser Rose in Lancashire and our latest plaque is commemorating Dr AJ Cronin in London.
Would you like to commemorate a GP by sponsoring a blue plaque for them? Has someone made a difference to general practice and you would like them recognised? If so, please get in touch!
Please contact email@example.com or call 020 3188 7502 if you would like to discuss this opportunity further.
Our current exhibition is called ‘The Progress of Practice’ and is the first time we have displayed items from our heritage collection since the College’s foundation in 1952. The exhibition celebrates generalism and the versatility of general practitioners over time. The items show the enormous changes and progress of practice, featuring the history of prescribing, surgery and midwifery alongside several displays focussing on distinguished GPs.
Do you have an interest in sponsoring or guest-curating a display case or exhibition? We are eager to display even more of our collection in our public spaces at 30 Euston Square so that others can appreciate their historical significance and importance in general practice.
Your sponsorship could make this happen. To discuss this opportunity please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3188 7502.
We are also keen to develop our heritage collection further, so if you have personal papers, special collections or museum objects that you want to donate to the College’s archive collection, we would very much like to hear from you. Why not get in touch with our Archivist, Sharon Messenger, on email@example.com to find out more.