The Objects of the Foundation (cont....)
 

  • Establishing, providing and maintaining a library containing books, manuscripts, records, photographs, films, microfilms, sound recordings, computer discs and other material howsoever stored connected with the science of mechanical engineering;

  • Establishing, providing and maintaining a museum for the preservation and exhibition of objects illustrating or connected with the science of mechanical engineering;

  • Allowing the public reasonable access to any material in the Trustees' hands and to provide copies of such material;

  • Lending material to any library, museum, university or other educational establishment or any bona fide researcher;

  • Providing workshops and other facilities for research and study connected with the science of mechanical engineering;

  • Providing grants, loans, scholarships and other forms of financial assistance for courses connected with the study of mechanical engineering;

  • Collecting and publishing or procuring the publications of the results of any research or study or of any other information in any way connected with these Charitable Objects;

  • Promoting and organising conferences, meeting, seminars, lectures, exhibitions, open days, displays and like projects;

  • Using any property held by the Trustees to provide such accommodation as may be necessary or convenient for the attainment of the Charitable Objects including accommodation for individuals, groups and organisations;

  • Establishing, promoting, amalgamating or federating with or subsidising or otherwise assisting financially any trust, institution, foundation or other organisation having aims and objects similar to those of the Foundation;

  • Exchanging information and ideas with and advising, seeking advice from and co-operating generally with entities established within or outside Australia having aims and objects similar to those of the Foundation;

  • Undertaking charitable trusts with objects similar to or in any way connected with the aims and objects of the Foundation; and,

  • Doing such other lawful things as are necessary for the attainment of the Charitable Objects.
     

The Foundation is administered and supported by volunteers, some of whom are pictured below, and the Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club of Australia

SHRF Volunteers
SHRF Volunteers

Archive volunteers (l-r) David MacArthur, Gilbert Ralph, David Kenway, Richard Knight and Bryan Harper.

SHRF Volunteers
SHRF Volunteers

John Reis from our Archive Team.

SHRF Volunteers
SHRF Volunteers

Richard Roberts and Evelyn Shepherd during their visit to the Archive.

SHRF Volunteers
SHRF Volunteers

Archive volunteers (l-r) David MacArthur, Gilbert Ralph, David Kenway, Richard Knight and Bryan Harper.

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