Friends of the
Intelligence Corps Museum
The Friends of the Intelligence Corps Museum (FICM) support the Intelligence Corps Museum by fostering interest in its activities and assisting with its development. FICM also supports the museum through fundraising, using funds to provide equipment for the exhibition rooms and Corps Archive. FICM trustees complement museum support sustaining a spirit of camaraderie amongst the trust’s members.
Our trust deed includes three formal objectives:
- To support the history and heritage of the Intelligence Corps.
- To raise funds for the benefit of the Intelligence Corps Museum.
- To promote awareness of and interest in the museum’s development.
The trust and its activities are managed by a board of trustees who are all volunteers.
Membership is open to serving and former Corps personnel, and members of the public who have an interest in the history of intelligence gathering.
Membership is open to all.
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