Not quite as convenient as Paypal, but not bad.
There is a link on the Bletchley Park site to make donations at cafonline.org. Due to some rather painful lack of web skills on the part of cafonline, you have to actually do a search for Bletchley Park.
I am really hopeful anyone reading this will make a donation, even of just $5. Anyone using a computer benefited from BP. Anyone using encryption is standing on the shoulders of these giants.
Hell, anyone not living under Nazi rule owes a debt to Bletchley Park.
Make a donation *and* write a letter.
The below is ganked from
Bletchley Park is a place of vital importance both to world history and
to the development of the computer. During WWII, thousands of people
worked around the clock to decipher German and Japanese codes. Their
efforts led to significant advances in the field of computing, saved
countless lives and were integral to the Allied victory, by some
estimates shortening the war by as much as two years.
Today, the museum at Bletchley Park is in dire need of funding. Historic
buildings are crumbling and need restoration. Despite its historical
importance it receives no ongoing public funding and is urgently seeking
We owe it to both ourselves and to the men and women who served there to
preserve Bletchley Park for our generation and the next, as computer
users, citizens of the free world and simply as human beings.
To companies/charitable organizations:
I urge you to show your support and gratitude to the heroes of Bletchley
Park by considering a donation on behalf of your [company /
To the British government:
I urge you to take action to protect this important piece of British and
world heritage by funding the Bletchley Park Trust.
To news outlets:
As someone who cares about our history and heritage, this issue concerns
me and I am certain it will concern others as well. I urge you to cover
this story so that it receives the attention it deserves.
[Your Name Here]