Get Involved

Share a story.

Do you or your relative have a first hand account of the convoys or Loch Ewe during the war years that you would like to share with us? Then we would love to feature your story on our website. Please feel free to contact with any proposed submissions to “Convoys Remembered”.*

Share a story - Jock Dempster
Share a story - Jimmy McHugh

Photos - Veterans Jock Dempster and Jimmy McHugh talk to local school children in Poolewe

*Please be aware that by submitting content to “Convoys Remembered” you assign the copyright to the Russian Arctic Convoy Museum, and give us permission to use the content beyond this site. For example, we may include it in storyboards at our Exhibition in Inverasdale, or we may use it for promotional purposes.

Contribute to the Oral History Programme.

RACM Oral History Programme

Give a video or audio interview about your experiences of the convoys.  We'll feature the podcasts or videos on our website or YouTube channel.  Find out more about the Programme here.

Donate or loan an item to our collection.

We have lots of items in our diverse collection, including clothing, photographs, artwork, ships' logs, medals, navigational instruments, original documents and models. If you have any items relating to the convoys that you would like to donate or loan to our collection, then please contact Elizabeth Miles at We'd be very interested to hear from you.

RACM Donation


Maybe you could spare a few hours to help us with some of our future events? If you're interested in volunteering (dressing up not compulsory) then please contact Bruce Hudson at

RACM Volunteers

Make a donation.

Help us build the Russian Arctic Convoy Museum by making a donation to our project. Click the button below to go to our JustGiving page.

Donate with JustGiving and PayPal

Fundraise for us.

Russian Arctic Convoy Museum donations tin

Have you been inspired to help the Russian Arctic Convoy Museum? Are you thinking about fundraising for us? You can fundraise on our behalf through JustGiving. Click here to find out how. Be sure to let us know about your fundraising efforts so we can spread the word.

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If you ever buy groceries online or buy products from amazon, John Lewis, B&Q, Body Shop or countless other stores registered with ‘Give as You Live’, then you could help to raise even more money for the museum. Watch this short clip to see how:

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Spread the word.

Please tell your friends, relatives, colleagues, or followers about us. By reaching more people we increase our chances of preserving the memories of the convoy veterans before they are lost forever. We can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, and JustGiving so please help us reach a wider audience by sharing our posts and tweeting about our events.

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