War Years Remembered, an independent museum in Northern Ireland, faces permanent closure unless it can find a new home.
The museum has fundraised more than £29,000 of its £50,000 target but still expects to have to leave its Ballyclare site.
It houses wartime artefacts, supports researchers, authors and documentarians, and aids community projects to address dementia and mental health.
As an unaccredited museum, War Years Remembered has been ineligible for much emergency funding over the past year. It lost all its annual income due to the lockdowns.
Its website says: "Our long-term goal for War Years Remembered is to find a permanent home and seek accredited museum status. Our dream is to become a major attraction that will provide an enjoyable, interesting and educational experience to all who visit."