A programme encouraging an innovative and effective approach to arts fundraising, through training, fellowships and skills development
We want art and culture organisations to be resilient and sustainable. Our aim is for them to become more adaptable to all elements of the external world, including economic conditions and a changing environment.
In response to changing economic conditions and cuts to public funding, we want to encourage and enable more private giving to our funded organisations. We are helping them build their fundraising capacity, by supporting them to forge new partnerships and explore alternative sources of non-grant income.
We are also committed to embracing environmental sustainability and reducing our carbon footprint, both within the Arts Council and the organisations we fund.
A fund helping organisations to attract more private giving
We work in partnership with Julie’s Bicycle to help our National Portfolio Organisations and Major Partner Museums reduce their carbon footprint.
Find out how the Government Procurement Service can help art and culture become more sustainable
Art and culture organisations are acting to inspire change in the world around them. Find out how you can too.
Environmental sustainability is now embedded within the funding agreements of all our major programmes
Recent resilience news, blogs and case studies
Ross Burnett looks at the way the Arts Impact Fund is bringing new opportunities to arts organisations
Clare Titley on how we can make the most of what we’ve got when it comes to fundraising
Take a look at our blog on continuing international collaboration following the triggering of Article 50.
A new report into private philanthropy, donations from trusts and foundations and sponsorship in the arts and culture sector.
140 projects will collectively receive a total of £17.5 million investment to help attract more private giving
In partnership with LGA, we’ve developed a hub for local authorities to share best practice when planning cultural services in their area.