Paul Hamlyn Foundation: Arts Fund

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation has an ambition is to support a portfolio of organisations who represent this change to develop, learn from each other and (further) explore the potential of art for personal, cultural and social transformation. By supporting cultural organisations, they want to:

  • build capacity and resources for culture within historically underfunded communities.
  • explore the role that artists can play in addressing issues of social justice.
  • create the infrastructure for a more equitable cultural sector.

This fund is focused on supporting organisations to become more sustainable and to deepen the impact of the work. This can include support for specific posts, skills development, underpinning of the strategy or business model and for project delivery which is central to your organisation’s mission and vision.

£90,000 – £300,000. Cultural organisations.

Deadline – 31st May 2024

Find out more about the Arts Fund



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