We are supported by public funders who are equally seeking to ensure that the cultural and artistic contributions of migrants and refugees are recognised within British arts, history and culture.

Arts Council England

As one of their 'national portfolio' organisations, we receive support from ACE towards our overall artistic programme and organisational development.

Unbound Philanthropy

As one of our founding funders, UP have been providing us with precious core funding, advice and links to other funders. Most recently they have supported our fledgling Pop Culture strand.

Ben and Jerry's Foundation

Our ongoing collaboration with B&J Foundation has recently resulted in a grant towards supporting Refugee Week Leadership Project and enhancing our comms work.

Metropolitan Foundation

Supporting our neighbourhood programmes, Everyday on Canalside and Everyday in Clapham.

Paul Hamlyn Foundation

Through their Test and Explore Programme, PHF has most recently enabled us to develop 10 art commissions in a range of places across England.

AB Charitable Trust

One of our new supporters, AB Trust provides precious funding towards our overall annual programme and organisational developments.

PRS Foundation

Supporting our music programming in 2019, including live performances by artists in our network and working with young people using hip hop.

Sam and Bella Sebba Charitable Trust

Supporting the general running costs of Platforma, our network of refugee and migrant artists.

Comic Relief

Funding as part of their Across Borders programme