ARTCRY is a fund for artists making work in the public realm in response to social and political events. We need your help to keep this fund going.
Please consider donating to ARTCRY today.
We started ARTCRY with a modest fund and it needs constant replenishment. We need your help to make ARTCRY a sustainable resource for artists and activists. It is needed now more than ever.
100% of your donation will go directly to an artist grant and make sure ARTCRY can be an ongoing, deadline free source of funding.
We raise every penny we grant from donations from generous individuals, other funders and organisations who donate. All donations of any size are gratefully received and we will keep you up to speed with our grantees activity and the difference your money is making.
We are now LAUNCHING two funding circles! People are coming together to keep ARTCRY going. We hope that you will join them if you are able.
The Beams > £500 a year (£42 per month)
To say thank you and keep you connected to the work you are helping to make happen you will get access to our monthly podcast It's An ARTCRY to hear directly from the artists we support and other activists and artists working to make change.
The Cornerstones > £2,500 a year (£210 per month)
Funding one full grant per year. To say thank you the Cornerstones will also be invited to an annual event with ARTCRY artists, advocates, panel members and directors.
If you would like to get in touch about supporting or getting involved in ARTCRY, or just want to hear a bit more, then please contact Kathryn Bilyard, Director on email@example.com.
Together we can make a difference.
ARTCRY's funding comes mainly from donations from individuals and funders helping us to make this happen. THANK YOU to everyone who has supported ARTCRY.
Special and enormous thanks to Lord and Lady Mitchell for laying the cornerstone with our very first offer of support. It is no exaggeration to say that without your guidance, enthusiasm, and willingness to get on board at such an early stage (before the fund even had a name) we would never have got this far.
Cornerstone Supporters: Lord and Lady Mitchell, Angela Bernstein, Funding for Social Change Ltd and anonymous
The Beams: Rosalind Riley, Kieran Hebden, Pollination Project
THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH.