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  • Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB)

    London, England

    The SPAB was founded by William Morris in 1877 to campaign against threats to historic buildings.

  • Actors’ Benevolent Fund

    London, England

    The Actors' Benevolent Fund was founded in 1882 by Sir Henry Irving and a group of his friends as a national charity to care for actors and actresses.

  • Actors’ Children’s Trust, The

    London, England

    The Actors' Children's Trust (TACT) is a long-established charity which helps actors' children during family crisis or long-term illness.

  • Awards for Young Musicians

    Bristol, England

    Musical talent is everywhere but opportunity isn’t: family finances and other obstacles too often get in the way.

  • British Academy, The

    London, England

    The British Academy, established by Royal Charter in 1902, is the UK's national academy for the humanities and social sciences.

  • British Film Institute (BFI)

    London, England

    The British Film Institute (BFI) is the UK’s lead organisation for film, television and the moving image.

  • British Library, The

    London, England

    The British Library is the world's greatest library, holding more than 150 million items from every age and every culture.

  • British Museum, The

    London, England

    Ever since 1753 when Sir Hans Sloane's Will triggered the foundation of the British Museum, legacies have expanded and enriched the Museum's collection.

  • Dance Professionals Fund (working name of the Royal Ballet Benevolent Fund)

    Brighton, England

    Following the merger of the Royal Ballet Benevolent Fund and the Dance Teachers Benevolent Fund, we are now known as the Dance Professionals Fund.

  • English Heritage Trust, The

    London, England

    English Heritage is proud to care for the national collection of historic places and the treasures they contain.

  • English Touring Opera

    London, England

    ETO believe that opera is for everyone. Each year, we bring live opera to more of the UK than any other company.

  • Friends of the Britannia Panopticon Music Hall Trust (SCIO)

    Glasgow, Scotland

    We manage the Category A listed Britannia Panopticon Music Hall in the heart of the historic Merchant City of Glasgow in Scotland.

  • Granada Foundation, The

    Chester, England

    The Granada Foundation seeks to fund imaginative projects which encourage the study and appreciation of the fine arts and sciences.

  • Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, The

    Telford, England

    Founded in 1967, Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust Limited is a registered charity with the twin aims of education and heritage conservation.

  • National Churches Trust (formerly Historic Churches Preservation Trust)

    London, England

    By leaving a gift in your will to the National Churches Trust you can help us restore churches in every sense of the word.

  • National Theatre

    London, England

    The National Theatre not only produces world-class theatre on its stages, but works extensively behind the scenes to nurture new talent.

  • National Youth Jazz Orchestra

    London, England

    Miles, Monk, Parker, Mingus, Coltrane – they all left great jazz legacies. Could you also leave a legacy to jazz?

  • Opera Holland Park

    London, England

    Opera Holland Park is an independent charity committed to bringing the power of opera to the widest possible audience.

  • Philharmonia Orchestra

    London, England

    The Philharmonia Orchestra is one of the world's great orchestras, acknowledged as the UK's foremost musical pioneer.

  • Rambert

    London, England

    Rambert is Britain's oldest dance company, founded in 1926 by Dame Marie Rambert, a Polish-Jewish émigré who worked with Diaghilev and Stravinsky.

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