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Trusts & Foundations


Making our partnerships possible

We have been fortunate enough to build relationships with a wide range of trusts and foundations that share our vision as a music making organisation and educator.

Support from trusts and foundations has enabled us to work in partnership with disadvantaged communities and introduce classical music, composition and performance to 100s of young people throughout the region. This income is incredibly important as it enables us to continue to be flexible, develop new programmes and respond quickly to community needs.

We continue to build on our network of partners and without their support many of our education projects would not be possible.

Special thanks go to our supporters
Arts Council England
Derby City Council
Derbyshire County Council
Lincolnshire County Council
Orchestras Live
Rolls-Royce plc

Trusts and Foundations
Angus Allnatt Charitable Foundation
Aurelius Charitable Trust 
The Bergne-Coupland Charity
Children in Need
D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust
Foyle Foundation
Freemasons of Derby Grassroots Fund
Garfield Weston Foundation 
Heritage Lottery Fund
Jessie Spencer Trust
JR Halkes Settlement
Lincolnshire Armed Forces Community Covenant
Magna Carta 800th Committee
Royal Philharmonic Society and PRS for Music Foundation
Santander
Southern Derbyshire Learning Fund
The Ernest Book Trust
The John Ellerman Foundation
The National Forest Company
The Prince of Wales Charitable Foundation
The Thomas Farr Charity
The Wallbrook Fund
The Waynflete Charitable Trust
Tom Carey Fund

Maestro Members
Brian King, Peter Steer, Robin Wood

Please contact Simone Lennox-Gordon on 01332 207566by email or write to Simone Lennox-Gordon, Head of Development, Sinfonia Viva, Unit 11, Robinson Industrial Estate, Shaftesbury Street, Derby DE23 8NL if you have any contact details or information about grants and trusts that you feel may be helpful to us or in you are involved with a Trust that may support the work of Sinfonia Viva.

Thank you for your support

Photo credit Robert Day