Cotton Court, 30-42 Waring St
Belfast BT1 2ED
Enquiries: 028 9023 0660
Festival Box Office: 028 9024 3042
Young at Art currently fundraise over half a million pounds each year to ensure that as many young people in Northern Ireland can have access to the arts as possible. Some of this money is publicly funded and therefore are not secure from one year to the next. Find out about donations, becoming a patron, sponsor or partner
We are reliant on additional support from our audiences and the local business community in order to be able to continue to do what we do best - deliver a varied programme of high quality arts events for children and young people all year –round and delivering an annual international festival.
Your donations feed directly into the producing budget for our international festival and the extensive education & outreach programme that supports it.
Festival and project sponsors can benefit from a range of bespoke packages from title sponsor to event, accommodation or schools programme sponsor. All agreements will support business and promotional priorities, offer staff involvement, and particularly Corporate and Social Responsibility.
Many businesses provide valuable in-kind support in return for promotional benefits. Restaurants, hotels, print and design and transport companies have all supported Young at Art's work in the past.
Private donations have ranged from £20 to £2,500 and have been sent by individuals and businesses who believe in the importance of Young at Art's work. Donations can be directed towards a specific purpose or towards general charitable work. If your business or staff team have a nominated charity, consider Young at Art for your support. Click here to DONATE today.
Employers can provide staff support for the festival or for pro bono work as part of its commitment to volunteering and professional development.
The majority of people coming to the festival hear about it from friends and colleagues. Young at Art can provide email templates, copies of brochures, leaflets and posters to promote the festival in your workplace or amongst friends.