Supporting Kettle's Yard
Every year we have to raise vital funds to support our diverse programme of activity. You can help Kettle's Yard most directly by making a donation, either as a one-off gift or as a regular contribution to the organisation.
supporting Kettleâ€™s Yard why we need your support? The funding we receive from the University of Cambridge and Arts Council England covers approximately 45% of our running costs. Every year “Kettle’s Yard is a place where artistic imagination flourishes and is celebrated. It is the medium through which a unique collection establishes the ground for new creation.” we must find the remaining 55% from a combination of fundraising and income we earn. We rely on the generosity of trusts, foundations, companies and many individuals to sustain and develop Kettle’s Yard for current and future generations. Visitors enjoy Andy Holden’s Chewy Cosmos Thingly Time exhibition Professor Jon Cook Kettle’s Yard a unique place for art, music, learning and research In creating Kettle’s Yard, Jim Ede championed excellence, innovation and ambition in the visual arts, as well as a love of classical music performed in a domestic setting. His vision has created a unique space that fuses art with life. For many it is a place that has the rare power of changing how we see the world and our place within it. In 1966 Jim gifted Kettle’s Yard to the University of Cambridge and from this original philanthropic donation we have continued to grow thanks to the generous support we have received from individuals, foundations and companies. Today we welcome over 70,000 visitors a year to enjoy our unique collection housed in Jim and Helen Ede’s original home, alongside our programme of exhibitions, music and learning. Jim Ede, founder of Kettle’s Yard, with Gaudier-Brzeska’s Bird swallowing fish cover: Henry Moore, Head, 1928 and Ben Nicholson, Abstract, 1941 where your support goes: By supporting Kettleâ€™s Yard you will directly contribute to: Conserving the collection, archive and our historic buildings. Pioneering exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, and concerts of classical and Welcoming and engaging diverse audiences through inventive education programmes and public Bridget Riley exhibition contemporary music. events. Innovative projects that make the collection and exhibitions more accessible and reach out to local Kettleâ€™s Yard cottages communities. Ede Circle The Ede Circle recognises those who give £500 and over in a year to Kettle’s Yard. The benefits of becoming an Ede Circle member are: Exclusive behind the scenes tours of VIP Invitations to all exhibition exhibitions and collections, at Kettle’s Yard openings and special events. Complimentary membership of the Friends of Kettle’s Yard and access to their associated events programme. Andrew Nairne, Director of Kettle’s Yard, talking to guests at the opening of the Katie Paterson exhibition and other regional and national galleries. and finally If you would like any further information on how to make a gift to Kettle’s Yard please contact: email@example.com telephone 01223 748100 “Kettle’s Yard is an invaluable visual resource for the university and town that combines a foundational collection made at the birth of British Modernism in Britain with an evolving programme of contemporary art. Kettle’s Yard is a necessary balance to the historical collections of the Fitzwilliam and a lively and living place to experience art.” Antony Gormley donation form Please complete in block capitals and return to: Kettle’s Yard, Castle Street, Cambridge, CB3 0AQ title & name address postcode email telephone I wish this donation to be treated as anonymous Please send me details on how to leave a gift in my will to Kettle’s Yard We can reclaim tax on ALL contributions, whether by cash, cheque, credit card or bankers order, if you are a tax-payer and if you are willing to make the declaration below. I confirm that I am a U.K. tax payer and would like Kettle’s Yard to treat any donations I make from now on as Gift Aid donations. I confirm that I have paid or will pay an amount of Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax for the current tax year (6 April to 5 April) that is at least equal to the amount of tax that all the charities that I donate to will reclaim on my gifts for the current tax year. I understand the charity will reclaim 25p of tax on every £1 that I have given. signed date about your data All information is securely held in the University Development and Alumni Relations Office and will be treated confidentially and with respect for the benefit of the University, its constituent parts and the Cambridge Colleges. donation form single donation I wish to make a donation of ÂŁ I enclose a cheque made payable to the University of Cambridge / or Please debit my Visa / Mastercard / Maestro / American Express / CAF card card no. security no. 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